Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process

September 15, 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Jill Barnhisel

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

The State of Ohio is a disability inclusion state. We promote access to our meetings and trainings. To request a reasonable accommodation due to a disability, please connect with (insert name and email) to request materials in accessible format or any other accommodations. 

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started – This session has ended
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement – This session has ended
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families – This session has ended
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity – This session has ended
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tamie Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

The morning sessions (9:00 – 11:00) that were previously advertised have been cancelled.