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Positive Behavioral Visuals Supports webinar

Date: April 16, 2020

Time: 3:30-4:30

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Sharon Redmon, M.S., Ad.Ed.~Assistive Technology; ATPinternet 991

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Visual support: They are not just decorative words written into IEPs and BIPs, they are actual tools that can help support positive behavior in your class for all students! Teaching teachers, paras and parents the Why and How of visual supports.  We know visual supports are powerful.  We know using them is best practice. They why is are they not used every day?  Why are they so hard to implement? We will learn a bit about what visual supports are, why they can help support struggling learners and most


Importantly how to get them from the IEP into the classroom and utilized by students! Visuals Visuals Visuals


Participants describe the what and why of using visual supports

Participants will locate two resources for ready-made visual supports and name two customizable programs that can be used to create your own visual supports


Participants will be able to implement visual supports into three routines in their students/classroom day


Sharon Redmon is a SpEd and GenEd teacher with over 20 years of experience.  She holds a Masters of Science degree in Adaptive Education: Assistive Technology and an Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP) license from RESNA. Sharon's passion for AT and especially AAC began with her first teaching job in WI where she became involved in WATI and continues today as a leader in the WI AAC Network created by an AAC Communicator.  Sharon has been an AT specialist for a WI and WA school district, ECSE teacher (low incidence population), SPED/ABA/Autism coordinator/teacher, high school and kindergarten teacher and now ATP in private practice. Her classroom experience in WI, WA and overseas schools, has given her a unique perspective on how UDL, AT, and AAC intertwine.  She is excited to be back in Washington State and working with individuals of all ages and abilities to access communication and their environment.

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