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Webinar Series

Our Rethink Ed Webinar Series empowers educators by bringing live professional development led by thought leaders in special education straight to the screen. Each webinar addresses important, trending topics like effective academic instruction, early childhood learning, family engagement, and addressing challenging behavior. Join us by registering for the full webinar series today!

Autism Around the Globe

April 26, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. EST

Join us for an exclusive webinar with guest speaker Molly Ola Pinney, Founder/CEO The Global Autism Project. The Global Autism Project has spent the past fifteen years working in partnership to build local capacity to provide services for learners with autism around the world. In this workshop we will discuss the beginnings of the organization, how things have changed since the early days and how you, as a clinician can get involved with this life-changing work.

Presented By: Molly Ola Pinney, Founder/CEO The Global Autism Project


What Every Educator Needs to Know about Social and Emotional Learning

May 10, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. EST

Emotions drive how we think, pay attention, make decisions, manage our time, and countless other processes that impact how students and teachers show up in the classroom. Scientific studies evaluating the impact of Social Emotional Learning programs show that these practices improve students’ academic performance, behavior, and attendance. During this webinar you will learn how these practices help students and their teachers form and sustain better quality relationships, and improve both students’ and teachers’ psychological health and well-being.

Presented by: Christina Cipriano, Ph.D


Classroom-based Communication Instruction: Project Core Overview

May 17, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. EST

The session will report on Project Core (, a multi-year effort aimed at developing an implementation program for teaching students with significant disabilities to use symbolic language using a core vocabulary approach to augmentative and alternative communication. The session will review the current set of free professional development modules, planning resources and tools, and briefly share descriptive data used to inform continued development of the implementation model.

Presented by: Guest Speaker Lori Geist, PhD


Building Safe Learning Communities with SEL

June 7, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. EST

The well intentioned reactions to reduce the incidence of school violence and increase visibility and accountability for students conduct offenders through the use of security officers, metal detectors, weapons, and cameras, are misguided. Research consistently demonstrated that these measures actually DECREASE student perceptions of safety and INCREASE their experiences of fear. This lack of safety creates a harsh environment wherein students are mistrusting, disengaged, and unavailable to learn. The present webinar will provide a framework for understanding how the principles of Social and Emotional Learning promotes physically, and psychological safe learning environments for students.

Presented by: Christina Cipriano, Ph.D


3 Key Questions About Transition Planning for Every Student

June 21, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. EST

Presented by: Maria Wilcox

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