8485 Ridge Avenue , Cincinnati, OH 45236 United States
|At a glance||
|What we'll do||In addition to a keynote from Chris Ulmer, we will have breakout sessions that could include topics such as • identifying character strengths in students, overcoming behavior obstacles for a positive learning environment and developing an inclusion plan that works for everyone.|
|Who can do it||Anyone interested in learning about inclusive education.|
This half-day conference, hosted by the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati, focuses on ways to motivate, engage, connect with, and educate students with disabilities, specifically Down syndrome.
Our keynote speaker Chris Ulmer, motivational speaker, special ed professional, and creator of Special Books By Special Kids, will inspire us all with his approach to educating and connecting with extraordinary students. Breakout sessions will focus on best practices and new ideas for students of all abilities; attendees will walk away with easy-to-implement teaching tactics and real ways to make a difference in the classroom.
While this conference focuses on Down syndrome, the themes and learnings can be applied to students with any disability or learning challenge.
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to learn more about how to engage learners with Down syndrome and inclusive education as a whole! General Education teachers, administrators, Special Education teachers, intervention specialists, therapists, classroom aides, volunteers, parents, grandparents, college students, and others.