Despite decades of transition efforts fostering career opportunities for students with disabilities, there continue to be barriers to obtaining integrated employment as adults. This webinar will provide tools for professionals working with students with disabilities to improve access for them to integrated employment in high school to bolster the attainment of competitive employment after high school.
After attending this webinar participants will:
Dr. Clavenna-Deane has worked in the field of secondary special education and transition for 28 years. She started off as a high school special education teacher emphasizing career awareness in the classes she taught. She “transitioned” to a Transition Specialist in her local district for almost 10 years and was able to work directly with students with disabilities as they planned their career experiences in high school and their post-school goals for after high school. After receiving her doctorate in special education with an emphasis in transition services, Beth worked with multiple districts as an instructional coach, behavior specialist, and transition specialist. Her current position is as a Kansas MTSS State Trainer. She has trained over 20 districts in the MTSS process with a focus on secondary programs and behavior and social emotional learning. Career development, transition, and planning for life after high school are always woven into the work she does with MTSS districts. Transition planning for students with disabilities has always been a deep passion for Beth, and it is always common to see her pursuing an innovative, transition-related project in her spare time.share
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February 10, 2021 from 3:30 to 4:15 pm
Check In at 3:15 pm
Q&A will follow the webinar
0.75 Professional Learning Contact Hours
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Beth Clavenna-Deane, Ph.D.
Kansas MTSS State Trainer
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