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Professional Growth opportunities for teachers, administrators, and educators.

Professional Resources

Oct 20, 2016


Professional Resources to Help Every Child Succeed

Scenario Learning has developed the Exceptional Child Online Professional Development System so that everyone who supports students with exceptionalities has on-demand access to the targeted professional development resources they need. Courses are available for K–12, Higher Education, and Individual Educators. The evidence-based courses help prepare all staff to meet the needs of students with exceptionalities.

Theatre Program

Oct 20, 2016


SPOTLIGHT! On a Stage of Hope for Children with Autism

Did you know that participating in theater programs can help students with autism learn to play in groups, communicate with others, and recognize faces? These are the findings of a 2015 study by researchers from Vanderbilt University, published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Picture Books about Autism

Oct 20, 2016


Suggestions for Using Children’s Picture Books About Autism

The Reading Teacher, a publication of the International Literacy Association, includes an article in its July/August 2016 issue that focuses on developing teacher understanding of how to carefully select and use children’s picture books about autism as a tool for teaching awareness, empathy, and acceptance in an elementary classroom setting.

Online Training Modules

Oct 17, 2016


Online Modules Putting Growth Mindset Research into Practice

A Stanford University research lab, Project for Education Research That Scales (or PERTS), is investigating practical ways to put growth mindset research to work in K–12 schools.

Earn a doctorate in higher education administration.

Oct 17, 2016

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Lead Change

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