DATE & TIME TYPE LOCATION EVENT DESCRIPTION

May 15, 2018 to May 17, 2018

In-Person Training

Denver, Colorado

12th Annual Capacity Building Institute 2018

The 2018 NTACT Capacity Building Institute will be held in Denver, Colorado on

May 15-17, 2018.  Mark your calendars! Here is the reservation link to make your online reservations: 

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April 26, 2018

3:00 pm EST

Webinar

Webinar

Ask the Expert: I'm Determined Website Tour

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Join Amanda Randall and Jesse Rodriguez for a tour of the I’m Determined website. Learn how to use their free resources at www.imdetermined.org to help your students become more Self-Determined!

April 05, 2018

3:00 pm EST

Webinar

Webinar

Ask the Expert: Video Modeling for Employment!

Sponsored by NTACT, this Ask the Expert will be guided by Ryan Kellems (BYU) and Vidy Munandar (KU). They will describe video modeling as it relates to helping students improve their employment-related skills including interviewing and specific job tasks. Learn about video modeling, how to do it, and how you can use it to help your students enhance their employment skills.

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March 08, 2018

3:00 pm EST

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Webinar

Collaborative Initiatives Across Career and Technical Education, Vocational Rehabilitation and Special Education: Three State/Local Stories

The needs and opportunities have never been greater for students with disabilities to gain access to - and succeed in - career and technical education (CTE) programs. The purpose of this webinar is to bring together representatives of Special Education (SpEd), CTE, and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) from three states to share their collaborative initiatives and outcomes around engaging students with disabilities in CTE programs. Join us for a lively discussion to learn about strategies at systems- and classroom- levels as well as resources you can use to enhance or begin your state’s efforts around this critical partnership.

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February 22, 2018

3:00 pm EST

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Webinar

Ask the Expert: Employment for Youth with Autism: Keys to Success!

  • Get key strategies
  • Learn collaboration strategies
  • Provide ASD-specific supports
  • Ask your questions!

Presented by:  Dr. Paul Wehman, Director VCU-RRTC and Dr. Carol Schall, Director of Training and Technical Assistance, Autism Center for Excellence

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February 15, 2018

3:00 pm EST

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Need Evidence-based Practices for Secondary Transition and Pre-ETS implementation?

This webinar will share how to navigate the myriads of evidence-based and predictors for post-school success resources for dropout prevention/school engagement, Pre-ETS implementation, and online professional development available through the NTACT website and the Transition Coalition. Resources will be shared relevant to Special Educators, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, along with state level SEA and VR contacts. 

Presenters: Catherine Fowler & Mary Morningstar

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January 11, 2018

3:00 pm EST

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Webinar

Engaging Families and Elevating Expectations: A Focus on Employment

Families of youth with significant disabilities may have difficulty thinking about the transition to adulthood and envisioning a future that includes competitive employment. This webinar will highlight strategies for engaging families of youth, including those with significant disabilities around planning for employment. Innovative parent training efforts will be discussed as will the need to engage around specific outcomes and ideas for working with families who are apprehensive about exploring employment options for their youth.

Presenters:

Judith Gross, Indiana University Center on Community Living and Careers and Sean Roy, TransCen and the RRTC on VR Practices and Youth.

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December 14, 2017

3:00 pm EST

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Lessons Learned from Three Re-entry Programs for Young Offenders with Disabilities

Re-entry into the school and community is difficult for young offenders with disabilities leaving incarceration. This webinar will highlight 3 OSEP-funded model demonstration projects targeting this population: Project MAP (Making a Map—Finding my way Back) Univ. of MN; Project RISE (Reentry Intervention and Support for Engagement) Ariz. State Univ.; Project STAY OUT (Strategies Teaching Adolescent Young Offenders to Use Transition Skills) Univ. of Oregon. Lessons learned and outcomes from 4 years of implementation will be shared. 

Presenters:

David Emenheiser, Office of Special Education Programs, Project Officer; Sarup Mathur, Arizona State University; Heather Griller Clark, Arizona State University; David Johnson, University of Minnesota; Xueqin Qian, University of Minnesota; Deanne Unruh, University of Oregon

"A Better Path, A Better Future Evaluation Report - click here

NDTAC "Transition Toolkit 3.0: Meeting the Educational Needs of Youth Exposed to the Juvenile Justice System" - click here

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November 09, 2017

3:00 pm EST

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Innovative PreETS Implementation in Schools: State Examples

Three states (AK, AR and MO) will share three different strategies for providing PreETS activities at the local level. You will hear from the State Vocational Rehabilitation agency about how they have developed their project and from local educators about how implementation is happening at the local level. Strategies highlighted will include a partnership with a university to coordinate and provide PreETS statewide; addressing unmet PreETS activities through school district delivery, and working directly with teachers to deliver PreETS.

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October 19, 2017

3:00 pm EST

Webinar

Webinar

NTACT Evidence-Based Practices, Tools, and Resources to Support Academic Engagement for Secondary Students with Disabilities

This webinar will provide information about secondary academic evidence-based practices (EBPs) identified by NTACT staff, including tools and resources to support academic engagement. Participants will gain (a) knowledge of secondary academic EBPs, (b) specific strategies for implementation, and (c) tools and resources to support implementation and evaluation of secondary academic EBPs.

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