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Webinars

As a service to members, other professionals, and parents, AET hosts live webinars covering a wide variety of topics related to educational therapy. New webinars are added on a regular basis, recorded and made available to members and the public in the Webinar Archive.

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Upcoming Webinars

DEC7

Date: Tuesday, December 7th, 2021
Start time: 12:00 pm CST, 10:00 am PST
Duration: 90 minutes

Clarifying Special Ed Law: A Q&A with Peter Wright, Esq.

Presented by: Peter Wright

Members: FREE
Non-members: FREE

JAN19

Date: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022
Start time: 12:00 pm CST, 10:00 am PST
Duration: 60 minutes

The Impact of Digital Media: A Conversation with Maryanne Wolf, Ph.D

Presented by: Maryanne Wolf, Ph.D.
Facilitated by: Elizabeth Lutsky, M.A., BCET

Members: $15.00
Non-members: $25.00


Recent Webinars


Duration: 90 minutes

Neurodiversity in Action

Presented by: Barry M. Prizant, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

How can educational therapists best support individuals with disabilities and their families?

The growing understanding of neurodiversity can provide answers. Although all human beings have uneven developmental profiles, for people with disabilities, strengths and weaknesses may be more pronounced.

Using examples, Dr. Prizant will emphasize the respectful approach of trying to understand the experience of the person with a disability rather than simply trying to “fix” the person.

 

Members: $20.00
Non-members: $35.00


Duration: 90 minutes

Recovering from the Pandemic's Slow Motion Trauma: It's Impact and Considerations for Healing in the Classroom and Beyond

Kaye Ragland, Ed.D, LMFT BCET & Karen Lerner, ET/P

Recovering from the Pandemic's Slow Motion Trauma: It's Impact and Considerations for Healing in the Classroom and Beyond

Kaye Ragland, Ed.D, LMFT BCET & Karen Lerner, ET/P

 

Members: $20.00
Non-members: $30.00


Duration: 60 minutes

Feedback that Empowers: Communicating Assessment Results and Intervention Plans to Students and Parents

Karen Wilson, PhD

This webinar will review the rationale for conducting a neuropsychological assessment and how to present evaluation results and intervention strategies to parents and students so that they feel empowered and hopeful about next steps.

 

Members: $15.00
Non-members: $25.00


Duration: 60 minutes

Navigating Relationships with Parents and Students: How Do I Begin?

Ann Gordon, PhD, BCET & Risa Graff, MA, BCET, FAET

This webinar will offer guidance on ways to think about these first contacts and practical approaches that get the work of building relationships off to the best possible start.

 

Members: $15.00
Non-members: $25.00


Duration: 60 minutes

How To “Do” School In 4 Steps

Sean McCormick, M.Ed.

Do you want students to know how to make a to do list that works for them?
Do you want students to feel more successful after an Educational Therapy session?
In Sean’s “How to ‘Do’ School In 4 Steps” presentation, he will show you his replicable process for keeping your students organized, prepared, and on-task.

 

Members: $15.00
Non-members: $25.00