Supporting Students with Disabilities Network’s foundation is the belief that to provide the best education for students with individual education plans, educators need to understand that all students are diverse learners with distinct needs.

 

To support every student reaching their maximum potential various approaches need to be utilized to support learners academic, functional, and social emotional needs from age 3-21.

SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH

DISABILITIES NETWORK (SSDN)

Home is Where the School is: The Autism Way

Feb. 10 & Feb 24, 2021

DLM for New Test Administrators

Four-Part Series

Paraprofessional Training

Tell Me More About Autism

Feb. 17, 2021

Repeated: Feb. 19, 2021

Paraprofessional Training

Early Childhood: What I should know about Students at that Age

Mar. 10, 2021

Repeated: Mar. 12, 2021

A Combined Approach for Early Childhood Special Education & Distance Learning

Jan. 15, 2021

Tech Tools to Support Student Engagement & Teacher Practices in Special Education Classroom

Four-Part Series

Executive Functioning

Feb. 18, 2021

Paraprofessional Training

Students with Transition Plans: How do I Help?

Mar. 24, 2021

Repeated: Mar. 26, 2021

Student Engagement in Virtual Learning

Jan. 19, 2021

Transition Network

Feb. 16, 2021

Data Collection Using Google Sheets

Mar. 3, 2021

Paraprofessional Training

Students with the Most Significant Needs and how to support them

Apr. 7, 2021

Repeated: Apr. 9, 2021

We All Have Special Needs: Using Techology to Break Down Barriers

Disabilities come in many forms. So do the technologies that help the disabled tackle their chanllenges

DPI COVID-19

Special Ed Updates

The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) understands that guidance can change quickly as information evolves

A to Z's of Early Childhood

In the A to Z’s of Early Childhood, parents, caregivers, practitioners and policy makers can find short videos and quick tips on how to strengthen children’s development through The 3R’s of Early Learning: Relationships, Repetition, Routines, all  based on the science of early childhood development and training.

TESTIMONIALS

"I WAS REALLY IMPRESSED WITH YESTERDAY'S WORKSHOP.  EVEN THOUGH I AM NOT DOING THE

ACTUAL TEACHING, I FELT LIKE I GOT A LOT OUT OF IT!  YOUR PACING AND PRESENTATION STYLE

KEPT EVERYONE ENGAGED AND TALKING ABOUT CO-TEACHING."

-  Anonymous Hudson School District Special Education Teacher

I REALLY APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT YOU ARE GIVING US - IT WAS A USEFUL PRESENTATION

AND COLLABORATION.  THE FACT THAT SO MANY STAYED LATE TO CONTINUE SHARING CERTAINLY

SHOWED THE SUCCESS OF THIS TIMELY OPPORTUNITY.  THANKS SO MUCH!"

-  Anonymous CESA #11 District Special Education Teacher

FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS, CHECK OUT THE 2020-21 SHARED SERVICE CATALOG OR CONTACT US!

ALI KAHL

CESA #11 Educational Consultant

Ext. 2103

alik@cesa11.k12.wi.us

STEPHANIE CRAWFORD

CESA #11 Educational Consultant

Ext. 2185

stephaniec@cesa11.k12.wi.us

CESA #11 Program Assistant

Ext. 2215

angier@cesa11.k12.wi.us

ANGIE RICCI

CESA #11 SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES NETWORK
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