POSTPONED TIL FALL, NEW DATE TBD
Facilitated by: Meagan Roy, CVSD Dir. of Student Support Services and Erin Maguire, EWSD Director of Equity and Inclusion
Location: ONLINE -Zoom platform *invitation will be sent to Registered participants.
Target Audience: Educators K-12
Classroom teachers, in collaboration with their special education colleagues, are the single most important influence in a student’s life. Supporting, accommodating and instructing students with special education needs is an integral part of every teacher’s work. Join us to learn about your critical role delivering first instruction to all of your students.
- Understand the tenets of universal design and the importance of creating educational programming that reaches each learner in the classroom
- Understand basic special education requirements and regulations critical for classroom teachers
- Learn about recent Vermont legislation around the implementation of multi-tiered systems of supports and special education rule changes that impact educators
|Date:||March 31, 2021|
About our Presenters: As a special education director and Director of Equity, Erin Maguire has had years of experience in the LEA role and has trained principals for their LEA roles. Meagan Roy, Ed.D. is the Director of Student Support Services for the Champlain Valley School District. Meagan has years of experience leading student support services and as a special education teacher in Vermont, with a focus on implementing tiered systems of support. She was a member of the lead writing team for the VT MTSS Field Guide and currently chairs the Act 173 Advisory Group that was established as a result of the passing of Act 173 in 2018.