We’ll be presenting break-out sessions at this conference for families & educators. Maureen will be presenting a session on inclusion – Planning for Meaningful Inclusion: A Protocol Driven Process, and Pamela will be sharing math strategies – Creating a Strong Math Foundation. For information and to register, go here.
The educational technology landscape is incredibly vast, and for many teachers (and parents!) it feels overwhelming to even THINK about where to begin utilizing the tools available to support students. This webinar is designed to get you started with some easy, high leverage tips and strategies using Google tools and extensions to differentiate lessons and modify general curriculum. Explore ways that Google Slides can be your most versatile classroom tool. Look deeply at a few Google Extensions that can be your best friend when it comes to curriculum modification. For more info and to register go here.
Interested in learning more about how cognition affects learning in people with Down syndrome?
Chris will kick off our coffee-table discussion with a landscape overview of what has been accomplished to-date in the field of Down syndrome cognitive research. He’ll give us an update on recent progress, both in the U.S. and abroad and we’ll learn more about what we can do to help our children now and what we can do to support efforts to move this translational research along further. For more info please contact us.
We will be at the MDSC’s Educator Forum on Thursday, November 7, 2019. If you’d like to join us at this professional conference for educators and families you may register and pay at class, by mail or online below. You must be an LPB family or affiliated educator to sign-up with our group. Please include your breakout session choices and indicate if you’d like to receive PDP credits. Group registration closes on November 1 so sign up before then!
Pay here (additional 3% convenience fee will be assessed) and send your breakout session choices and PDP request to [email protected].
We are looking for scientifically-proficient volunteers to help further build our program in cognition.
For more information about volunteering, please contact us.