GLITCH: Empower Transition Through Technology
When students with disabilities Grow, Learn, and Innovate with TeCHnology (GLITCH), they create, shape, and maximize their abilities. Please join us as we explore tools, applications, and practices to help students successfully transition to the world of work, post-secondary learning, and independent living!
- Registration 8:15am
- Student Track 9:00am – 1:30pm
- Parent/Professional Track 9:00am – 2:30pm
Cost: FREE for educators, family members and students
Sponsored by Syracuse University Parent Advocacy Center (SUPAC), Central RSE-TASC, Mohawk Valley Community College, and The Kelberman Center
Presented by Kristine O’Brien, SUPAC Training Specialist
Post-Secondary Transition is planning and preparing for one’s future after high school while still in school. In this workshop, you will learn about the transition process for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). You will also learn the answers to the following questions and more:
- What does Post-Secondary Transition mean?
- When should planning begin for transition from school to the adult world?
- Who is involved in the transition process?
- What does transition planning look like in the IEP?
This training is open to all families that want to learn about transition planning for students with IEPs and is highly recommended for families of students in Middle School and High School.
This Presentation is Free—Registration is Required.
Participants will be sent a link to enter the webinar once they have registered.
Parent Engagement Series Provided for SCSD’s Parent University by SUPAC
Presented by Kristine O’Brien and Shana Lewis Parent Outreach Specialists at SUPAC
Session 8: Promoting Learning Over the Summer: Grades K-5
This is a hands-on workshop where parents will be able to make and take activities that will help their children to continue learning over the summer. Parents will also be provided with many more ideas including: academic activities, computer games, and places to visit. Be ready to learn and have fun!
ABOUT THIS SERIES: All parents and family members can and should have meaningful participation in their children’s education, especially when the child receives special education supports and services. Effectively communicating and collaborating with the school team is essential to improved outcomes for students with disabilities. SCSD is pleased to host this six-part Family Engagement Series presented by SUPAC-Syracuse University Parent Assistance Center. Each session will provide strategies and information to build upon the next in helping families to navigate and participate in the Special Education Process for their children!