Schedules and Organizational Strategies for Student Success at Home Tuesday, May 26

1 Hour

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As teachers, students and families adapt to remote learning, it’s important to apply strategies that will ensure success for all in this new environment. One key to success is for teachers to share clear plans and expectations for remote learning with parents, caregivers and students. Organizational tools, such as visual schedules, are one of the best ways to set both daily and longer-term expectations. Join our experts to discover why and how visual and organizational tools promote success. You’ll take away a toolkit of visual strategies to support not only academic learning but also daily routines.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Use innovative visual and organizational tools to promote remote learning success
  • Design a visual schedule that eases the transition to both remote and summer learning routines
  • Engage students online while building independence and motivation for learning
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Take away a toolkit of visual and organizational strategies to support your unique learners with remote learning—and beyond.

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About the Presenter

Helen Fuller is a special education teacher who has also worked as an autism specialist and educational consultant. She is a certified Advanced Consultant for the University of North Carolina's TEACCH Autism Program.

Becky Dees is an Educational Consultant who specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has worked as an autism clinician, an educational coach, and a special education trainer. She currently works with the autism group in research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.