Webinars Providing Support for Special Needs Professionals
Ask About Kids (ASK), a parent-led, parent-staffed organization in Indiana, offers ASK Webinars to inform and educate parents and professionals, and to serve as a system of support and reference. The webinars are scheduled with live presentations and discussions and are then archived to allow parents and professionals to access the information when needed.Current ASK Webinars and their descriptions are listed on the website. Among the webinars offered are “Assistive Technology for Communication and Learning,” “Bullying and the IEP,” and “Water Safety and Children with Special Needs.” Watch for upcoming live webinar dates and topics on the homepage.
Each month we publish several newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are the resources from our newsletters that educators turned to the most in the month of June.
On August 21, citizen scientists will have an opportunity to make scientifically valuable observations of many aspects of animal behavior as the solar eclipse is in progress. They can join the California Academy of Sciences in conducting research into behavioral changes in plants and animals during a total solar eclipse.
School Psyched Podcast is hosted by three school psychologists who invite experts to share their insights on a range of topics, including evidence-based social and emotional learning, gifted students, legal considerations, and more-controversial issues, such as racial representation in special education.