Michigan Alliance for Families proudly presents our webinar series! A webinar is an online presentation you can attend without having to leave your home or office. It’s an opportunity to hear an expert speak for about an hour on a topic that interests you. The February webinar schedule is listed here, and a series for April is in the works.
February 4, 12pm-1pm What is a Due Process Hearing for Special Education?
One of the dispute resolution options available under the law is a due process hearing. This webinar will cover the process, timelines, and components.
DUE PROCESS PPT HANDOUT, TOOLS FOR RESOLUTION HANDOUT
February 11, 12pm-1pm Understanding the Evaluation Process Is your child eligible for special education?
This webinar will explain the evaluation process for determining eligibility for special education supports and services in Michigan.
February 18, 12pm-1pm After the Evaluation, What Next?
Has my child been found eligible for Special Education or NOT? If found eligible – now what? If not found eligible – now what? This webinar will cover both possibilities.
February 25, 12pm-1pm and repeated 7pm-8pm Progress Monitoring
How do you know if your child is making progress on their IEP Goals and Objectives? Learn about collecting and charting data during this webinar.
On Demand Webinars
We have an archive of webinars available for when you need access to learn, understand, and manage topics related to special education. Our webinars (like all of our learning opportunities) are free for parents, caregivers, and educators.
We partner with experts from across the state to present “live” webinars at specific times. Each archived webinar and the accompanying Powerpoint presentation (PPT) is listed below. All of our webinars are available for viewing on our Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/MichiganAlliance). A WMV (Windows Media Video) file is also avalailable for download. Many webinar how-to questions are answered on our FAQ page. If you need more assistance, please contact us.
TOPICS: Academics Assistive Technology Autism Individualized Education Program (IEP) Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) Problem Solving Section 504 Transitioning to Adulthood