DeCoste Writing Protocol
Access to eLearning
Complex Needs eLearning Curriculum
CARES Education Funding
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Learning is For Life
Google for Education
Dr. Randy LaRusso, M.Ed / Jessica Gill, M.S., L-SLP, CCC-SLP / Pamela Levan, MOT, OTR/L, ATP / Dr. Eileen Garza, OTR, ATP/SMS, PhD, FAOTA
This year, eLearning has many of us feeling like first year practitioners and educators. We continue to face challenges with:
But we’re all in this together, and it’s time to hear what’s working in other districts. This webinar is an opportunity for you to hear from a panel of special educators, practitioners, and administrators from across the country. They will share their own experiences and “lessons” they learned from eLearning including:
This is a unique opportunity to hear what others are doing and bring back new ideas to your team and district. Don’t miss it!
has 42 years serving students, educators and parents in the area of special education. She has extensive experience training at the local, state and national levels and taught at center schools, typical schools and at universities. Randy has served on two national grants funded through the US DOE in developing and sharing resources for students using alternate achievement standards. Before joining the national stage as a consultant, Randy was the founding director of the Florida ACCESS Project.
has her M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Southeastern Louisiana University. This is my 20th school year with Livingston Parish Public Schools in Louisiana. I have served as a school-based speech-language pathologist, speech-language diagnostician, and on the district’s assistive technology team. I currently lead our district’s assistive technology team in coordinating our resources to provide supports for our special education students in the district.
Pam started her career as a special educator and then as a school based occupational therapist for the past 30 years. Pam works as part of an Assistive Technology Team in Pensacola, Florida.
Dr. Garza is an occupational therapist by profession and has provided assistive technology services to Houston area school districts since 1988. She is a firm believer in providing access to curriculum regardless of a student’s eligibility and loves the concept of Universal Design for Learning as an intentional process.