Online registration for the TASH Regional Conference in St. Louis, MO will end Wednesday, July 30th
After July 30th, you will only be able to register in person. Save time and register online today!
Education Equity Matters is a one-day TASH regional conference with a specific focus on evidence-based practices in educating students with significant disabilities in inclusive classrooms and school communities. This conference will be held at the University of
Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL), JC Penney Conference Center.
You are still wondering why you should attend? Here are the top 3 reasons why you should attend:
1. Master Important Positive Behavior Support Skill for the Classroom! We will focus on essential management strategies to maximize appropriate engagement while reducing challenging behavior within the classroom.
2. Gain the skills needed to influence school board, administration, teachers and support staff to make the change to provide inclusive practices to students with all abilities! You will be able to identify the 8 essential features of instructional/classroom management; explain the critical features of performance feedback peer coaching and classroom problem solving teams; and locate assessment tools and supporting information to implement effective classroom practices.
3. Learn about new evidence-based instructional practices and student focused planning approaches! Those attending Education Equity Matters will also be introduced to the concepts
and leaders of the SWIFT Center, a national technical assistance center that supports academic and behavioral outcomes of all students.
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