Special Education Hot Topic Workshops
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This spring, CEC’s most sought-after workshop is coming to Escanaba, Michigan, bringing you one of the leading experts in special education to help you with a major issue facing the field: Leading special education at a school site.

Leading Special Education at the School Site: A Comprehensive Workshop

Thursday, May 18, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Bay de Noc Community College
Joseph Heirman University Center (JHUC)
Room 952
2001 N Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829  

As a school administrator, you are expected to be an expert on everything. You're judged on the achievements of your students, the quality of your teachers, the level of decorum in your building, and the dropout rate of your students. The one thread that runs through all of these issues is providing high quality special education services to children who come to school with learning, mental, social, emotional, and/or physical disabilities.

Get the information you need to be an effective leader from David Bateman, Ph.D., who literally wrote the book on leadership at the school site. This full-day workshop will include in-depth discussions around special education law and regulations, eligibility processes and decisions, discipline and school-wide behavior programs, and accountability and data-informed decision making.

Join your colleagues in Escanaba as Dr. Bateman steers you through the maze of issues in your daily work related to educating children with disabilities. A free copy of “A Principal's Guide to Special Education”—valued at $42.95—and lunch are included in your registration. Group rates are available—contact us to learn more.

By the end of this Hot Topic Workshop, you'll be a school administrator who can:

  • Discuss individual education programs and the principal’s role
  • Identify advanced strategies for dealing with parents
  • Describe strategies for dealing with discipline for students with disabilities
  • Demonstrate understanding in the development of Section 504 plans

Who should attend:

  • School & district administrators
  • Principals
  • Inclusion coaches
  • Teachers
  • Teacher educators

 David Bateman

David F. Bateman, Ph.D. is a professor of special education at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses in learning disabilities, special education law, and assessment. He is a former due process hearing officer for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He uses his knowledge of litigation relating to special education to assist school districts in providing appropriate supports for students with disabilities. His latest area of research has been on the role of principals in special education. He has been a classroom teacher of students with learning disabilities, behavior disorders, intellectual disability, and hearing impairments. Dr. Bateman earned a B.A. in government and foreign affairs from the University of Virginia, an M.Ed. in special education from the College of William & Mary, and a Ph.D. in special education from the University of Kansas.

 

Lunch and a copy of A Principal's Guide to Special Education are included with your registration.

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Workshop Location

Bay de Noc Community College
Joseph Heirman University Center (JHUC)
Room 952
2001 N Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829