Supporting Students with Developmental Disabilities, Autism and Multiple Exceptionalities, including students with Physical Disabilities and those students working outside the Ontario curriculum, through Remote Learning [English]
Presenters: Paul Grogan, Virginia Rutledge
This webinar will highlight Elementary and Secondary IEP -accommodations, modifications and alternative expectations in a remote learning context for students with Developmental Disabilities, Autism and Multiple Exceptionalities, including students with Physical Disabilities and those students working outside the Ontario curriculum, through Remote Learning.
K-3 Web Session 2:
A fair exchange on reaching all the learners and families through innovative practise, relevant pedagogy and continued supports for online learning. [English]
Presenters: Marie-Christine Lemenchick, Laura Christmann, Renee Brouillette, Sue Chanko
An ongoing quest for innovative practices and engaging pedagogy in a virtual setting. This session will host a conversation where professionals can explore how to best…
- Reach all Learners
- Use Effective Virtual Pedagogy
- Support Summer Learning
Educators will share and learn what is working for engaging in learning in a virtual setting being mindful of the mental health and well-being of our youngest learners and their families.
This is a 2nd session for Primary educators.
Supporting Student Mental Health During Tough Times: Understanding the Educator Role in Responding to Student Anxiety, Distress and Grief [English]
Presenters: Paul Grogan
This webinar will help educators to understand the expected range of emotions and concerns that students are likely to experience during the pandemic, how to provide role-specific support related to managing stress, worry, and loss, and when to refer a student for mental health support when signs of anxiety, distress, or grief appear to be interfering with their well-being.