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Expert Answers: Dr. Kimberly Gibbons on Sustainable Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

The second webinar for our Results Matter: Closing the Achievement Gap webinar series was led by expert on RtI and MTSS Dr. Kimberly Gibbons. During “Getting Results with a Sustainable Multi-Tiered Support System” Dr. Gibbons provided strategies for MTSS implementation with a focus on approaches for effective leadership and sustainability. After the webinar, Dr. Gibbons sat down

Dr. Ross Greene in Conversation with Clay Whitehead

The final webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful webinar series was led by author and creator of the Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) model Dr. Ross Greene. During “Lost and Found: What Works (and What Doesn’t) for Behaviorally Challenged Students,” Dr. Greene challenged listeners to change their thinking about discipline and working with

Dr. Ed Dunkelblau in Conversation with Clay Whitehead

The second webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful webinar series was led by world-renowned expert in SEL Dr. Ed Dunkelblau. During “SEL: The Real Skills for Success!,” Dr. Dunkelblau unpacked specific SEL skills and explained why they are important. After the webinar, our co-founder and co-CEO Clay Whitehead and Dr. Dunkelblau

Dr. Frances Stetson in Conversation with Clay Whitehead

The first webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful webinar series was led by one of the nation’s leading consultants on inclusionary practices, Dr. Frances Stetson. During “Inclusion is for Every Learner – Or Is It?,” Dr. Stetson discussed inclusionary practices and inappropriate identification of students for special education services. Her

Q&A with Dr. Shari Robertson

Our second Special Agents of Change webinar “How to Become a Change Agent for Better Readers With Early Collaborative Partnerships” with communication intervention and literacy expert Dr. Shari Robertson concluded with an enlightening Q&A portion which touched on tweaking collaborative reading strategies for different student populations and other topics. What are the best ages for

Q&A with Trip Hawkins and Janice Toben, M.Ed.

Our first Special Agents of Change webinar, “How Games Can Help Children with Special Needs Develop Critical Life Skills” with gaming pioneer Trip Hawkins and co-founder of the Institute for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Janice Toben sparked a lively discussion about gaming, SEL and their role in special education. What age and cognitive range