Free Webinar: Using Evidence-based Practices like Differentiation to Create an Inclusive Special Education Classroom

In Special Education, we know that one size doesn't fit all. That's why it is imperative that teachers deliver the essential evidence-based practices to support their students; as well as use opportunities like this free webinar to gain professional development.

During the webinar, you will step inside an inclusive autistic support classroom to watch Dawn Geiger use evidence-based practices like differentiation, positive reinforcement, prompting and more.

You will see evidence-based practices in use as Dawn use Digitability's Classroom Economy to teach her students the value of money and how to manage their money they earn to pay bills, for purchases and privileges -- The Digitability Classroom Economy is one small part of this programming and expands across several life skill areas.

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Here's what you will learn during this professional development webinar:

This short video will give you a very quick preview into the classroom of students with their own unique learning and behavioral needs. Dawn uses a variety of evidence-based practices to develop the essential work-ready and life skills that people with cognitive disabilities must master in order to successfully to transition to their independence.

Gain Professional Development by attending this free webinar

This webinar is an excellent opportunity to gain professional development as the evidence-based practices you will learn are backed by the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) -- the only FDA approved intervention for people with autism.

About the 'Classroom Economy': In Digitability's pre-employment transition program there's a module called the Classroom Economy. Teachers use this module to turn the classroom into an economy where students learn to navigate social boundaries as well as develop financial literacy as they earn and spend (or save) their money. During the webinar you will get a live look into the Classroom Economy and how one teacher uses it with her students. 

Webinar & Registration Details

When: Tuesday, August 1st at 4pm ET / 1pm PT  

Duration: 30 minutes + 15 minutes for live Q & A

You can register for free now using the form below. Please invite your colleagues and peers too. Not sure you can attend? Please register and you will get a link to watch a free on-demand version of the webinar.

Free Webinar Registration

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