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This webinar shows early educators how to use behavior expectations and rules as a powerful strategy for strengthening young children’s social-emotional skills, which will lead to fewer behavior challenges down the line. You’ll learn how to establish program-wide expectations and link them to your teaching of classroom rules, while making families an integral part of the process.
How can families and professionals evaluate and use online information about autism spectrum disorder (ASD)? Get expert insights in this coffee chat with Rebecca J. McCauley, coeditor of the new edition of Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr. McCauley will provide a valuable overview of several reliable online sources where families and professionals can obtain information about the latest research and clinical developments related to topics in ASD. She’ll also offer practical suggestions on how to judge the relative quality of different websites providing this information.
Read the excerpt and learn about issues related to the creation of collaborative relationships with families, team members, and other professionals. Topics covered include: the importance of family–professional collaboration, the family-centered approach and family systems theory, team models in early intervention, strategies for effective collaboration, and best practice highlights.
Led by a renowned school crisis expert and a family therapist, this coffee chat will offer practical advice for all school professionals on how to support grieving students and make sure that your school’s practices—and your approach with students—are grief-sensitive.
Read the Unstuck & On Target!, Second Edition foreword by John Elder Robison.
This chart describes the features, purpose, and examples of low and no-tech assistive technology tools for use with young children with disabilities. Types of tools include communication books and activity boards.
Crosswalk for the Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System (AEPS) for Infants and Children, SECOND EDITION
Consult this crosswalk to learn how Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System (AEPS) for Infants and Children, Second Edition (Level I and Level II) can be used in alignment with OSEP Child Outcomes.
What do we know, what have we learned, and where do we go from here to help CLD families and youth with disabilities in the transition process?
Read the excerpt and discover what steps can be taken to help transitioning culturally and linguistically diverse (CDL) families and youth with disabilities.
Supporting Stressed Students During COVID-19: Noticing and Meeting Children’s Needs As Schools Reopen
As schools reopen, what feelings and needs should educators prepare to notice and address in their students as a result of these stressors? And how can educators work together to respond to students in ways that help everyone feel safe and ready to learn? Get practical answers in this webinar from experienced educator and trauma expert Jen Alexander, author of the bestselling book Building Trauma-Sensitive Schoolsand the timely new ebook Supporting Students and Staff After COVID-19.