Early Childhood Webinar: Promoting Children’s Engagement

Vanderbilt’s Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders (TRIAD) will present a 1-hour webinar focused on strategies for increasing engagement for autistic learners. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of approaches to scaffold classroom activities and instruction to meet the unique needs of diverse learners.

Participant Requirements
  1. Open to individuals directly serving students in an early childhood setting, supporting those who work directly with students in early childhood settings, and/or LEAs supporting early childhood educators.
  2. Register as an individual.
  3. Participants are expected to attend the entire webinar.
Training Topics
  • Individualizing instruction based on student need, interests, and present levels of performance
  • Scaffolding activities and/or instruction to meet student’s needs
Workshop Format
  • Large group instruction, modeling, and discussion via webinar format
  • Small group application activities
  • Individual refection and planning
Proof of Attendance Participants will receive certificates documenting their participation in the webinar. Participants will earn 1 hour of professional development.*
*Participants must attend the entire webinar to receive 1 hour of professional development.

November 16, 2022, 2 pm CST

Sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Education, through the Tennessee Technical Assistance Network (TN-TAN) and available at no cost to LEAs in Tennessee.

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