Beat the Heat 2019 is almost here! This summer conference is dedicated to providing professional development to educators, parents, and others who work with children ages 3-21 with significant intellectual and low incidence disabilities.
Don’t miss out y’all (and it’ll be hard to because we have so many user-friendly registration options). 2019 has another great line up of content from amazing national and statewide presenters! Here’s a peek:
- Anne Meeker, Ph.D. will present “WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE:” Songs and Strategies to Support Young Children with Challenging Behaviors
- Erin Sheldon, M.Ed. will present Inclusive Classroom Strategies, AT, and Peer Supports for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
- Crystal Bell will present Charting the LifeCourse: Key Principles, Concepts, and Practices
- Barb Hobbs, M.Ed. will present Let’s Open a Can of Worms: Sexuality, Safety, and Disabilities
- Randy Foederer and Vicki Foederer, CAPE will present Getting to the Goals in Adapted Physical Education
- Sara Kitchen and Scott Baltisberger, VI Outreach Specialists @ TSBVI will present Active Learning: Interactions
We hope to see you there! Use this link https://www4.esc13.net/lowincidence/beat-the-heat/ to register. Stay tuned; additional details about breakout sessions, keynote, maker faire, and our finalized schedule will be coming soon.
Questions? Contact: Nichole.Kertis@esc13.txed.net
Beat the Heat 2019 is just around the corner! This summer conference is dedicated to providing professional development to educators, parents, and others who work with children ages 3-21 with significant intellectual and low incidence disabilities. Can’t attend in person? Want to attend in your pajamas? Wish you could see more than one session in the same time slot? Well, you can…
ATTEND 2 DAYS IN PERSON
Attend any session in person for credit. Also, view any/all of the recorded sessions for a limited time after the event (no credit, for content only).
ATTEND 2 DAYS ONLINE VIA LIVESTREAM
Choose and watch a variety of livestreamed sessions for credit. After the event, view the other recorded sessions for a limited time (no credit, for content only).
WHEN: June 19-20, 2019
WHERE: Education Service Center Region 13 & Online
5701 Springdale Road
Austin, TX 78723
Stay tuned for our exciting presenter line up…
If you are a first-time STAAR Alternate 2 test administrator and would like to learn more about the planning, preparation, and administration of this assessment, then please join us at the service center on December 14 or January 25 for a day of informational activities. During this one-day optional training, we will discuss:
- ARD responsibilities, including the Participation Requirements document
- Allowable Accommodations for STAAR Alternate 2
- Sample Test Questions
- Testing Timelines
- Planning instruction using the Essence Statements, TEKS Curriculum Framework and TEKS Vertical Alignment documents
Please note: This training is designed for first-time test administrators. If you successfully administered the STAAR Alternate 2 assessment last year, you may consider reviewing the materials on the STAAR Alternate 2 Resources webpage in lieu of attending this training.
To register for this free training, visit Region 13’s eCampus system.
December 14: FA1533766
January 25: SP1633767
We hope to see you there!