Community Conversations: Emergency Home Learning and Students with Special Needs
Emergency Home Learning and Students with Special Needs
Wednesday, April 22 from 4 – 5 pm via Zoom Zoom registration required: Please click here!
Dr. Gina Riley, Program Coordinator/Clinical Professor: Adolescent Special Education Program, CUNY – Hunter College
Dr. Tammy Ellis-Robinson, Assistant Professor, Educational & Counseling Psychology, UAlbany
Caralee Kardash, Special Education Executive Principal, Capital Region BOCES
In this conversation, we will discuss emergency home learning during the current COVID crisis and parenting/educating children with special needs. Within this conversation, we will review:
Utilizing school-based resources
Differentiation within the emergency home learning environment
Facilitating emergency home learning for students with special needs/working from home
Distinct needs of caregivers
The benefits and challenges of emergency home learning from a special education perspective.
We will also have a Q and A period, where parents can share their own specific thoughts/concerns.