The Complete Guide to Special Education is now approved for 0.6 ASHA CEUs!
This CE test is based on the book “The Complete Guide to Special Education, 2nd Edition” (2010, 372 pages) and should appeal to a wide variety of professionals, including: clinical psychologists, school psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, speech-language pathologists, as well as educators and school administrators. The course explores the special education process, from testing and diagnosis to IEP meetings and advocating for children with special needs. The stages of identification, assessment, diagnosis, eligibility, and intervention are discussed step by step to help readers better understand the legal rights of children with special needs and the roles of the many professionals who make up the child’s educational team. This course provides clear and concise information about the special education process; addresses Response-to-Intervention (RTI), a new approach to identifying students with a learning disability. Special topics such as executive functioning, behavior management and discipline are discussed and supported with practical professional suggestions. Course #60-92 | 45 posttest questions | This is a test only course (book not included). The book can be purchased from Amazon or some other source.
Thursday, September 22, 2011 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
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Traditional advice about motivating reluctant learners rarely works because they rely on complicated programs using rewards and punishments, carrots and sticks. In this webinar, Robyn R. Jackson shares an alternative view of motivation that helps teachers entice students to learn using their own currencies.
Learn what currencies are, how to determine what currencies students carry and value, and how to use the four universal currencies of autonomy, mastery, purpose, and belonging to motivate even your most reluctant learners.
Based on the third workbook in her best-selling series Mastering the Principles of Great Teaching, this webinar will help teachers motivate their reluctant learners to invest in their own learning. By using the mastery principle “Start where your students are,” Jackson will share practical ways to motivate reluctant learners to take ownership over their own learning.