Supporting our Students (SOS): Understanding Autism
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Supporting our Students (SOS): Understanding Autism
Presented by: Lana Nogue
November 5, 2020 | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Online
Grade Level / Audience
Educational Assistant/Assistant en éducation, Teachers/Enseignant
About the Session

How do we best support our students with autism? Teachers and educational assistants play an integral role in designing programming that will attend to the needs of students with autism. Through intentional opportunities for communication, providing choice while engaging in meaningful tasks, and creating consistent routines are all essential components of learning for a child with autism. Come learn together, engage in case studies, explore effective practices, discover resources and design supports that will meet your student's needs.

This learning opportunity is being subsidized through funding from Alberta Education.

About the Presenter

Lana Nogue

As a Learning Associate with Jigsaw Learning, Lana Nogue has extensive experience in system planning and supporting schools and districts in strategically designing areas of focus and planning forward. Lana is integral to supporting schools and districts in implementing their Collaborative Response practices as well as designing and supporting levels of teams that align across schools and systems to support the needs of all students. Lana supports inclusive education teams with experience as a classroom specialist, school and district leader. She supports leaders at all levels and works at a district/systemic level to build capacity and support the goals of our various partners and strategic endeavors.

Registration Deadline: November 04, 2020

Registration Fee: $80.00

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