While some students with disabilities are heading back to physical classrooms, many are still in virtual or hybrid settings. As we begin the second semester, it is so important that we continue to engage these learners and seek creative ways to include and support them and their peers without disabilities.
If you value inclusive education and are embracing it even in these more-than-unusual circumstances, join me and my co-authors in this unique month-long event to get some inspiration and fresh ideas for your virtual, hybrid and face-to-face classrooms!
Mid-year can be a tough time to learn new skills and try new things, but it is also the time teachers need it most. Even if you are hoping to transition back to face-to-face instruction soon, this event is for you!
- Do you need engaging games and brain breaks for your inclusive classes?
- Are you seeking new ways to connect students to peers and community?
- Would you like some tips for designing awesome teacher-created videos for your learners?
- Could you use ideas for keeping relationships strong in distance learning settings and beyond?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, don’t miss this unconference!
We have learned so much from teaching remotely and these lessons will undoubtedly make their way into future inclusive classrooms.
These sessions focus on ideas that work in any setting. Many of these them were inspired by virtual learning but are undoubtedly here to stay. For instance, there are sessions on creating virtual clubs, expanding family collaboration, developing supportive materials for asynchronous learning and so much more.
Join us for this virtual “unconference” and hear from the many talented contributors to my new book, All In: 18 Ways to Create Inclusive Virtual Classrooms. I am so excited to share the voices of so many incredible advocates and educators with you. This content will give you the tools you need to build virtual inclusive communities now and in the future.
Okay, let’s get to the details:
WHAT: An asynchronous professional development opportunity for busy professionals. You will have access to 10+ recorded sessions hosted by Paula Kluth and featuring ideas and tips from administrators, general and special educators, researchers, and parents. Each sessions includes supporting materials (e.g., session notes). A certificate of completion will be provided for participants to download.
WHEN: February 1-28, 2021 [Yes! You get an entire month to view the content.]
HOW: After registering, review all of the available sessions on the conference site and view the them in any order you choose. Watch some or all. View your favorites as many times as you like. Binge the material in one day, or visit throughout the month to learn a little at a time.
In additon to the material already mentioned, topics include:
- adding SEL to virtual learning
- playing games and building community
- embracing culturally-relevant teaching in challenging times
- shooting fun and effective teacher-created videos
- creating accommodations in virtual classrooms
- collaborating & collecting data with families
- using a green screen to add joy & novelty to lessons
- working with paraprofessionals in distance education
Access for The Unconference opens on Feb. 1st, and you’ll have access through Feb. 28th to watch all the content at your own pace. The best part? The price!
You get all of this for just $38.00!
Join me and more than 10 contributors as we bring the material from this popular resource to you in a dynamic and accessible way. Sign up now to get the right tools to create inclusive learning spaces — virutal, hybrid or face-to-face. Let's reimagine what's possible for all.
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