Special Education and 504 Tips & Resources | November 5 Edition

Abby Bowers | Director of Special Programs | Capital Region ESD 113
Nov 05, 2021

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This content is emailed weekly to leaders in special education and Section 504. Each newsletter contains tips and resources on a variety of topics that are meant to keep you informed and up to date. Please consult your district attorney if you are looking for legal advice.  

This week’s email includes links to information on:

Section 504
Long COVID under Section 504 and the IDEA
Section 504 and Students with Disabilities
Protecting Students with Disabilities

Special Education Legal Alert
Methodology Disputes

Inclusive Practices
Implementing SDI in the General Education Classroom

Secondary Transition
Example: Connecting the High School and Beyond Plan with the Secondary Transition Plan

Reading Anxiety
When do kids learn to read?

Guidance Update for Special Education Personnel Qualifications and Staffing
ALE Guide to Serving Students with Disabilities
Myths and Facts About Inclusionary Practices in Washington State
Updated Special Education COVID Q&A


Upcoming Classes and Events
11/6 Hand in Hand: Becoming a Trauma-Informed School
11/6 It Takes a Village to Build Resilience in a Child
11/8 All About YOU
11/9 The Why’s of Behavior
11/10 Know Your Triggers

11/13 A Child is Not Motivated. What am I Expected to Do?

12/4 Blueprint of a PBIS Classroom
12/8-16 Engaging Challenging Conversation
1/11 What Dog do You Have in the Fight Today?
1/12-13 Foundations of Effective Teaming
1/11-31 Operating from the Third Side: Supporting Others to Navigate Conflict
2/9-17 Engaging Challenging Conversations
3/1-2 Foundations of Effective Teaming
3/8-22 Operating from the Third Side: Supporting Others to Navigate Conflict
4/20-28 Engaging Challenging Conversations
5/2-16 Operating from the Third Side: Supporting Others to Navigate Conflict

Have a nice weekend. For more information, contact Abby Bowers, Capital Region ESD 113's Director of Special Programs.

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