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Autism Networking: Data Analysis 101 - (FBA & BIP) • 4/10/17

Autism Networking: FBA Forms & Behavioral Intervention Plans • 5/15/17

Autism Summer 2017: Building Communication Skills in Individuals Who are Less Verbal • 6/27/17

Autism Summer 2017: Creating Supportive Classrooms: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of our Students • 7/31/17

Autism Summer 2017: How to Manage when Emotions and Behaviors Get Big • 8/10/17

Autism Summer 2017: Promoting Independence Across Environments • 7/24/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding and Learning to Celebrate Autism and other Sensory and Movement Differences • 6/20/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding, Supporting, and Teaching Executive Functioning Skills for Your Students • 7/25/17

CESA #9 Presents Helping Students Through Trauma and Loss • 6/22/17

CPI Refresher • 4/20/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Fifth Grade • 6/20/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - First Grade • 6/13/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Fourth Grade • 6/19/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Kindergarten • 6/12/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Second Grade • 6/14/17

Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Third Grade • 6/15/17

PDP Verification Process Workshop • 4/4/17

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Wisconsin Technology Initiative (WTI) Community] Registration • 4/8/17

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Autism Summer 2017: Promoting Independence Across Environments
One of our goals for all students, in addition to living happy lives, is that they be able to reach their greatest level of potential and independence as possible.  Frequently, one of the first supports provided autistic students is assignment of at least some direct individual support from an associate/classroom assistant.  There is usually no question that this support is necessary.  However, all too often this support is never faded, and we lose sight of how to make the student INDEPENDENT in as many ways as possible.  This workshop will offer pragmatic and sensitive ways of honoring the relationships students develop with their associates while fading support and building student independence of learning and participating in as many situations as possible.
 

 

Presented by Lisa M. Ladson, B.A, C.A.B.A. & Nanette A. Negri, PhD
Date(s) Monday, July 24th.
Time 8:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m.
Location(s) D.C. Professional Development Center
Presenter(s) Lisa M. Ladson, B.A, C.A.B.A. & Nanette A. Negri, PhD
Audience This workshop will be useful to all school personnel
Professional Development Hours: 6.0
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Current Attendees:
WAIT, MICHAELA

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