Past Meetings

Social and Emotional Learning In partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Special Education Team
UW Superior, Yellow Jacket Union
September 6, 2018

Agenda

Sessions 9.6.18

Presenter handouts and slides are available on a Google site.

Keynote: Dr. Dipesh Navsaria — Books Build Better Brains: How Promoting Literacy is Key to Early Brain Development

Dr. Dipesh Navsaria

 

Sectionals:

  • Teach Me to Cope with My Strong Emotions- Supporting the Learning of Self-Regulation in Young Children
  • Supporting Social Emotional Learning and Literacy through Home-School Collaboration
  • Implementing Social Interventions for High School Students with Autism
  • Integrated Experience
  • Making Social and Emotional Connections to High School Literacy
  • Using Wisconsin’s SEL Competencies to Support IEP Development
  • Every Child Healthy Outcomes (ECHO) coalition and CLTS of Douglas County and local resources

Wisconsin DPI’s Social and Emotional Learning website includes videos, curriculum, case studies and a parent toolkit.

Presentations will be available on the Community of Practice on ASD/DD YouTube Channel when ready.

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CCR IEP and ASD/DD (College and Career Ready Individual Education Program and Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities)
UW South Madison Partnership/Madison, Wisconsin
May 30, 2018

Agenda

Katie Berg’s (presenter) Google site has the powerpoint slides and other resources under the Training Material tab.

Wisconsin DPI’s CCR IEP website includes portals to forms, learning resources and a discussion tool.

Presentations will be available on the Community of Practice on ASD/DD YouTube Channel when ready.

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SELF-
Madison Area Technical College and multiple viewing sites
Wednesday, Mar. 14, 2018

Agenda

Presentations are available on the Community of Practice on ASD/DD YouTube Channel.

Beyond Access: Meaningful Inclusion in Curriculum, Career and Community
University of Wisconsin—La Crosse
La Crosse, Wisconsin
October 25, 2017

Agenda

  • From Disability to Possibilities: The Power of Lifelong Inclusive Practices
    Dr. Patrick Schwarz
  • Team Building Classroom Activity
  • Differential Instruction and UDL Template
  • Differential Instruction and UDL Template
    Dr. Patrick Schwarz
  • From Successful Inclusive Schools to Successful Inclusive Communities
    Dr. Patrick Schwarz
  • True Grit: Jesse Horn 
  • Ask Yourself: Self- Questioning Strategy for Students with
    Significant Disabilities
    Jessica McQueston
  • Family Engagement in the IEP: Supporting Students with ASD and DD to be College & Career Ready
    Cheri Sylla
  • Peer-Mediated Strategies within the Classroom (with a Literacy Focus)
    Jessica McQueston
  • Family Engagement in the IEP: Supporting Students with ASD and DD to be College & Career Ready
    Cheri Sylla

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Mental Health and Autism/Developmental Disabilities
March 8, 2017–Multiple Sites

Agenda

Beyond Access: Meaningful Inclusion in Curriculum, Career and Community
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Reeve Memorial Union
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
October 24, 2017

Agenda

Becoming an Adult

    • October 1, 2016–Madison College, Truax Campus

      • Opening Speaker: Amanda Bell, LOV-Dane,

Journey to the Good Life

      • Panel of Experts: Alex Shariff, Zach Shariff, Matt Ward; Facilitated by Kelly Brodhagen.

Short Bios of Panelists

 

Improving Achievement by Addressing Anxiety and Mental Health Needs of Students

    • May 4, 2016–Superior & May 6, 2016–Oshkosh

This event was held in collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Autism Program Support Teachers (PSTs) and the University of Wisconsin-Superior

    • Handouts and agendas are available at

http://tinyurl.com/15-16AutismPSTCoP.

    • Some presenters were unable to submit handouts.

 

    • The recorded sessions are available at

http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016

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Keynote: Megan Farley, PhD (UW Madison / Waisman Center), “Behavioral Health Challenges and Strategies for Students with ASD”

View webcast at http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016/videos/122714168

Panel: Real Life Stories of Coping with Stress and Anxiety in School–Matthew LaBerge, Mitchell LaBarge, Talyer Wilson; Facilitated by Julie LaBerge
View webcast at http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016/videos/122702664

    Sectionals

  • Oshkosh AND Superior Sectionals
    Supports for Anxiety in Classroom–Connie Persike, MS, SLP-CCC/Jessica Nichols, BASocial and Behavioral Differences for Females and Males with ASD–Megan Farley, PhD
    View webcast at http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016/videos/122678919
  • Oshkosh Additional Sectionals
    Universal Mental Health Frameworks and Supports–Christie Gause-Bemis, WDPISupporting Students wtih Autism and Mental Health Conditions in the Classroom: Inclusive Practices that Work–Carrie Dieter, Administrator, Brillion Schools & Elizabeth Langteau, OTR, Autism Consultant, CESA 7
    View webcast at http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016/videos/122683623
  • Superior Additionals Sectionals
    Supporting Mental Health / Anxiety in Home and Transitioning to School (Liz Wabindato, WSPEI / DTAN)Supports for Students with ASD during the Transition to Adulthood (Leann Smith, UW Madison / Waisman)
    View webcast at http://livestream.com/DHSWebcast/HECoPASD2016/videos/122689517

Interpersonal Safety & Law Enforcement
Feb 3, 2016–Multi-site Webcast

Details of the day

  • Resource Sheet including presentation slides and websites.
  • Adobe Connect recording of parts of the day is available at
    https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p3s487l55nq/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal
    The sound quality is not great and Mark Sweet was not able to be recorded.
  • Agenda
  • Mark Sweet, Disability Rights Wisconsin–Interpersonal Safety (not recorded)
  • Emily Levine, Autism Society of SE Wisconsin–A Word on Wondering
  • Daniel Parker, Department of Public Instruction–Web-based Resources to Help
  • Officers Andrew Naylor and Andrew Bruce from the City of Madison Police Department (MPD) will talk about the MPD Mental Health Officer Program and “What to Expect when Law Enforcement Shows Up”.

Early Diagnosis and Access to Services
October 27, 2015–Milwaukee Youth Arts Center

Agenda

Thank you to the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin the UW-Madison LEND program and First Stage for supporting this meeting.

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Tools for Transition: Learn them Early, Use them for Life
May 28, 2015–Madison College, Truax Campus

Agenda

The following webcasts have been archived and can be accessed at
http://dhsmedia.wi.gov/main/Catalog/Full/811f83415ec04ae6b785e188f015f5a021

Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Doing More By Doing Less for Young People on the Autism Spectrum
Moving into the Future: Russell McCullough
Research on Interventions for Young Adults with ASD
Strengths-Based Employment for Students with Autism: Sam’s Story
DRAFT descriptions of presentations

Strenth-based Employment for Students with Autism–Jennifer Emmel and panel

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Supportive Communities: Building Educational Supports to Promote Reading Success
February 12, 2015–Chula Vista Resorts, Wisconsin Dells

    • Please view the

Google Document folder

    • which holds all of the presentation materials for this meeting.

 

    • The following webcasts from

February 12, 2015 Supportive Communities: Building Educational Supports to Promote Reading Success

    • have been archived and can be accessed at

http://dhsmedia.wi.gov/main/Catalog/Full/de40554b2bed4da1884eaf37ae51e0a321 Building Comprehension through Evidence Based Strategies
Authentic Literacy in Inclusive Settings for Students with Complex Communiction Needs

Supportive Communities: Building Family Capacity in Community
September 27, 2014–Portage County Library in Stevens Point

Agenda

    • The following webcasts have been archived and can be accessed at

http://dhsmedia.wi.gov/main/Play/c0dc5422c63e400ab0ca06bd001951781d You Are Not Alone: The Power of Resiliency
Panel on Bulding Family Capacity in Community
A Family’s Story

 

Learn Your ABCs: All Behavior Communicates
May 29, 2014–Madison College, Truax Campus

Agenda

    • The following webcasts have been archived and can be accessed at

http://dhsmedia.wi.gov/main/Catalog/Full/86598f9d68584bd9afe2661d3307f8d821 Supporting People with Autism and Challenging Behavior
Mental Wellness and Keeping and Even Keel
Laugh for your Mental Health Breaks
Anxiety
Working to change acute problem behaviors: Assessing and treating in crisis (Behavioral Intervention)

 

Creating Positive Social Environments
February 27, 2014–Country Springs, Pewaukee

Agenda