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Virtual Conference Featuring Clarke Presenter

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Event Details:

Meeting Student Needs in a Consultation-Only Model

By Britt Coffey, PhD, MEd

Increasingly, the field of deaf education is moving toward an itinerant, consultation-focused model. This presentation will consider how to structure indirect services to increase impact, encourage educator buy-in, and go beyond the “one and done” team training in pursuit of sustained and impactful communication with teams.

About the Virtual Conference

Supporting Success is pleased to make available a rich educational event in the form of a Virtual Conference held January to April.

Our goal is to provide practical and readily implementable information to persons who support the success of students who are hard of hearing or deaf in the US and internationally.

The sessions are video-recorded in a conference setting, so you will feel involved and engaged as a conference participant. Each session will have one or more activity or discussion elements to engage participants and enhance implementation of concepts. View sessions individually or with your group. View and review sessions throughout the conference  period to enhance your learning.

All courses are fully captioned.

The Virtual Conference offers 20 hours of professional development. You can choose the 3, 6, 9, or all 14 courses depending upon your interests and CEU needs.

Learn more and register!

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