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Cancelled - Addressing the Needs of Academically Able Students with ASD - online
Monday, November 2, 2020
This Event Is A Series Of Dates (See Below)
Weeks of November 2, 15, 30 and December 14, 2020
Topic: Behavior & Climate
Sponsored by: ESC-CC
Presenter(s): Dr. Sloan Burgess, ASD, Consultant and Faculty Member, KSU
The ESC of Northeast Ohio presents a series of hybrid/fully online didactic study groups focused on understanding and meeting the needs of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is being offered to general and special educators, administrators and related personnel.  Study groups will meet biweekly for 90 minute sessions (early evening with the day chosen based on participant schedules).  

Study group meeting the weeks of November 2, 26, 30 and December 14, 2020
Study Groups are limited to 10 participants

Participants will learn about the learning style and unique needs of academically able "high functioning" students with ASD in general education settings, and strategies to support academic and social success.
 Participants in this study group will include:
1. Reading relevant literature about the characteristics and needs of "high functioning" students with ASD
2. Viewing video content by and about "high functioning" students with ASD
3. Sharing experiences meeting the needs of "high functioning" students with ASD
4. Activity engaging in discussions

The time for the first session is tentative and will be announced in a confirmation email sent to you before November 2nd.

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators and related personnel
This event is open to the public.
Location: Online
Registration Time:
Program Time: 2:00 PM and ending at 3:30 PM
Program Cost: $200.00 
Make Check or PO Payable to: ESC-CC
Registration Deadline: 10/21/2020
To Register:
Professional Development Contact Hours: 6.0 
Graduate Credit:
Special Notes:
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Study Groups are limited to 10 participants per session
For Information Call: Mary Pramik
Program Flyer:
ASD Study Group