Featured Speaker Sessions

Featured Speaker Sessions

Tentative Listing of Workshop Sessions

Reggio Inspired Track


Featured Speaker Sessions

Andrea Alexander, Fun Science
You Know More Science than You Think

Promoting ideas...not products. This motivational workshop encourages teachers to conduct hands-on science experiments using simple and inexpensive materials. Learn to spruce up your science center, use open-ended questions and the six basic process science skills as a guide to teaching and motivating your students.

Debbie Clement, Rainbows within Reach
Music, Movement, Motivation and More! Stemming the Tide to Childhood Obesity

Time to get up and get moving. Lace up your dancin’ shoes! Jazz. Jump. Just feel the beat & move your feet! Simple songs and group dances to incorporate more movement into your day. Songs that will be asked for repeatedly. “Let’s do it again!” Simplest of choreography to get your whole group movin’ & groovin.’ Establish a foundation and desire to be more active, fighting the trend of sedentary lives and encroaching obesity. Cross the midline. Patterns and sequences!

Get a Grip: Fine Motor Support in Music and Dance

Fine motor development evolves from large muscle movement. Come learn songs and dances designed to focus on the task of fine motor skills. Blast off with “Sky Writing” and march on toward print directionality via “Top to Bottom.” Active, engaging songs for the PreK+K crowd as they work on the foundation skills of handwriting development.

Clap, Snap and Rap: Beat Driven Songs that Build Skills 

It’s the beat that wires brains toward math! Let the song’s beat drive the engagement in the children you serve. Move to the rhythm of beat-driven songs perfect for bringing active math and literacy into your classroom! Developing and supporting patterning, sequencing, articulation, phonetics and scaffolding skills is so much fun. Explore how to use repetition within songs to build anticipation as they predict what comes next. It’s all here!

Lyrics to Literacy: Read a Song and Sing a Book

Come celebrate all that you’ve learned. Let’s conclude our time together with a full serving of affirmation. Join award-winning author/illustrator Debbie Clement to recharge your batteries and get inspired and motivated all over again, ready to enter your classroom with new enthusiasm! We’ll celebrate the reasons you’re a teacher in the first place and remember the very important difference you make in the lives of the children you serve. Come and celebrate your contribution. Don’t miss this upbeat romp of excitement and enthusiasm as she shares her story of “changing the world, one song at a time.”

Jana Crosby, Kaplan Early Learning
Why Yes, We Do Read and Write in Early Childhood: Best Practices in Literacy Instruction for Young Children


Early literacy with young children builds the foundation for school success. This session will look at best practices to ensure that children are ready to begin school and develop a love of literacy through reading and emergent writing. Participants will leave with ideas to organize the classroom environment to support literacy and many ideas that can be easily implemented in to the early childhood classroom.

Learning Every Day: Key Components of Quality Curricula

All children are born to learn. This session will discuss components of quality curriculum and how to evoke a joy of learning in all children so that they learn every day.

Lella Gandini, Ed.D., U.S. Liaison for the Dissemination of the Reggio Emilia Approach

PreConference Session: Exploring the Role of Children, Teachers, and the Environment in Reggio Inspired
Programs

The session will use presentation, videos, discussion, and reflection to focus on the following topics.

  • The principles and values of the Reggio Emilia approach through stories of teachers and children from the infant toddler and preschools in the city of Reggio Emilia.
  • Children, teachers, and parents: discovering together their city and encountering nature.
  • Observation and Documentation as a means for reflection, planning and evaluation (assessment).
  • The 100 languages of children including the atelier, the environment and materials for discoveries promoting transformations, construction and learning with joy by teachers and children
  • Supporting literacy in the experience of young children?


Jack Hartmann, Hop 2 It Music

Every 1 Counts

Make basic math "super fun" and easy to learn with Jack's cool upbeat songs focusing on lots of Common Core skills and much more. Jack will get everyone singing, moving and learning simple child - friendly movements and activities to help your children learn numbers, counting, spatial concepts, opposites, shapes, patterns, calendar awareness, skip counting, and more.

Jump, Jive and Jiggle

Don't miss this fun session filled with songs that get your children dancing, moving and learning with powerful brain and body connections. Crossover moves and fun body moves to Jack’s wonderful diversity of great rhythms and beats will get your whole class energized and exercised! Just plain fun moving and learning together.

Leaping Letter Songs

Jack's newest collection of songs will be featured in this music and movement alphabet and letter sound learning session. 26 fun unique animal character songs teach children their ABC's and their letter sounds with lots of silliness, moving, dancing and alliteration. Songs included will be: Harry the Hippy Hippopotamus, Felipe's Fantastic Fun Fish Freeze, Bubba the Baby Bumble Bee, Adam the Action Ant. Lots of fun animals and learning about the alphabet.

Michael Levine, The Learning Groove
Interactive Literacy and Music

Get ready to sing, dance and fall in love with interactive literacy and music. Mr. Michael’s presentation is fun, inspirational and practical. He shares simple interactive songs and stories that teachers may use the next day. No musical experience is necessary. Michael shows how traditional techniques such as call and response, repetition and creative movement are applied in everyday lessons, classroom management and transitions. He will also demonstrate the connection to reading, writing and language development. With his guitar and dynamic singing voice Michael will have everyone singing, dancing and moving. As the music producer of the Pete the Cat songs & stories, Mr. Michael will also share the New York Times Bestselling books Pete the Cat I Love my White Shoes, Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes and other exciting Pete the Cat stories.

Interactive Literacy and Music as an Educational Tool

In this fun and pragmatic workshop, Mr. Michael demonstrates how interactive techniques such as repetition, prediction, call and response, rhyme and movement can be used to inspire and stimulate students' learning skills. He will also show how interactive music serves as a springboard for reading, writing and other language activities throughout your curriculum.

Brian Puerling
Technology as a Tool in the K-3 Classroom
Explore strategies that utilize technology as a tool for learning across the curriculum. Participants will be provided with a whole host of examples of how technology can support children's identity as writers, researchers, mathematicians, and artists.

Reflective and Intentional Teaching in the Digital Age

Technology provides young children with the ability to create, communicate, and share. Explore developmentally appropriate strategies to utilize technology as another tool for teaching in the early childhood classroom. Approaches to planning and reflection will also be explored. Attendees will also learn how to communicate with parents regarding a classroom's use of technology and how to support parent's use of technology at home.

Carol Russell, Emporia State University
Art for ALL Children Dr. Carol L. Russell & Mr. Fletch Russell, MFA

ALL children have the right to authentic art experiences, whatever ability level or challenges. This presentation will offer researched-based methods to explore children’s creativity, the importance of process over product, artistic developmental stages, and MANY ideas for authentically creative inclusive art experiences for ALL young children; specific adaptations/modifications; feedback suggestions; art appreciation; developmental benefits; and integrating the arts throughout the curriculum. Opportunities to explore one’s own creative history and expression will be included, as well as how this impacts the children and families with whom we work. Resources and ideas are fun, practical, and ready to implement on Monday!

Self-Reflection of Preschool, Early Intervention, Accessibility and Inclusion: Advice for Teachers & Families

Dr. Carol L. Russell & Ms. Tally Russell

Tally is a young lady who has faced many medical and physical challenges throughout her life. She graduated, Magna Cum Laude, from Emporia State University; she is in preparation to be a Sign Language Interpreter; she is also an author and has co-presented nationally and internationally on various topics. She continues to strive for her dreams. Tally and her mother reflect on the preschool years and early intervention from several perspectives. Topics such as: special needs awareness, accommodations, self-advocacy, assistive technology, and Person First Philosophy will be discussed. Struggles/successes will be openly shared, as well as suggestions for early childhood teachers and families.

SANDWICHED! Tales, Tips, and Tools to Balance Life in the Sandwich Generation

Dr. Carol L. Russell

The Sandwich Generation refers to those people in their middle years who find themselves attempting to balance their lives (and sanity) between caring for their children and aging parents, while keeping a job, stabilizing their marriage, and having little time to manage the hot flashes of life. Dr. Carol L. Russell, author of “Sandwiched!”, openly shares her family's journey as part of the Sandwich Generation and provides unique solutions and arrangements, including how to address:

* Communication
* Attitude
* Finances
* Organization
* Teaming and collaboration
* Asking for help
* Assistive techniques and technology
* Advocating
* Respite-care of the caregiver

Dr. Russell shares experiences, tips, and tools regarding what has worked and what has not worked, demonstrates how the family learned from mistakes, and offers strategies to keep life balanced. A positive attitude, commitment, and communication are key components to balancing life in the Sandwich Generation.

Jim Weiss, Greathall Productions
The Essential Role of Stories for Young Children

World-renowned storyteller and educator Jim Weiss, recipient of over one hundred major national awards, shows you how to use stories to teach the very young. The session examines the essential role stories play in learning development; special challenges for telling or reading aloud to young children; ways to foster student participation through stories; and how to choose appropriate stories and to “translate” a story to a young child’s level. This is a chance to learn “up close” from a Master Storyteller.

How to Tell a Story -- Or Read it Aloud

This is Master Storyteller Jim Weiss’s famous nuts-and-bolts, “how to” session on presenting stories. You’ll learn to understand the structure of stories; ways to create, tell, and read them aloud; how to change voices between characters; and why stories form the heart of informational and moral education. Called “the most useful session ever” by educators worldwide, this session offers hands-on tools for comfortably and productively reading aloud or telling stories to touch and teach your students.


Tentative Listing of Workshop Sessions

Preconference

Lella Gandini, Ed.D. Preconference Exploring the Role of Children, Teachers, and the Environment in Reggio-Inspired Programs Administrator/Director
Infant/Toddler
Preschool (3 -5)
Dept of Education and TN CCR&R Preconference Using the Revised TNELDS for Birth to 48 Months and Four-Year- Olds Tennessee Department of Education, Current PreK Teachers, and Child Care Resource and Referral Network All Participants
John Wheeler, Ph.D. & Jim Fox, Ph.D. Preconference Are You Ready? Adddressing the increased Prevalence in Autism through Professional Development All Participants

 Administrator/Director

Raquel Keithley, PT, DPT, PCS, CIMI Session 01 Friday - 8:30  - 9:45  Providing Optimal Care to Infants & Toddlers with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Hospital to Home Administrator/Director
Ariel Ford, M.A. Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15  Changing Classrooms with Participatory Adult Learning Strategies Administrator/Director, Technical Assistance Providers
Melissa Schweitzer Session 02 Friday -10:00  - 11:15  & Session 11 Saturday - 2:00  - 3:15  Dynamic Classroom Environments Administrator/Director
Beverly Wiginton,  Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  Response to Self Reporting Administrator/Director
Vicky Flessner, B.A. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  The Revolutionary Role of Space Administrator/Director
Laurie Clements, M.Ed. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Christmas in July: Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus Administrator/Director
Mary Myron, M.Ed. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Joyful Science Inquiry Administrator/Director
L. Kathryn Sharp, Ed.D. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Supporting Writing in Early Childhood Classrooms: Making it Work with the New Standards Administrator/Director
Dawn White, MFA Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  The Atelier: Where knowledge is constructed and ideas are made visible Administrator/Director
Sue Evans Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Teacher Effectiveness Initiative: Meeting the Challenge Administrator/Director
Tim Shaffer Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Worn Out from Warnings? Concrete tools for effective classroom management Administrator/Director
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT Session 07/08 Saturday - 8:30 - 11:15  Reflective and Intentional Teaching in the Digital Age Administrators/Director
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT
Session 11 Saturday -  2:00  - 3:15 
Technology as a Tool in the K-3 Classroom Administrator/Director

All Participants

Marty Silver, Park Ranger Session 01 Friday -  8:30  - 9:45  Nature Nearby All Participants
Michael Levine Session 01 Friday -  8:30 - 9:45 Interactive Literacy and Music as an Educational Tool All Participants
Alex Lester Session 01 Friday -  8:30  - 9:45  Emergency Preparedness All Participants
Yvette Mack, Ph.D., MSPH, MCHES Session 01 Friday -  8:30 - 9:45  Asthma 1-2-3 All Participants
Claudia Ware, M.S. Session 01 Friday -  8:30 - 9:45  & Session 07 Saturday 8:30 - 9:45 Interactive Learning through Children’s Literature All Participants
Jim Weiss Session 01 Friday -  8:30  - 9:45  & Session 11 Saturday 2:00  - 3:15  The Essential Role of Stories for Young Children All Participants
StephenBest, Ed.S. Session 02 Friday - 10:00 - 11:15  What is “going on” with our children? Is it Sensory, Emotional, Physical, or Cognitive? All Participants
Debbie Clement Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15  Music, Movement, Motivation and More! Stemming the Tide to Childhood Obesity All Participants
Lin Venable, M.Ed. Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15  “I just don’t like that child” Confronting Feelings to Build Positive Relationships with Children All Participants
Maria Sargent, Ph.D. Session 02 Friday -10:00  - 11:15  & Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Reaching the Hard-to-Reach Child: Recognizing and removing hidden learning barriers All Participants
Jack Hartmann, M.A. Session 03 Friday - 11:30  - 12:30 Every 1 Counts  All Participants
Michael Levine Session 04 Friday -12:45- 1:45  & Session 09 Saturday -11:30  -12:30  Interactive Literacy and Music All Participants
Carol Russell, Ph.D. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  Arts for ALL: Inclusive Creative Art Experiences All Participants
Colleen Hannafin Session 05 Friday -  2:00 - 3:15  Finger Plays: Playing with Words All Participants
Arnold Nyarambi, Ph.D. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  The Application of Technology in Afro-Caribbean Drumming with Young Children All Participants
Jim Weiss Session 05 Friday - 2:00  - 3:15 & Session 07 Saturday - 8:30 -  9:45  How to Tell a Story -- Or Read it Aloud All Participants
Cadwallader, B.S. Session 06 Friday -  3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Multiculturalism, the Natural World and Healthy Eating All Participants
Brownen McCormick Session 06 Friday - 3:30  - 4:30 & Session 11 Saturday - 2:00  - 3:15 Rainbow In My Tummy Portion Distortion: Uncovering the influences that impact how we feed children All Participants
Frances Cottrell, B.S. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30 -  9:45 Race & Culture: How it pertains to Early Childhood All Participants
Carol Russell, Ph.D. Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Self-Reflection of Preschool, Early Intervention, Accessibility and Inclusion: Advice for Teachers & Families All Participants
Debbie Clement Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Clap, Snap and Rap: Beat Driven Songs that Build Skills  All Participants
Jack Hartmann, M.A. Session 10 Saturday -12:45  - 1:45 Jump, Jive and Jiggle  All Participants
Carol Russell, Ph.D. Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 - 3:15  SANDWICHED!  Tales, Tips, and Tools to Balance Life  in the Sandwich Generation All Participants
Joan Popkin, Ph.D. HSP, LSSP, NCSP Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 - 3:15  Attachment Styles, Children, and Gender on Academic Competence All Participants
Debbie Clement Session 12 Saturday -  3:30 - 4:30   Lyrics to Literacy: Read a Song and Sing a Book  All Participants

 Infant/Toddler

Raquel Keithley, PT, DPT, PCS, CIMI Session 01 Friday -  8:30  - 9:45 Providing Optimal Care to Infants & Toddlers with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Hospital to Home Infant/Toddler
Amber Freeman, B.S. Session 01 Friday -  8:30 - 9:45  Babies Like to Move It, Move It! Movement with Infants and Toddlers Infant/Toddler
Teresa Boggs, M.S., CCC-SLP Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  Picky, Picky, Picky: Addressing eating challenges in Young Children Infant/Toddler
Rebecca Jenkins, B.S. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Dramatic Play in the Toddler Years Infant/Toddler
Linda Helton, B.S. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30  -  9:45 Why Felts in this World of Technology? Infant/Toddler
LeeAnn O’Dell, B.S. Session 08 Saturday - 10:00 - 11:15  Breastfeeding, Cloth Diapering, and Other Things That Make You Go, Oh My! Infant/Toddler, Family Child Care Providers
Johnson, M.S., R.D.
Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Cooking with Young Children in the Classroom: It’s easy and fun! Infant/Toddler

Preschool (3-5)   

 
Christy Isbell, Ph.D. Session 01 Friday - 8:30  - 9:45  & Session 05 Friday - 2:00  - 3:15 A New Perspective on Challenging Behaviors in Young Children: A sensory integrative approach Preschool (3-5)
Jana Crosby Session 01/02 Friday 8:30 - 11:15 Why Yes, We Do Read and Write in Early Childhood: Best Practices in Literacy Instruction for Young Children Preschool (3-5)
Jim Fox, Ph.D. Session 01/02 Friday 8:30 - 11:15 Positive Behavior Support in PreK and Early Elementary Grades: A Multi-Tiered Approach to Dealing with Behavior Problems and Promoting Positive Social Emotional Development Preschool (3-5)
Carol Bland, Ph.D. Session 02 Friday - 10:00 - 11:15 The Power of Read-Aloud: Using Picture Books to Support Inclusive Practice Preschool (3-5)
Crystal Cromwell, M.S. Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15 Beyond the Sandbox! A closer look at sensory based play Preschool (3-5)
Andrea Alexander Session 02 Friday -10:00  - 11:15 & Session 07 Saturday - 8:30  -  9:45  You Know More Science than You Think Preschool (3-5)
Amy Petersen, OTR/L Session 02 Friday -10:00  - 11:15  & Session 07 Saturday - 8:30  -  9:45 Scribble, Color, Draw: Key readiness skills essential for handwriting success Preschool (3-5)
Melissa Schweitzer Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15 & Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 - 3:15  Dynamic Classroom Environments Preschool (3-5)
Vicky Flessner, B.A. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  The Revolutionary Role of Space Preschool (3-5)
Teresa Boggs, M.S., CCC-SLP Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  Picky, Picky, Picky: Addressing eating challenges in Young Children Preschool (3-5)
Jana Crosby Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15 Learning Every Day: Key Components of Quality Curricula Preschool (3-5)
Vicki Gibson, Ph.D. Session 05/06 Friday -  2:00  - 4:30  How to Develop Foundational Skills for Math and Science Preschool (3-5)
Nicole O’Neal, B.S. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15 Pathways to School Readiness Preschool (3-5)
Karin Keith, Ph.D. Session 05 Friday -  2:00 - 3:15  & Session 11 Saturday -  2:00  - 3:15  Blowing Bubbles, Sizing up Sound: Integrating science, reading, and math Preschool (3-5)
Mary Myron, M.Ed. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Joyful Science Inquiry Preschool (3-5)
L. Kathryn Sharp, Ed.D. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Supporting Writing in Early Childhood Classrooms: Making it Work with the New Standards Preschool (3-5)
Robyn Brookshire Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Provocations from Italy: Supporting Teacher Inquiry and Reflection Preschool (3-5)
Debbie Clement Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Get a Grip: Fine Motor Support in Music and Dance Preschool (3-5)
J.J. Coward, M.A. Session 06 Friday - 3:30  - 4:30  From Cover to Cover! Making books come to life. Preschool (3-5)
Linda Helton, B.S. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30  -  9:45  Why Felts in this World of Technology? Preschool (3-5)
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT Session 07 Saturday - 8:30 -  9:45  Reflective and Intentional Teaching in the Digital Age Preschool (3-5)
Jack Hartmann, M.A. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30  -  9:45  Leaping Letter Songs Preschool (3-5)
Colleen Hannafin Session 07 Saturday -  8:30 -  9:45  Shake It Down, Turn Around: Let’s move our bodies and brains Preschool (3-5)
Vicki Gibson, Ph.D. Session 07/08 Saturday-8:30 -11:15 How to Develop Foundational Skills for Language and Literacy Preschool (3-5)
L. Kathryn Sharp, Ed.D. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30  -  9:45  Using Literacy to Address Bullying in the Classroom Preschool (3-5)
Dawn White, MFA Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  The Atelier: Where knowledge is constructed and ideas are made visible Preschool (3-5)
Sue Evans Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Teacher Effectiveness Initiative: Meeting the Challenge Preschool (3-5)
Rebecca Isbell, Ed.D. Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Story and Song: Building Brain Connections with Active Literacy Experiences Preschool (3-5)
Meka Wilhoit, Ed.S. Session 08 Saturday - 10:00 - 11:15  Common Core in the Kindergarten Classroom Preschool (3-5)
Rhonda Douglas, M.S. Session 08 Saturday - 10:00  -11:15  Reaching, Teaching, and Engaging at Group Time Preschool (3-5)
Michelle Johnson, M.S., R.D. Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 - 3:15  Cooking with Young Children in the Classroom: It’s easy and fun! Preschool (3-5)
Gayle Callis, B.S. Session 11 Saturday -  2:00  - 3:15 Ramps and Pathways: A constructivist approach to physics with young children Preschool (3-5)
Gloria Reilly Session 11 Saturday -  2:00 - 3:15  Building a Relationship with your Preschool Families Preschool (3-5)

Primary (Grades K-3)

Renee Moran, Ph.D. Session 01 Friday -  8:30  - 9:45  Scaffolding the Use of Non-fiction Text with Young Readers Primary (Grades K-3)
Jim Fox, Ph.D. Session 01/02 Friday 8:30 - 11:15 Positive Behavior Support in PreK and Early Elementary Grades: A Multi-Tiered Approach to Dealing with Behavior Problems and Promoting Positive Social Emotional Development Primary (Grades K-3)
Carol Junot Session 02 Friday - 10:00 - 11:15  The A B C’s of Phonics Primary (Grades K-3)
Carol Bland, Ph.D. Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15  The Power of Read-Aloud: Using Picture Books to Support Inclusive Practice Primary (Grades K-3)
Karin Keith, Ph.D. Session 05 Friday - 2:00- 3:15 & Session 11 Saturday - 2:00 - 3:15  Blowing Bubbles, Sizing up Sound: Integrating science, reading, and math Primary (Grades K -3)
Tim Shaffer Session 06 Friday - 3:30  - 4:30 Worn Out from Warnings? Concrete tools for effective classroom management Primary (Grades K -3)
Ruth Facun-Granadozo Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30 Toolkit for Effective Literacy Instruction Primary (Grades K-3)
Mary Myron, M.Ed. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Joyful Science Inquiry Primary (Grades K-3)
L. Kathryn Sharp, Ed.D. Session 06 Friday -  3:30  - 4:30  Supporting Writing in Early Childhood Classrooms: Making it Work with the New Standards Primary (Grades K-3)
L. Kathryn Sharp, Ed.D. Session 07 Saturday -  8:30 -  9:45  Using Literacy to Address Bullying in the Classroom Primary (Grades K -3)
Meka Wilhoit, Ed.S. Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Common Core in the Kindergarten Classroom Primary (Grades K -3)
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT Session 11 Saturday -  2:00  - 3:15  Technology as a Tool in the K-3 Classroom Primary (Grades K-3)
Gloria Reilly Session 11 Saturday -  2:00  - 3:15  Building a Relationship with your Preschool Families Primary (Grades K-3)
 

Special Educators  

Carol Bland, Ph.D.
Session 02 Friday - 10:00  - 11:15 
The Power of Read-Aloud: Using Picture Books to Support Inclusive Practice Special Educators
Linda Helton Session 07 Saturday -  8:30  -  9:45 Why Felts in this World of Technology? Special Educators
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT Session 07/08 Saturday-8:30 -11:15 Reflective and Intentional Teaching in the Digital Age Special Educators
Rhonda Douglas, M.S. Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Reaching, Teaching, and Engaging at Group Time Special Educators
Brian Puerling, M.S., NBCT Session 11 Saturday - 2:00  - 3:15  Technology as a Tool in the K-3 Classroom Special Educators
Carol Russell, Ph.D. Session 08 Saturday -10:00  - 11:15  Self-Reflection of Preschool, Early Intervention, Accessibility and Inclusion: Advice for Teachers & Families All Participants
Carol Russell, Ph.D. Session 05 Friday -  2:00  - 3:15  Arts for ALL: Inclusive Creative Art Experiences All Participants