How do teachers create a sense of belonging for every student in their classroom?
In this webinar, Cheryll Duquette, author of Finding a Place for Every Student, will explore tried-and- tested ways to work with students with exceptionalities. Her practical strategies will help you identify and meet student needs around learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities, mental health disorders, sensory impairments, and more. Cheryll will discuss a wealth of hands-on strategies that promote strong student-teacher relationships, build student confidence, encourage students to work with peers, and nurture collaboration with parents. During this webinar, you’ll learn how to
• gain a better understanding of student challenges that range from autism and mental health issues to learning disabilities and behavior management
• identify the varied and unique needs, strengths, and interests of your students
• use proven strategies that both address individual needs and reach all students
• meet the social and academic needs of your students in a smooth-running classroom
Cheryll Duquette is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Ottawa. Her research focuses mainly on inclusive education. Cheryll taught students with exceptionalities in general education and special education classrooms at both the elementary...