Reading and Behavior Resources for Your Virtual Inclusive Classroom

11:00a.m. to 11:45a.m.

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Ms. Hannah Madson

Independent - USA

Ms. Hannah Madson has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin -Whitewater in Special Education with an Emphasis in Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders. She also has a Master’s Degree from Northern Arizona University in International Educational Leadership. She has been teaching special education for the last five years and has experience educating students from kindergarten through 12th grade and has taught internationally in Sweden. 


Ms. Madson currently teaches 6th and 7th grade special education in Verona, Wisconsin, USA, at Core Knowledge Charter Middle School. Previously she taught high school in Kenosha, WI, USA. She has taught and supported both inclusive and self-contained Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. However, Ms. Madson is very passionate about working with students on behavioral and reading skills. 


moderated by

Dr. Jasmin Rose

Abstract:

This session will provide teachers with resources that can be used in the virtual classroom for reading, behavior and etiquette. The session will be in three sections: reading strategies, behavior and etiquette strategies, and applying the strategies to lessons that participants will bring to the session. 


The reading strategy section will look at how specific strategies benefit students and can be modified for different learning abilities. The second part will focus on different behavior and etiquette lessons that can be taught in the virtual setting. Resources will be provided for teachers to use for teaching behavior etiquette in the virtual classroom, the home environment and the community during a pandemic. 


The last session will show participants how to apply these strategies to their current assignments and how to incorporate the behavior and etiquette lessons into their daily curriculum.

 

The session is geared towards students 9 to 13 years old. Participants should bring future student reading assignments to the session.