High Quality PD…in your pajamas?

You’ve heard a lot from us about the Inclusion Institute for this year — that Susan Hentz is the keynote speaker, that we are going to explore classroom management and routines, special education eligibilities and services, changes to accommodations and assessments, and delivering high quality instruction to students with disabilities. But have you considered attending the conference virtually? Last year we had a teacher participating live from Maui, several campuses participating as groups, and more than one teacher attending (we suspect) from their living rooms in Texas…in their pajamas!

There is still time to register for this summer’s conference. The first 100 paid registrations (in-person OR virtual) will receive a FREE copy of keynote presenter Susan Hentz’s book “Collaborate Smart”. If you attend in-person you can pick up your copy of the book at the conference. If you attend virtually, we will mail you a copy of the book. Not to worry, though, all of the handouts that you will need are available on the virtual conference site for downloading.

Register for the Virtual Conference here:
Register for the In-Person Conference here:
…and check out the conferences page to get a feel for how it all works here:

Power of Inclusion: Administrative Overview SU1428384

Principals and campus administrators play a vital role in the process of creating inclusive campuses and ensuring that all  students have access to the general curriculum in the least restrictive environment. Region 13 is hosting a 3-hour workshop focusing issues of importance to campus leaders, including:

  • Special ed teacher appraisal (guest speaker Chris O’Reilly, Program Manager for Teacher Appraisal)
  • Master Scheduling for Inclusion
  • ARD committee participation
  • LRE data
  • …and more.

There are still spots available for this workshop on Monday, July 21 from 9-12! Register here: http://ecampus.esc13.net/show_class_info.html?classid=28384 or search E-Campus for SU1428384


For more information, contact
Matt Holloway
(512) 919-5396