Together We Can Achieve: Culturally Responsive Practices in Special Education

Precios Armstrong

$20.00

BCBA CEUs: 1 Total CEU | 1 Ethics CEU

Creating learning spaces that promote belonging, engagement, and collaboration are essential to student success. This is critical for children with exceptionalities for whom school can be challenging. In this video from the 2023 Michigan Autism Conference, you will learn how to define culturally responsive pedagogy, identify six culturally responsive practices and the necessary strategies to improve student success inside and out of special education settings.

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Creating learning spaces that promote belonging, engagement, and collaboration are essential to student success. This is critical for children with exceptionalities for whom school can be challenging. You will learn how to define culturally responsive pedagogy, identify six culturally responsive practices and the necessary strategies to improve student success inside and out of special education settings.

About the Speaker

Dr. Precios M. Armstrong is a tireless advocate for children. A proud wife and mother, she recognizes the importance of work, life, and school balance. A K-12 educator with over 20 years of experience, she has held many roles, including serving as a teacher for Cognitively Impaired Students, a Behavior Intervention Specialist, a teacher for Emotionally Impaired students, and Resource Room Teacher/Teacher Consultant. Currently, Dr. Armstrong is a Special Education Supervisor with the Jackson County Intermediate School District and an adjunct professor at Grand Valley State University. A lifelong learner, she is a proud alum of the University of Michigan-Flint and Michigan State University, holding a Doctor of Education(Ed.D.) Education Specialist (UM-Flint), a Master of Arts (MSU), and two Bachelor of Arts (MSU) degrees. Dr. Armstrong also serves on the board of directors for the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children (President Elect, DDEL- Representative, PD Chairperson), Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education (MAASE) Professional Learning Committee, and is also a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Additionally, she is committed to fostering greater achievement for all education stakeholders by consistently seeking opportunities to innovate, identify resources, and collaborate within schools and the greater community.

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