About the workshop:
This session will provide best practice strategies and tips for adapting lessons to an online format to meet Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals. The presenter will share specific reading and math interventions and progress monitoring tools to implement with students with disabilities in the online environment. We will also look at how to best support and engage parents to support their children with disabilities in an online environment.
Grade Level: K-5 Special Education Teachers
Time: Wednesday, June 17th, 9am-12pm CDT
About the trainer:
Kelly O’Neal-Hixson, Ph.D.
Dr. Kelly O’Neal-Hixson teaches graduate special education courses in literacy strategies and behavior management at Emporia State University. She also supervises special education practicum students at the elementary level. Dr. O’Neal-Hixson has taught various grades, K-8th, and 15 years at the university level. Her research focuses on behavior management, literacy instruction for the struggling reader, virtual supervision and professional development school (PDS) models for special education teacher candidates.