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2018 MCEC Conference on Diverse Abilities

February 28- March 2, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn

Missoula, Montana

A professional development opportunity for general and special educators, early childhood providers, speech language pathologists, psychologists, specialists, administrators, parents, and others concerned with topics and issues in the field of special education.

FEATURING:

Marilyn Friend
Marilyn FriendCoTeaching Connection
Co-Teaching: Reaching All Learners through Classroom Partnerships
Natalie Montfort
Natalie MontfortStewart Center at Westview School
The Birds and the Bees: Puberty, Hygiene, Safety and Sexuality for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Shawna Heiser
Shawna HeiserSpecial Learning 1-on-1
Reaching and Teaching All Students a Roadmap to Success
Elizabeth (Bea) Kaleva
Elizabeth (Bea) KalevaKaleva Law Firm
Emerging Legal Issues in Special Education
Dr. Lucy Hart Paulson
Dr. Lucy Hart PaulsonUniversity of MT
If it’s Developmentally Appropriate, Let’s Appropriately Develop it
Claire Richardson
Claire RichardsonPAXIS Institute
The PAX Good Behavior Game

A Peek of Last Year’s Conference

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Dates to Remember

Registration opens November 15
Early Bird registration deadline is December 18

Lodging:  Reserve your room at the Hilton by December 18 and be entered in a drawing for a upgrade to a suite!
Lodging blocks closes on January 29

Questions? Contact Nancy Marks or Deb Reed, Conference Coordinators , coordinator@montanacec.org  or 406-241-9522

Testimonials from last year’s participants

Ann Garfinkle is amazing! Great to get methods that are immediately applicable!

“The technology sessions were very interesting and applicable. The discussions pertaining to why alternative education matters in a special education setting were extremely enlightening.”

“Thank you to the organizers. I enjoyed the conference and the focus was absolutely clear, Montana is strong on educating and supporting our students. ”

“Good presenters. I learned a lot about transition – an area I was weak in.”

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