Inclusion from Birth
Presenters: Nancy Lindeman, Duna Strachan
Target Audience: Infant and Toddler
The earliest years are when we must be most alert to signs and symptoms of students’ special needs, so that we can address them as swiftly as possible. This workshop will cover all the aspects of building an inclusive classroom, from what to look for and how to gather data in Infant and Toddler classrooms to effective and supportive communication and coordination with families, pediatricians, and therapists. This webinar was originally presented as an AMS conference workshop.
- Learn what to look for and how to gather data in Infant and Toddler classrooms
- Understand how to communicate effectively and supportively with families, pediatricians, and therapists.
About the Presenters
Nancy Lindeman, MA, is director of the Institute for Montessori Innovation at Westminster College, in Salt Lake City, UT, where she also teaches several special education courses. MEPI-credentialed (Early Childhood, Elementary I–II, Administrator).
Duna Strachan, MEd, is founder and executive director of Soaring Wings International Montessori School, in Park City, UT, founder of the Utah Montessori Council, and Infant & Toddler coordinator at the Institute for Montessori Innovation at Westminster College, in Salt Lake City. AMS-credentialed (Infant & Toddler, Early Childhood).
Individuals (Certificate of Continuing Professional Development for 1 person)
$45/AMS member *Free for all members (PLUS, Basic) members using complimentary PD vouchers
Organizations (Includes up to 15 attendees; each participant will receive their own login.)**
$175/AMS member organization
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**If you are registering as a group, you will be prompted to add all of the attendees’ names during purchase (up to 15, including the person who is purchasing the session).
If you register and then cancel, we will be happy to credit your payment toward another webinar of your choice. Credits may not be used toward the cost of on-demand webinars.