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Peer to Peer Program Roundtables: A Cultural Shift That Benefits All Students! (8 Day Event)
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Title: Peer to Peer Program Roundtables: A Cultural Shift that Benefits All Students!
Date(s): September 28, October 19, November 10, 2021, January 25, February 15, March 15, April 26, May 17, 2022
Time(s): 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Location: Virtual Learning
Cost: FREE!!/Invitation Only!
Presenter(s): Amy Gjonaj
Class Limit: 50
Knowledge: None
Grade Level: All Grade Levels
Audience: Special Education Teachers; Administrators; General Education Teachers; Psychologists; Social Workers; Speech/Language Pathologists; Teacher Consultants; Occupational Therapists; Physical Therapists; Para Educators; Counselors; Students
SCECHs: Pending. Upon approval will be available for an additional fee.
SW-CEHs: Pending. Upon approval will be available for an additional fee. Please come prepared to provide your license number at registration.
Questions? Please contact
Event Description:

Peer to Peer (P2P) is one of the most impactful evidence based practices for individuals with Autism, and also provides many benefits to general education peers. These monthly virtual round table meetings will allow participants to network, share resources and ideas with other districts running P2P programs, while learning more about the benefits of peer to peer programming. We will explore what P2P formats and tools are being utilized at all levels. Participants will be encouraged to share ideas regarding what is working well in their programs as well as to problem solve regarding challenges that may come up throughout the school year. Whether you have an established program or are looking to start one, these roundtable meetings are for you!

Topics include: The Benefits of a Running a Peer to Peer Program

Recruiting and Maintaining Peer Supports

Training Peer to Peer Support Students

Mediums of Exchange

Participation vs. Helping Models

Peer to Peer Supports in the IEP

Running Case Conferences

Peer to Peer Celebrations

Unified Champion Schools

The "helping model" versus the "participation model"

Autism Awareness Activities

This event is for special educators and general educators who support students with IEPs.

SCECH/SSW credits pending.