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CISVA Feb 13
Even lunch hour is entertaining and beautiful!
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Jason Chow Feb 6
Looking to gnaw on a whole scallion? The reception has got you covered!
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Council for Exceptional Children Feb 8
Well attendees, is officially a wrap. Did we mention we had SO MUCH FUN?! Thank you to every 1 of the 4,000 special educators who came together to connect, learn, and create change. See you in Baltimore for ! 🙌
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Wendy Murawski Feb 5
Systematic & Innovative ideas for recruitment & retention. Great panel
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Jane E. West Feb 5
On my way to Can’t wait to present on the Prez Candidates’ education and disability platforms. Some surprises in there for sped! Join me Thurs 11-12/B116 Con Ctr ⁦
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Lois Treloar Stevens Feb 5
I’m definitely Take the pledge
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Tara Galloway Feb 6
CEC Conference Collaborative efforts across states (NC, SC, & FL) to ensure instructional practices based on the science of reading are used in classrooms. Changing outcomes until EVERY child reads......
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Fuck the RCMP - A story as old as time. Jan 27
The good news keeps coming for and players. in march and now in July . I hope to see you all there.
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Britta Cook Bresina Feb 8
Come learn how to support students in making inferences at with
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Allison Bruhn Feb 7
My work wife (Sara McDaniel) and my work daughter received research honors on the same night. So proud of both of them!
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Keith K Hamana Feb 5
We talk about inclusion, equity, and voice - thank you for showing us what it means to live it out.
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Rene Grimes Feb 8
This was one of my favorite sessions, and that's saying a lot. was amazing and inspiring. But math, reading, pre-k! This is my love! Thanks for this session. Everyone was super engaged and thinking about how to implement!
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Brittney Stevenson Howell Feb 7
A highlight was meeting one of my favorite education gurus, . His work with children and teachers surrounding behavior set the foundation of my philosophy. So…
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Kristen Beach Feb 8
Best way to finish ? Watching your 2 advisees present their original research on teacher PD. 30hrs of intensive PD improves teacher knowledge of teaching reading, but more is needed to see change in practice. E-coaching? Stay tuned!
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Leanne Ketterlin Geller Feb 6
Presenting at now (Portland Ballroom 255) on Improving algebra readiness in middle schools with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ and Instructional Research Group on ⁦⁩ model demo ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Asia Jones Feb 6
Interesting session on what special educators and admin can do to better help parents to participate effectively in IEP meetings. Ask parents, "What can I review before we're moved on? What would you like to share with us?" to support the PLEP review & discussion.
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CASE Feb 8
So thankful for the great work CEC staff- Judy Harrison, Elizabeth Twitchell,and Alexa Garvey are doing to help us with membership!
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Council for Exceptional Children Feb 7
Inspired by the recipients? Come join us in room C122 for the “Exceptional Stories, Exceptional Lives” Panel! Some of our recipients and their parents will be answering questions on what they wish special educators knew, how we can best support them, and more!
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Leslie Ann Bross Feb 5
I enjoyed talking about my dissertation today at CEC! Young adults with autism can be successfully employed across a broad range of professions, including customer service positions (if desired).
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Narcolepsy Network Feb 7
Congratulations to Youth Ambassador Caroline Arnette for winning the “Yes I Can” award for self-advocacy at their annual conference! We’re so proud of you!
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