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Effective supervision of paraeducators

With larger and increasingly diverse classrooms, an overload of paperwork demands and personnel shortages galore, the relationship between the paraeducator and the teacher could not be more critical. In this Quick Q&A with Ritu Chopra and Caron Westland, leaders of CEC 2015 Convention Workshop, Effective

Help your students become socially competent

For some of your students, making friends may be difficult. Learn how to help them develop relationships in Friendship 101: Helping Students Build Social Competence, a Convention Workshop. Based on the book of the same name, workshop leaders & book authors Kelly Whalon & Juliet Hart

Preliminary program now available!

Have you had a chance to check out the preliminary program for CEC 2015? Inside, you’ll find workshop descriptions, special events, and an invitation from CEC President Jim Heiden. You can view the preliminary program online now! If you need help persuading your school/district/county/offspring/etc. that

Reading to succeed

Students with disabilities often struggle with literacy. How can you help them? In Growing the Brain for Listening & Spoken Language as the Foundation for Literacy, our workshop leaders will help you think about how to expand literacy beyond reading. You’ll: Learn auditory-verbal teaching strategies and techniques

Get your swag on at CEC 2015

SWAG: Stuff We All Get. The best place to score free stuff? At the CEC 2015 Expo Hall. There, you’ll find 200+ exhibiting companies who feature the products and services your students need. Plus, network with other attendees and exhibitors at the President’s Welcome Reception