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SPECIAL EDUCATION INNOVATIONS & CHALLENGES: ONGOING DEVELOPMENTS, WHERE WE ARE NOW
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SPECIAL EDUCATION INNOVATIONS & CHALLENGES: ONGOING DEVELOPMENTS, WHERE WE ARE NOW

Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Online
Address: https://drny-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckc-iupz0jHdCRXRQEuEHk5oO8Ry4QH7sm
Contact: Contact Sue Ruff at: 607-724-2111 or advocate@stic-cil.org

THE SOUTHERN TIER SPECIAL ED TASK FORCE PRESENTS:

SPECIAL EDUCATION INNOVATIONS & CHALLENGES: ONGOING DEVELOPMENTS, WHERE WE ARE NOW...

As a result of the COVID-19 health crisis, teachers and students were, almost overnight, expected to teach and learn remotely. This could be difficult for any student, but those who were already experiencing challenges in school were more likely to struggle and face a long-term impact.

We will share details of an ongoing survey and interview project with special educators in New York State to identify and track field-initiated innovative practices used during emergency remote learning and scheduled remote, hybrid and in-person classroom learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. We examined specific challenges and whether teachers meet IEP mandates. The field based perspectives provide a reflection of the developments within remote, hybrid, and in person instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as implications for professional development, teacher preparation and practice.

FEATURING:

Dr. Tammy Ellis Robinson is an assistant professor in the Division of Special Education at the University at Albany. Prior to joining the faculty, she was a special education teacher for students with a range of disabilities in an urban high school and worked in theater education with adults and children with and without disabilities. Her research interests include writing and write to learn instructional methods, teacher identity development, classroom engagement, cultural competence, equity and intersectionality of disability with many other identities as it affects students.

Registration:

https://drny-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckc-iupz0jHdCRXRQEuEHk5oO8Ry4QH7sm

Where:

Virtual Webinar

 

When: 

May 12, 2021

 

Registration:

https://drny-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckc-iupz0jHdCRXRQEuEHk5oO8Ry4QH7sm

 Program:

4:00 –5:30 PM

Have Questions?

Contact Sue Ruff at:

607-724-2111 or

advocate@stic-cil.org

 

Upon Registration, A link will be sent to you to access this event which will have closed captioning.  ASL interpretation may be available upon request.