• Jan 20, 2021 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Location: online
  • Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2021
Co-teaching is much more than just two people in a room. Let's discuss how to make these relationships flourish to meet student needs.

About this Event

Emily Katz Williamson, M. Ed., CAGS, Special Education Consultant, is the Executive Director and founder of Academic Solutions in Newton, MA. She assists families in navigating the special education process at all stages, from brainstorming solutions to initial concerns, initiating and participating in the eligibility process for possible need of special education services (and/or Section 504 Accommodation Plans, which fall under the auspices of regular education,) to assisting families already involved in special education to address concerns, participating in Team Meetings, mediations, and hearings to planning a student’s transition past high school or college. (more information)

Rebecca Muller, M.Ed, has been a special education teacher for 10 years working in many different settings (home instructor, resource, elementary, middle school, high school, co-teaching/inclusion, one-on-one) and believes that relationships are the most important aspect of a classroom; that includes the relationship of teacher-to-student, student-to-student, parent-to-teacher, and for the purposes of this presentation teacher-to-teacher. Kids know when people are being authentic from age 2 to 22! Authentic relationships are like magic: rare, precious, and needs work to be maintained and perfected.

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