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Leveraging Local Resources: Promising Practices for Dropout Prevention and Recovery in Rural Districts
Web-based Event
November 29, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   (Eastern)
The American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) will present a webinar, “Leveraging Local Resources: Promising Practices for Dropout prevention and Recovery in Rural Districts.” Many efforts to address the dropout crisis have focused on large, urban schools, but a national effort to reduce the number of drop-outs requires attention to all communities, including rural communities and should build upon resources and capacities which already exist within the community. The webinar will explore the use of state data systems for the development and implementation of early warning systems in Sussex County VA, and will describe the Communities In Schools model that has been implemented in the Greater Central Texas region.

State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
Conference
November 29, 2012 - November 30, 2012
Fairfax, VA
The 2012 State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities will be held at George Mason University’s Fairfax, VA campus. Conference themes include: (Day 1) Leadership and Sustainability, Promoting Systemic Change, Program Development and Evaluation, Transition to College; and (Day 2) Research and Evaluation, Academic, Social and Independent Living, and Employment.

Aligning & Strengthening Coalitions, Commissions & Intermediaries
Web-based Event
November 27, 2012
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM   (Eastern)
Most communities already have lots of partnerships in place, each with its own websites, memorandums of understanding, etc. These partnerships can be an enormous asset in meetings the needs of the whole child and the whole community – IF they are organized into a coherent arrangement. This webinar from the Forum for Youth Investment will explore one tool for gathering information about these various groups and using the information to advance community efforts.

Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration
Web-based Event
November 15, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM   (Eastern)
The “Staying the Course: Sustainability of Dropout Prevention Efforts in a Large Urban School District: Teaming, Action Planning, Implementation, Evaluation, and Celebration” webinar will discuss the training and technical assistance provided to schools using the Dropout Prevention Intervention Framework of the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities (NDPC-SD). Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the fourth largest school district in the nation, for the past six years, has collaborated with NDPC-SD in working to decrease the dropout rate for students with disabilities. M-DCPS’s key strategies and protocols for developing and implementing action plans based on data analysis, monitoring and evaluating progress, and celebrating student and school successes will be examined.

The Impact of the Apology on Communication and Negotiation
Web-based Event
November 14, 2012
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM   (Pacific)
CADRE will host a free webinar, “The Impact of the Apology on Communication and Negotiation,” with guest presenter Nina Meierding, a national leader in the field of conflict resolution, and the mediation partner for the Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System (WSEMS). The webinar will explore the many types of apologies (including full, partial, rapport, ritual, and transactional) as well as the effect of timing, delivery, emotionality and sincerity. A more complete understanding of the intricacies of an apology helps in seeking a greater level of resolution and closure in communications and negotiation by giving and receiving apologies in a way that is more mindful and aware.

Beyond the Numbers: Data Use for Continuous Improvement of Programs Serving Disconnected Youth (Capitol Hill Forum)
Web-based Event
November 7, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM   (Eastern)
The American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) will present a Forum/Webinar for the release of their report, “Beyond the Numbers: Data Use for Continuous Improvement of Programs Serving Disconnected Youth.” AYPF has been conducting in-depth studies to examine how three high-achieving youth-serving programs, Diploma Plus Network, Our Piece of the Pie, and Roca, use data as a tool for continuous program improvement and ongoing accountability.

“I am more than a diagnosis!”: The Impact of Personal Identity on Health Care Transitions for Young Adults with Special Health Care Needs
Web-based Event
November 7, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   (Eastern)
The “I am more than a diagnosis!” webinar will review research on identity development and its impact on health promoting behaviors and positive mental health. A panel of young adults with various health care needs will respond and share their current strategies coping with challenges as they move toward adulthood.

Reaching Students with Special Needs Through E-Learning
Web-based Event
November 6, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   (Eastern)
Students with special learning needs often benefit from personalized instruction. More virtual education opportunities are now available to help meet the academic needs of children with cognitive or physical disabilities, those learning English, gifted and talented students, and those at risk of academic failure. This webinar on “Reaching Students with Special Needs Through E-Learning” explains how educators are balancing virtual learning with the need for face-to-face instruction for these groups of students; and discusses challenges for serving students with disabilities through online learning and which digital tools best meet the “Good for Autism” criteria.

International Bullying Prevention Conference
Conference
November 4, 2012 - November 6, 2012
Kansas City, KS
The International Bullying Prevention Association’s annual conference will be held November 4-6th in Kansas City. More than 50 sessions are scheduled, bringing together experts from across the US to offer ideas, research, and networking opportunities in an effort to stop bullying. Topics address bullying prevention from pre-K through university settings.

Self-Determination, UDL, Access to the General Education Curriculum, and the Third Generation of the Inclusion Movement
Web-based Event
October 30, 2012
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM   (Eastern)
“Self-Determination, UDL, Access to the General Education Curriculum, and the Third Generation of the Inclusion Movement” is a Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) webinar on practices within special education that will be needed to keep the momentum from the past quarter century moving. It will introduce a model for educational planning incorporating strategies to provide all students with access to the general education curriculum and addressing students’ unique educational needs, and will examine the role of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), self-determination, and student-directed learning in ensuring access to the general education curriculum and high quality educational outcomes for all students. Registrants can download a recording of the webinar afterward, and the recordings may be stored on a computer and replayed at any time; as copyrighted products, however, they are not to be posted on networked systems or Web sites.

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