Tuesday July 17 Schedule


7:30 AM -8:00 AM | Registration


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM | Welcome & Awards
Room: Regency BC


9:00 AM -10:45 AM | Keynote PanelJamie Basham, Jose Blackorby, Karrie Shogren, Sue Vernon, & Kelli Thomas
Room: Regency BC


10:45 AM - 11:00 AM | BREAK



Social/Emotional Skill Instruction: Who, What, Why, When and How
Room:
Regency A
Topic: Social Emotional Learning

Presenter:  Sue Vernon, President, Social Perspective - Lawrence, KS


Innovations in Educational Technology, Open Educational Resources and SIM: Development of accessible digital learning materials to support students with disabilities with SIM resources.
Room: Regency BC
Topic: Technology to Improve Instruction​
Presenter:  Jose Blackorby, Senior Director of Research and Development, CAST Inc., Boston, MA


Supporting the Implementation of UDL to Advance Achievement for All Learners
Room: Regency D
Topic: Technology to Improve Instruction​
Presenter: Jamie Basham, Associate Professor - Department of Special Education, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS


Assessment and Intervention to Promote Self-Determination
Room: Brazilian B
Topic:  Social Emotional Learning
Presenter: Karrie Shogren, Professor - Department of Special Education, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS


12-1:15 p.m. | Lunch on your own


1:15 PM - 2:30 PM | Panel & Concurrent Sessions

Workshop Activities for Paragraph Writing 
Room: Regency A
Topic:  Instructional Strategies
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenter: Jean Schumaker, President, Edge Enterprises Inc.,  Lawrence, KS


Visible Learning, Content Enhancement, High-Impact Instruction and Instructional Coaching: Putting Together the Pieces of the Achievement Puzzle
Room: Regency B
Topic:  Instructional Coaching
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenter: 
Jim Knight


Introducing CORGI:  New Instructional Technology Supports for Content Enhancement Routines
Room: Regency C
Topics: Instructional Strategies, Professional Learning, Policy, Teaching Content to Diverse Learners, Technology to Improve Instruction​

Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenters: Jose Blackorby | Jan Bulgren


Are We Truly Personalizing Learning for Diverse Learners? A Critical Interpretive Synthesis of Empirical Studies
Room: Regency D
Topic:  Technology to Improve Instruction​
Session Type:  Panel
Presenters: Ling Zhang, Jamie Basham


Learn About a New Strategic Math Series Manual:  Teaching Multiplication Using Partial Products
Room: Brazilian B
Topic: Instructional Strategies
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenters: Margaret Flores, Jessica Milton, Bradley Kaffar

 


2:30 PM - 2:45 PM | BREAK


 2:45 PM - 4 PM | Concurrent Sessions

Bullying and the Special Learner:  Using Community Building Strategies and Self Advocacy Strategies to Empower the Special Learner
Room: Regency A
Topic:  Social Emotional Learning
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenter: Belinda Mitchell


Strengthening Student Reasoning with the Scientific Argumentation Routine
Room: Regency B
Topic: Instructional Strategies, Adolescent Literacy, Instructional Coaching/Professional Learning
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenter: Janice Creneti


Embedding Experiential Learning into Professional Development with Interactive Virtual Learning Environments
Room: Regency C
Topic:  Technology to Improve Instruction
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenters:  Susanne James | Marti Elford


Nurturing Student Engagement in the Learning Process:  A Web-based Version of Possible Selves
Room: Regency D
Topic:  Social Emotional Learning​
Session Type:  Panel
Presenters:  Michael Hock | Sarah Williams | Morgan James


Increasing Understanding and Fluency in Multiplication and Division with CRA
Room: Brazilian B
Topic:  Instructional Strategies
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenters:  Jessica Milton | Margaret Flores


Using SIM with English Language Learners -- Perfecto!
Room: Brazilian D
Topic: Instructional Strategies
Session Type:  Concurrent
Presenters: Beth Lasky | Monica BoomgardDorothee Chadda | Sarah Eylands


4:15 pM -5:00 PM | SIM Certificate Ceremony / SOCIAL

Room: Regency BC



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