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“Inclusionary Practice in Education: A Seminar for Neuropsychologists” (4CE) Donna Lehr, Ph.D., Julia Landau, Esq.  
Saturday, October 27, 2018 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wheelock College of Education and Human Development (a.k.a. Boston University School of Education), 2 Silber Way, Boston, 02215, SED Room 423

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“Inclusionary Practice in Education: A Seminar for Neuropsychologists” (4 CEs)

Donna Lehr, PhD  & Julia Landau, Esq

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Check-in, social, and breakfast refreshments: 9am-10am

Lecture: 10am-3pm

MNS Members: $80  (discount coupons not accepted for this special 4-CE seminar)

Non-members: $105

Special low price for all Students (no CE's): $35

Includes: Coffee, juice, and pastries between 9am-10am and a sandwich & salad buffet at lunchtime

Location: Wheelock College of Education and Human Development (a.k.a. Boston University School of Education), 2 Silber Way, Boston, 02215, SED Room 4

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Donna Lehr, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Program Director of the Special Education Program and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the School of Education at Boston University. Dr. Lehr has focused her teaching and research on issues related to the educational of students who have severe disabilities, including children with autism and young children with special needs. Currently, Dr. Lehr's work has three emphases: the inclusion of students with severe disabilities in general education, alternate statewide assessment, and issues and practices in educating students with complex health care needs.

Julia Landau is the director of Massachusetts Advocates for Children’s Disability Education Justice Initiative and the Autism Center. Ms. Landau, a specialist in special education law, has over 35-years of experience conducting legislative advocacy and litigation on behalf of children with disabilities.   She has served as a public policy advocate in many major legislative campaigns, including laws addressing the overhaul of the state special education law, transition rights of older students, and participation of students with disabilities in the state high stakes graduation tests, assistive technology, and the establishment of rights and services for children on the autism spectrum. Ms. Landau has developed special education law training curricula and provided workshops for parents and professionals throughout the Commonwealth.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will:

  • Develop an understanding of the rationale for inclusion of students with disabilities in general education settings (educational, sociological and legal).
  • Develop an understanding of meaningful inclusion of students with disabilities in general education settings.
  • Develop an understanding of the nature of effective strategies for inclusion of children with disabilities
  • Develop an understanding of the relationship between evaluators and educators in developing inclusionary programs

Instructional level of lecture: Intermediate. Intended for neuropsychologists and psychologists

There is no commercial support for this CE program.

 

 

The Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists.  The Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

 

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