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How to navigate, accommodate, and advocate for special needs during COVID19

Wednesdays with Rebecca Muller, Special Educator and Advocate, Exceptional Children Exceptional Learning

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Purpose of group: COVID19 has impacted everyone. As school districts transitioned to remote learning, students who received services throughout the day now had their routine eliminated. Families who relied on nurses or other service providers had to make tough decisions whether or not to allow these professionals into their homes. Self-reliance became essential within a community that relies on each other for support. It has had a huge impact on learning for those with special needs and, at the current time, resources are scattered. Together, through conversation and community, let's help create a bridge to children and resources. As budgets get cut, special education advocacy must be paramount. 

Target Audience(s): Teachers, Parents, Administrators, Paraprofessionals

NAVIGATE. ACCOMMODATE. ADVOCATE.

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United We Om- Free Offerings for Teachers

Absolutely, please share our offering to teachers on your website.  Thank you!   The three part workshop series is by-donation, no minimum donation.  We have two more live sessions coming up.  This Wednesday and Friday from 1:30 to 2:30pm, with an optional 15 minute post-workshop Q & A after each workshop.   Here is the link to register:  https://www.unitedweom.org/online-workshops.html Here is a link to the recording of the 1st workshop:…

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Special Education Resources for Distance Learning

Special education teachers know what flexibility looks like. Each day we are adapting and creating to help meet the needs of our students. Remote learning may look different but flexibility is an area of expertise. Although remote learning may feel isolating at times, we have a vibrant community willing to share and enhance instruction for our students. Join this ongoing list of shared documents to help ease the transition back to school. There are many Facebook groups that have questions such…

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Special Education Legislative Summit 2020- ADVOCACY OPPORTUNITY

https://specialeducationlegislativesummit.org/ As a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, I will be attending as many of these events as possible next week. Feel free to register and join these very important discussions. We can circle back and talk about the outcomes on this thread. If you are NOT a member, please contact me so we can connect (educatormuller@gmail.com). Week One ScheduleMonday, July 13, 3 – 4 pm (EST)Washington Update – A Live Townhall EventThis exciting event kicks…

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Register for Free edWebinars

In these trying times, there is almost TOO much information. It is impossible to listen, participate, and absorb it all. If you attend one of these events, please start a discussion to share what you learned. It would be great to have a hub of the most pertinent information. As we start to find what is important to our group, we can organized this space a go-to resource.Join live or receive a link to the recording and earn a CE certificatehttps://home.edweb.net/webinars/

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  • Hi everyone! I am so thrilled you have found ECEL. I would love for this to be a place for discussion and resource sharing. Please be patient as we try to make the information as easily available to you.
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"Are you even listening to me?: Conversation about being an adult stutterer"

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    If you are an adult stutterer, you know what it can be like to give a presentation to a group of peers, to make a phone call, to order take-out... Your heart races, your palms sweat, your words in your brain go blank as you fear how you begin to sound as you talk.

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