Framework for Access and Belonging (FAB) Facilitator Training
Framework for Access and Belonging (FAB) Facilitator Training Part 2: The WHAT
Monday March 13, 2023 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM - Webinar
Part I of the training addressed ‘why’ FAB is important and ‘how’ to initiate the process.
During Part 2, the components and tools of the FAB process will be shared and discussed in depth. The training will begin with a review of the initiation of the FAB process and continue with the pre-meeting survey and how FAB Facilitators use the results to plan for team meetings. During the second phase, the meeting phase, FAB Facilitators will utilize the online tools that summarize the survey results to focus the team’s discussion on environmental barriers, strategies for overcoming the barriers, and develop a plan for implementing the agreed upon actions. The session will conclude by discussing options for data collection to monitor the selected strategies and the needed steps for the follow-up meeting. Embedded throughout the second session will be opportunities to use the FAB tools by examining scenarios and discussing possible responses and strategies.
NOTE: FAB Facilitators must attend this session live in order to be eligible to facilitate the FAB process. FAB Facilitators are required to have attended the first session either live, or by viewing the recording prior to the second session.
Participants will be able to:
1. Discuss how to use the FAB survey results to plan for the team meeting
2. Review and discuss available FAB tools and resources
3. Practice using available FAB tools by participating in discussions and scenarios
4. Identify the purpose of the monitoring phase through reviewing the data collection resources and strategies
Anyone interested in serving as a FAB Facilitator including – teachers, school staff, administrators, paraprofessionals, family members, service providers, and IU training and consultation staff.
Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate individuals who have special needs as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act and who need assistance at this event. Contact: Annette Bauerlein at email@example.com