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Using Remote Technology in the Speech Room for Physical Distancing and Paperless Therapy

Using Remote Technology in the Speech Room for Physical Distancing and Paperless Therapy

04/15/2021
Covid-19 presented challenges to the delivery of services in an ethical and evidence-based manner. One setting presented the following specific challenges: • Speech Room too small to distance 6+ feet • No materials sharing between students; (mandate) • Clean after each student (no paper) • Visualizing student/therapist face • Lesson planning for multiple frameworks • Accommodate both in-person and remote students The framework discussed demonstrates how these challenges were overcome by using technology to broadcast/zoom therapy sessions to the student(s) physically distanced from the therapist in person while concurrently serving remote students seamlessly. Specific adaptations of material and reinforcement activities is demonstrated.

Using RtI Data to Improve Student Learning

05/17/2012
01:04:49 minutes
Response to Intervention implementation is an ever-changing, dynamic process characterized by progress and set-backs as a normal part of systems change. Listen to Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden, Nationally known RtI expert, as she speaks to the trials and tribulations of RtI adoption and implementation.
Using Virtual Tools to Support Foundational Reading Skills

Using Virtual Tools to Support Foundational Reading Skills

08/18/2020
In this session, participants will explore ways to use digital tools to support foundational reading skills in virtual environments.

Using Writing to Enhance Students' Mathematical Understanding

04/12/2016
01:24:26 minutes
This webinar will explore how to enhance students’ understanding of mathematical concepts using vocabulary instruction and the writing process. We will examine the complex nature of the writing process as well as techniques to develop students’ use of strong mathematics vocabulary.
Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part I)

Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part I)

08/18/2020
This is part one of three. See 2.d and 3.d for the remaining sessions. As a result of the abrupt and unexpected mandated school closures that went beyond the initial timeline predicted, the continued instruction of students became a priority. With the only option during stay-at-home mandates being virtual instruction, how would teachers of students with autism make this work when it is challenging enough to provide effective interventions in the classroom with all materials, supports, and personnel necessary? With the uncertainty of closures being a possibility in the future, this session will review important considerations and guidelines for effectively planning, preparing, providing and monitoring virtual instruction for students with autism. Both asynchronous (pre-recorded) and synchronous (live) sessions will be addressed.
Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part II)

Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part II)

08/18/2020
This is part two of three. See 1.d and 3.d for the remaining sessions. As a result of the abrupt and unexpected mandated school closures that went beyond the initial timeline predicted, the continued instruction of students became a priority. With the only option during stay-at-home mandates being virtual instruction, how would teachers of students with autism make this work when it is challenging enough to provide effective interventions in the classroom with all materials, supports, and personnel necessary? With the uncertainty of closures being a possibility in the future, this session will review important considerations and guidelines for effectively planning, preparing, providing and monitoring virtual instruction for students with autism. Both asynchronous (pre-recorded) and synchronous (live) sessions will be addressed.
Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part III)

Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part III)

08/18/2020
his is part three of three. See 1.d and 2.d for the remaining sessions. As a result of the abrupt and unexpected mandated school closures that went beyond the initial timeline predicted, the continued instruction of students became a priority. With the only option during stay-at-home mandates being virtual instruction, how would teachers of students with autism make this work when it is challenging enough to provide effective interventions in the classroom with all materials, supports, and personnel necessary? With the uncertainty of closures being a possibility in the future, this session will review important considerations and guidelines for effectively planning, preparing, providing and monitoring virtual instruction for students with autism. Both asynchronous (pre-recorded) and synchronous (live) sessions will be addressed.
Virtual Techniques for Engaging Families in Speech-Language Evaluation

Virtual Techniques for Engaging Families in Speech-Language Evaluation

04/15/2021
Providing speech-language intervention in a virtual world has allowed us unique glimpses into the lives of our speech-language students and their families. Whether it’s being able to talk more often to parents or being unexpectedly introduced to siblings as they walk across the screen, we are able to learn more about our kids than ever before. Such knowledge is particularly useful during speech-language assessment and the IEP writing process. The purpose of this session is to explore the plethora of data that families can provide in a Comprehensive Evaluation, discuss best questions to ask, and identify simple ways to take our traditional methods to the next level to engage families in speech-language evaluation, in order to make more informed and impactful IEP team decisions. Let’s get connected with our families!

Visible Learning: Collective Teacher Efficacy

04/03/2018
01:18:48 minutes
What if you could triple the speed of student learning? According to findings by Professor John Hattie, a strong sense of Collective Teacher Efficacy can yield over three years of student growth over one school year. Now ranked the most powerful influence on achievement in the Visible Learning research, Collective Teacher Efficacy is a belief that together teachers can positively impact student learning. When efficacy is high, teachers show greater persistence and are more likely to try new learning approaches. Join Visible Learning expert, Kristin Anderson, for a review of the major factors that influence student learning and a discussion about how to create the conditions for Collective Teacher Efficacy.

Vision and Learning

11/30/2011
00:40:59 minutes