Grab professional development in your pajamas with these special education webinars on your schedule. Watch the entire episode and get a certificate of completion to request CEUs from your district.
They are examples of the exact same workshops I offer in the Special Educator Academy. Each one is 45 minutes to an hour and they are available whenever you are.
All 3 special education webinars are recorded and are available whenever you are. Just register and watch.
At the end of the webinar, you will walk away with strategies and tools you can use in your classroom the next day.
The webinars are great for veteran and new teachers alike. Everyone will walk away with strategies they can use.
If you stay until the end of the webinar and receive a bonus download of free materials and a certificate indicating completion.
Get your work systems started right in your classroom with this hour-long webinar and free bonus at the end.
Struggling with behavior this year in your classroom? The strategies in this 45-minute webinar will help you set up antecedent-based strategies that will prevent the behaviors from happening.
In this webinar I'm sharing how I set up a system of instructional data collection in the classroom for progress monitoring of IEP goals. Stay to the end to grab tools to help you get started with it.
Author, Behavior Analyst, Consultant
From running Autism Classroom Resources, to creating teacher resources on TeachersPayTeachers as Autism Classroom News, my passion has always been about bringing special educators together and helping them serve their students in the best ways they can. I have spent the last 20 years working with a wide variety of special education programs as a behavior specialist, an administrator, and primarily as a trainer and consultant. I have had the honor of working alongside some amazing special educators and I know that sometimes they have felt that no one in their school, or sometimes their district, understands their classrooms. Teachers should never feel like they teach on an island. I want to change that by providing a site where special educators can come together to learn ways to make their jobs easier, to support each other, and to put the excitement back in their teaching. I hope you will join us!
--Christine Reeve, Ph.D., BCBA-D