Digitability’s On-Demand Free Professional Development Webinars
IEP & Transition Planning / Digital Literacy / Social Skill Building / Cross-curricular Learning / Self-advocacy
Welcome to Digitability’s free on-demand webinars page. Hosted by Michele McKeone, M. Ed., Digitability’s professional development webinars focus on how special education teachers and administrators can ensure students with a cognitive disability achieve their IEP goals to successfully transition to the workforce as independent self-advocates. Register for an upcoming webinar below or browse our archive.
Coming soon: Transform your classroom into a workplace!
Stayed tuned an announcement on our next webinar, where we will go inside a high school special education classroom using Digitability to develop work-ready skills. Complete the 'Never Miss a Webinar' form above to stay in the loop!
Digitability's Professional Development Webinar Archive.
Using the best evidence-based practices to prepare students with work-ready skills.
Step inside a high school special education classroom to watch Dawn Geiger use evidence-based practices like differentiation, positive reinforcement, prompting and more. Learn more.
The essential role executive function plays in teaching students work-ready skills.
What in the world is Executive Function (EF) — and why do students with cognitive disabilities need to develop EF? You may be intrigued to discover that we use our brain to perform EF every day in school, at... Learn more.
The Internet is not YouTube: How to Transition Students into a Tech-Driven Economy
During this on-demand webinar, Michele McKeone, M. Ed., founder of Digitability, leads an interactive session on how educators and administrators are using scalable curriculum to teach students how to use technology in the workplace so they can get jobs and gain life independence. Read more.
Ways to Use Facebook to Teach Workplace Socialization and Online Safety
This on-demand webinar focuses on teaching social skills to students with a cognitive disability, along with a free download of the "Power of Words" supplemental materials from Digitability. Read more.