Join our friends at the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin for the following webinar:
Creating Successful Inclusion for All: Accommodations and Modifications that Work!
Join us from the comfort of your computer on June 10 for a webinar with Dr. Christi Kasa!
Students with disabilities can thrive in general education classrooms when curriculum is designed to allow access for all. During this interactive session, the speaker will both demonstrate strategies and teach participants to construct materials that can support students with disabilities to actively participate in the inclusive classroom.
When: Monday, June 10 at 12pm Noon
This is part of a two part series! The second session, Achieving Inclusion, will be held on Monday, June 17 at 12pm Noon.
About the presenter:
Christi Kasa, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor for the Department of Teaching and Learning and the Director of the Office of Inclusive Services in the College of Education at the University of Colorado. Her teaching, research, and consulting are guided by her passion to create successful inclusive schools for all students. Christi teaches both graduate and undergraduate classes focusing on differentiated instruction, best practice for inclusive schooling, and communication strategies for people with autism. Christi began her career teaching in the public schools of California as a general education teacher and special education teacher.
Christi’s published works have appeared in The Journal of the Association for People with Severe Handicaps, The International Journal for Inclusive Education, and the American Education Research Journal.