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Last Date to Register: 1/15/2019 11:59 PM
Agency: CESA 2
Agency Contact: Diane Jensen
Agency Assistant: Maryam Enterline 262-473-1473
Location: CESA 2 - Whitewater
1221 Innovation Drive
Whitewater, WI 53190
Facility: Room 111
Date/Time:
1/18/2019 08:30 AM - 03:00 PM
3/1/2019 08:30 AM - 03:00 PM
4/5/2019 08:30 AM - 03:00 PM

Presenters: Paula Dabel, Diane Jensen and Stephanie Woloshin

Cost: $300, includes lunch

Description: Fostering independence is essential in preparing students with IEP’s for their next step toward successful transition in their educational journey and post-secondary options.  Independence begins in Pre-K and is a critical component of every step in their classroom experience. Providing students with the tools to demonstrate independence is part of the skills that need to be explicitly taught.  

Disability resource coordinators from local post-secondary institutions shared three anchors for a successful transition to living independently.   Personal Leadership includes self-advocacy for individual learning needs and appropriate supports. Self-regulation, self-reflection, setting goals - academic and behavior are all components of Personal Leadership.   Assistive Technology literacy means understanding the resources available and being able to access supports as appropriate. Web resources, apps, and other assistive technology tools will be explored for a range of needs around literacy, writing, note-taking, and organization.  Community Building means being a part of something beyond academics in the classroom. Social capital builds confidence and leads to greater success. Collaboration and community include skills within the classroom, within the school, and within the larger community working collaboratively with peers for a greater purpose.

Speech-Language Pathologists will have job-alike time to focus on specific communication issues around areas of Personal Leadership, Assistive Tech, and Collaborative/Community COmmunication skills, as well as DPI updates for speech and language and case-specific discussion/ problem-solving.

November 16 - Developing Personal Leadership

January 18 - Incorporating Assistive Technology Tools

March 1 - Fostering Community Connections

 

About the Presenters:

Paula DabelPaula Dabel is the Transition Coordinator, Educational Consultant and CPI Trainer for CESA 2. Previously, Paula was a special education teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and Milton School Districts. Paula received her Bachelor and her Master's Degrees from UW- Whitewater.

 

 

 

 

 

Diane JensenDiane Jensen has over 30 years of teaching experience as a middle and high school special education teacher, instructional coach, and most recently as a 5th-grade general education teacher. The majority of Diane’s career was at Monona Grove High School as a special education teacher and instructional coach with an emphasis on college and career readiness skills, differentiation, and effective instructional practices. This is Diane’s 5th year working exclusively with teachers via professional development and on-site coaching experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

Stephanie Cobbs WoloshinStephanie Cobbs Woloshin, M.S., CCC-SLP/Certified Autism Specialist. Stephanie is a practicing speech-language pathologist and certified autism specialist with 26 years of experience and national, state and DPI certifications. She is the coordinator at CESA 2 for the Itinerant Services Team and the CESA 2 Speech and Language Network. Stephanie works closely with speech-language pathologists in the CESA 2 region to keep them updated on current issues in the field and helps local districts coordinate service provision to students with disabilities in the following areas: Educational Audiology, Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, Visually Impaired, Orientation and Mobility, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech-Language Disability.

 

 

 

 


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