Posts Tagged ‘Literacy’

Are you a special education instructional leader?

Join us for the Special Education Instructional Network – SPIN – to connect and learn with other special educators in Region 13. SPIN meets four times during each school year. Our first 2018-2019 meeting is on Wednesday, September 12, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. SPIN meetings are designed for special education instructional leaders to receive […]

Active Learning Expert Patricia Obrzut @ Beat the Heat 2018!

On June 21st, the first day of Beat the Heat 2018, Patricia Obrzut, MS, OTR/L will present a full day session: Active Learning: Given the Opportunity, Any Child Can Learn! Active learning, an innovative approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen, emphasizes that all individuals learn best by active participation.  For students with multiple disabilities, active participation is achieved by creating […]

Communication Connections Conference Website Launch

We are pleased to announce the launch of our CCC for SLPs website.  Find it at https://goo.gl/LrDt95. Created as a companion resource to our conference, this website can be accessed across all platforms (iOS, Mac, PC, Android…).  As a conference guide, you can bookmark this site in your favorite browser and use it to: Follow the […]

Communication Connections Conference for SLPs!

(Formerly Hill Country Summer Institute for SLPs) Renee Attaway from Michele Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking presents: Implementing Social Thinking Concepts and Vocabulary: A Day to Develop Team Creativity We are so excited to host a presentation by Renee Attaway, a presenter from Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking®, that we would like to open up Day […]

Diane Sheline: Beat the Heat 2017 Feature Presenter

On Beat the Heat Day 1, Diane Sheline will be presenting her workshop: Strategy to See: Strategies for Students with Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment. This full day session will provide a thorough overview of Cortical Visual Impairment. Diane will review CVI and the brain to include causes of CVI and visual functioning. She will explain the CVI Range- the […]

Teaching Literacy to Students With Significant Cognitive Delays- Free, Online Course

Do you struggle to provide meaningful reading and writing instruction to your students with significant cognitive delays?  The Low Incidence Statewide Network of Texas has published a free, online course entitled “Teaching Literacy to Students with Significant Cognitive Delays.”    Join this engaging online session, and discover  evidence-based strategies that will address ways in which all students can become […]

Sped Teachers, Don’t Miss Caroline Musselwhite’s iWrite! Workshops for Emergent and Early Conventional Writers

Region 13 is fortunate to have Caroline Musselwhite, Ed.D, CCC/SLP with us for 2 days of professional development!  Dr. Caroline Musselwhite is a specialist with more than 30 years of experience working with children and adolescents with severe disabilities, in a variety of settings, including Head Start, developmental day programs, and the public schools. Additionally, […]

Beat the Heat 2014: Registration Is Open

Registration is open with 4 registration options available! ESC Region 13’s Beat the Heat is a three-day professional development opportunity for educators who work with children 3-5 and children with significant disabilities ages 6-21. Pre-Conference: Wednesday, June 25, 2014.  Back by popular demand this day provides day-long, in-depth learning opportunities at a more advanced level. […]

Inclusion Support for ELA-R

If you are teaching students with disabilities in an inclusion setting, either as a Special Education teacher or as a General Education teacher, Region 13 would like to encourage you to attend Accessing the General Curriculum in English Language Arts on April 9, 2014. Participants will leave with strategies to help deliver engaging, scaffolded lesson […]

Instructional Accommodations to Unclutter the Web

With so much instructional reading material being web-based, teachers may want a way to simplify “cluttered” web pages for students who struggle with interpreting complex visual layouts. One free tool for this, available for iOS, Android, or traditional web browsers, is called Readability. The app has its own browser that will allow a student to […]

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