October 21, 2020
Using Schoology to Support Student Organization Online
In this session, we will discuss the challenges and importance of students’ organizational skills in the remote learning environment. Practical solutions for everyday problems will be provided with a focus on the support available to students and families through the already familiar Schoology platform.
All BCPS Parents/Caregivers are invited to attend.
The same information will be presented at each offering. A link to the virtual meeting will be emailed to the provided email address prior to the day of the event.
Contact Name : SERC
Contact Email : email@example.com
Measuring Student Progress on the IEP
Progress monitoring is built into the IDEA and the IEP’s that are produced. Even in times of crisis, like the current pandemic, we must rely on the data. This workshop will focus on strategies and methods of tracking progress monitoring during virtual learning so parents will be able to support requests for compensatory services from the school systems, if needed.
The webinar is free to attend, but registration is required. Prior to the webinar, a Zoom link will be sent to you.
Contact Name : Pathfinders for Autism
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Roots & Wings: Preparing Your Child for Life After High School
A workshop for parents who are considering college for their child with a disability. It will offer academic, social/emotional, and self-advocacy strategies that parents may use in supporting the successful transition of students with disabilities from high school to college. Presented by, Robyn McCray, LCSW-C, Associate Director Disability Support Services, Towson University.
Contact Name : Felicia Patterson
Contact Email : email@example.com
FOUR-PART FALL FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP FROM HOWARD COUNTY AUTISM SOCIETY
FOUR-PART FALL FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP FROM HOWARD COUNTYAUTISM SOCIETY
September 23 - A Community of support
Meet our Family Navigator, Stacy Hurley, and learn about the new Mentor Program. Brainstorm topics and speakers for spring sessions. Play games for prizes.
October 21 - What is YOUR social capital and how can you better utilize it?
Learn how to expand, maintain and mobilize your network of support.
November 18 - Self-care for the caregiver and the family member with autism
Discuss compassion fatigue and how to employ the five love languages.
December 16 - Help your child or family member with autism thrive!
Explore strategies to improve communication, maintain schedules and consistency, engage and build on interests, and reinforce positive behaviors.
All sessions are facilitated by Stacy Hurley, Licensed Certified Social Worker form the Howard County Autism Society. Families with children of all ages with autism are welcome!
Registration is required to receive the WebEx login for this monthly event; the login will be the same for all four sessions. Register at https://app.donorview.com/g135k
Sponsored by the Howard County Autism Society.
Contact Name : Howard County Autism Society
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting Students and Families in the Virtual Classroom
WHAT: “Supporting Students and Families in the Virtual Classroom”
WHEN: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 TIME: 7:00 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M.
PRESENTER: Cresta Kowalski, MA, a Special Ed Teacher, will present parents with ideas and insights of ways to help their children with disabilities be successful with the virtual school and homework. Have your questions ready and an open mind to get support on how to best help your children with virtual learning.
TO REGISTER: Meeting Link: https://meet.google.com/ndk-wdok-cjt
Join by phone: 1-405-561-2337 PIN: 686 460 176#
Contact Name : Gena Fairall
Contact Email : email@example.com