Other National Events Listed in Past Issues
Alternatives to Traditional School Discipline: The Multi-Tiered Behavioral Health Prevention Framework
January 23, 2013
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (Eastern)
The “Alternatives to Traditional School Discipline: The Multi-Tiered Behavioral Health Prevention Framework” webinar will examine how using discretionary discipline practices focused on prevention and early intervention can transform schools into supportive learning environments for all students. Presenters will describe the multi-tiered behavioral health prevention framework and share examples of how schools and secure care facilities apply the framework to create more supportive discipline policies and practices.
Preparing for what? Employment and Community Participation
January 22, 2013
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Eastern)
“Preparing for what? Employment and Community Participation,” the second in a series of six “Think College!” webinars, will discuss factors related to job outcomes for students with intellectual disabilities who are attending postsecondary education (PSE) programs; present a case study of a program that addressed these issues and improved their employment outcomes; and discuss strategies for developing meaningful work and community-based participation during PSE experiences that lead to long-term careers and active community life and how to partner with and access post-school services and resources to help these young adults be active, working community citizens.
Check & Connect Overview Webinar
January 15, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Central)
This Overview Webinar is an introduction to the components, elements, and implementation of Check & Connect, a comprehensive intervention designed to enhance student engagement at school and with learning for marginalized, disengaged students in grades K-12. The webinar will present the basics of Check & Connect and highlight the importance of keeping students engaged in order to prevent truancy and dropout, with time provided for participants to ask questions regarding Check & Connect and its implementation. Cost: $30/registered computer (multiple people can be included at one computer). Registration period: December 4, 2012-January 4, 2013.
CADRE’s Exemplary Practices Symposium on Conflict Coaching: Its Value in Special Education Dispute Resolution
January 9, 2013
2:30 PM - 3:45 PM (Eastern)
The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) will host a free webinar. Conflict coaching is a one-on-one process that helps someone in conflict gain a better understanding of the conflict and how s/he may manage conflict constructively. Conflict coaching is increasingly used in workplace and community conflicts, and this session explores how it may help parents, educators, and special education dispute resolution professionals work through conflicts.
Conflict Coaching: Its Value in Special Education Dispute Resolution
January 9, 2013
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM (Pacific)
The Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) will host a free webinar on conflict coaching, a one-on-one process that helps someone in conflict gain a better understanding of the conflict and how to manage conflict constructively. The session explores this process, increasingly used in workplace and community conflicts, and how it may help parents, educators and special education dispute resolution professionals work through conflicts.
Legislation, Advocacy, and Systems Change
December 12, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Eastern)
“Legislation, Advocacy, and Systems Change,” the first in a series of six “Think College!” webinars, will review important legislative and policy changes that have directly and indirectly affected postsecondary education for students with intellectual disabilities. A wide variety of federal legislation and policies can be used to support the development and growth of PSE options. The Higher Education Opportunity Act, SSA Work Incentives, DD Act of 2000, and many other initiatives will be discussed.
National Disability Inclusion Leadership Development Institute
December 10, 2012 - December 11, 2012
The National Disability Inclusion Leadership Development Institute, sponsored by the National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP), is designed to meet the needs both of experienced leaders in the national service field seeking state of the art approaches and new leaders seeking to implement disability inclusion capacity building. It will offer skills training and information on training resources and peer networks for providing research-based training on effective practices in disability inclusion.
Beyond School Improvement: Partnering to Strengthen Educational Opportunities for Urban Children and Youth
December 6, 2012
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (Central)
Urban students and their families find that students’ community experiences affect whether and how much they can benefit from educational services, and this awareness often leads to a call for partnerships of schools, community institutions, and public agencies to respond to the diverse, often extensive, academic and nonacademic needs of students and to provide them with supportive environments in which they can learn and thrive. Such cross-sector and cross-institutional arrangements require focused attention from policymakers, administrators, and researchers to accomplish their goals. The forum will discuss why and how partners engage and work with each other, what structures and supports are required for these often complex relationships, and what the opportunities and challenges are in evaluating these efforts; and will examine partnerships initiated and supported by a public agency (the police department) and a major community institution (a university).
Moving from Awareness to Action in Bullying Prevention: Training Resources for the Field
December 5, 2012
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Eastern)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will present “Moving from Awareness to Action in Bullying Prevention: Training Resources for the Field.” During this Webcast, presenters will discuss how communities can use HRSA’s “Bullying Prevention Training Module” and “Community Action Toolkit” in the fight against bullying.
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December 4, 2012
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM (Eastern)
“Raising All Boats: High Performing Districts in California,” a webinar, from SchoolsMovingUp, an on-line WestEd initiative, will discuss what makes a district high performing and able to “raise all boats” (i.e., performing well both overall and with most schools and most student subgroups). Two district superintendents will share the steps they took.
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