WEBINAR

Partnering with Principals to Support Inclusive Learning Environments

Webinar Details

Principals are the heart of the school. They are often the first person parents think of when there is a problem with the education of their child. This is also true of parents of children eligible for special education and related services. There are multiple important components of special education that every principal (and assistant principal) need to know to ensure students receive an appropriate education. These components include child find, pre-referral interventions, progress monitoring, discipline, and leading IEP team meetings.

Webinar topics include: 

  • How to identify the main components of special education that principals need to know
  • Tips for principals on the implementation and supervision of special education services

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Expert Presenters

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David F. Bateman, PhD

David F. Bateman, PhD, is a former professor at Shippensburg University where he taught courses on special education law, assessment, and facilitating inclusion. He’s a due process hearing officer for Pennsylvania and uses his knowledge of litigation relating to special education to assist school districts in providing appropriate supports for students with disabilities.

David has been a classroom teacher of students with learning disabilities, behavior disorders, intellectual disability and hearing impairments, and has recently co-authored the following books: A Principal’s Guide to Special Education, A Teacher’s Guide to Special Education, Charting the Course: Special Education in Charter Schools, and Current Trends and Legal Issues in Special Education.

Dr. Bateman is also the author of four Vector Training, Special Education courses:

Principals: Behavior Management

Principals: Roles and Responsibilities in Special Education

Principals: Special Education Law

Principals: Supervising Special Education Staff

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