How to Support Writing at Home for Students with Complex Needs—A Guide for Parents and Teachers

Presented by: Kelly Fonner, M.S.

About the Webinar

Almost 50% of special educators say that improving writing instruction is a top priority. But as students are sent home, our capacity for instruction has changed.

As educators and parents, we value writing, from the scribble to the paragraph and we want to keep our students with complex needs moving forward with their writing interest and skills.

But how?

In this webinar recording, Educational Consultant/Trainer Kelly Fonner, M.S. shares strategies for using the First Author Writing Curriculum in the home environment. 

You’ll get practical, easy-to-implement ideas and resources to:

  1. Gather and create a writing learning environment to prepare at-home learners to become First Authors
  2. Adapt lesson plans for individualized needs
  3. Measure early writing

About the Presenter

Kelly Fonner, M.S.

is a consultant and trainer in assistive and educational technology. Kelly is an international speaker with more than 30 years working with individuals with disabilities as a teacher, AT consultant, and program developer. You can find her at www.kellyfonner.com