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Presentation materials, session recordings, and certificates of participation are available below.

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2023-2024 Webinars

How to Help Teachers Think Differently About Difficult Students

Strategics for Special Education Administrators and Teachers

Presenter: Dr. Howie Knoff
Date of Webinar: November 8, 2023

There are many reasons why students demonstrate angry, aggressive, and acting-out behavior in their schools or classrooms—or anxiety, withdrawal, and “checking out” behavior. This webinar focuses especially on the Tier 2 (strategic) interventions that schools can implement to assist challenging students who are demonstrating social, emotional, and/or behavioral challenges in their classrooms or across their schools. Ways to translate the research that typically underlies these interventions into practical and realistic classroom-based strategies is particularly emphasized.

The Seven High-Hit Reasons for Students’ Challenging Behavior

Presenter: Dr. Howie Knoff
Date of Webinar: October 11, 2023

In this session, you’ll learn the seven “high-hit” reasons why students present with behavioral challenges, describing how to assess these reasons as part of a “21st Century” FBA. It also demonstrates how to link each high-hit functional assessment reason with specific social, emotional, or behavioral interventions. As the tiers in a multi-tiered system should be defined based on the intensity of services and supports, most of the discussion will center on previewing Tier II strategies and interventions.

Teaching Emotional Self-Control & Self-Regulation through Social Skills Instruction

Presenter: Dr. Howie Knoff
Date of Webinar: September 27, 2023

In this session, you’ll learn about the three interdependent components of emotional control and self-management: The Emotional Control Paradigm which is grounded by the principles that (a) most emotional behaviors are neurologically connected and classically conditioned, and that (b) ineffective emotional reactions most often need to be unconditioned, re-conditioned, or counter-conditioned.

First 30 Days Case Manager Checklist

Presenter: Ingrid Wulczyn
Date of Webinar: June 27, 2023

The first 30 days of school is an incredibly important time for special educators to set themselves up for a great start to the school year.  It’s also a busy time of year and newer teachers and providers may not know the kinds of tasks and planning they should be thinking about.  In this session, Ingrid Wulczyn will share guiding questions and tasks that will help support your special education program for the new school year.

Tech Strategies for More Efficient Special Education Teams

Presenter: Stacy Hunt
Webinar: May 16, 2023

With so many technology options for special education leaders to choose from, it can be hard to determine what your team needs. From data tracking to personalized learning programs, finding the right platforms to streamline your team’s workflow can be overwhelming rather than adding unnecessary headache. In this session, Stacy Hunt will provide tested strategies to identify inefficient workflows in special education departments and share best practices for using technology to support a more efficient special education team.