The theme of the 2018 conference is Well-being, Equity and Success for All; presentations will focus on evidence-based practices, instructional strategies, and technology to equitably support the well-being, learning and achievement of all students with special education needs. The conference program features more than 60 lecture and poster presentations in numerous topical areas, including self-regulation, anxiety, well-being for students and educators, at-risk children & youth, autism, hands-on technology training, transitions, managing challenging behaviour, learning disabilities, intellectual disability, instructional strategies and post-secondary initiatives.
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Sue Ball, Chief Psychologist with the York Region District School Board, as our opening keynote speaker on Friday; Dr. Ball’s keynote address is entitled, “At the Heart of the Matter: Creating Classrooms and Schools that Support Well-being for All”. Other conference highlights include
- Poster Presentations/President’s Reception
- Publisher & Exhibitor Display
- Awards Luncheon
- Hot Topics & Featured Sessions
- Ministry Strand (tbd)
- Well-being Strand
- Autism Strand
- Technology Strand
- Silent Auction
Value added alert! Conference registration includes the opening keynote address, breakout sessions, poster presentations/President’s reception, the Exhibitor/Publisher Display, and breakfast and lunch both days. Special conference rates apply for CEC members and full-time University & College students.
Please mark these dates and join Ontario CEC for this incredible self-directed professional learning opportunity!
Please click here to open the conference brochure: 2018 Ontario CEC Conference Brochure
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