SPED Talk Tuesday
What's the Deal?
Every Tuesday at 3:00 pm Central Time, Region 13’s Instructional Support team will conduct SPED Talk Tuesdays - free webinars that cover a variety of topics around instructional supports for students with learning needs.
Each SPED Talk Tuesday will include a brief presentation on a timely topic followed by a chat session for participants to ask questions about the presentation or something else related to special education services.
If you miss any talks or want resources mentioned in a talk, check out our public Canvas course. Scroll down this page to the SPED Talks Archive section for more information.
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Sign Language Interpreter Requests
Accessibility is a priority at Region 13. With advance notice, we'd be happy to request a sign language interpreter to attend the webinar live via Zoom. We'll need two business days to get that set up, so please let us know by the Monday before the webinar you're attending. The recordings will all be captioned as quickly as possible.
Send sign language interpreter requests for SPED Talk Tuesdays to email@example.com and please let us know which date you will be attending.
May 5, 2020 | Working Remotely in Student Homes - Lisa Rukovena
About This Topic: Lisa discussed the elusive, evidence-based practice of family collaboration in this time of remote learning.
May 12, 2020 | Creating Structure at Home for Children with Autism -Darcy Schiller
About This Topic: Like most of us, consistent routines and rules help create order and structure for children with autism (CDC 2019). Darcy Schiller gave some practical strategies to create structure in your own home.
May 19, 2020 | Remote Learning for Students in Life Skills - Daniel Rigney
About This Topic: Providing remote learning opportunities to students with cognitive, sensory, and physical challenges can be a daunting task. Daniel shared strategies to adapt instruction for these students in this environment.
May 26, 2020 | Making the Most of Reading at Home with Preschoolers - Jennifer Russell & Maryteresa Tracy
About This Topic: One of the best ways that families can connect with their children at home is through reading books. Jennifer Russell and Maryteresa Tracy discussed how this reading time can provide comfort and connection, and also provide opportunities to embed some foundational literacy skills.