Executive Functioning for the Classroom

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

2:00 PM-4:00 PM

 


Register

Registration will be open through 11/6/2019 2:00 PM


Details

This session focuses on tools and strategies that support the executive functioning skills of all students within the classroom environment. It will include specific ideas and supports which can be customized to meet individual needs for learners with disabilities.

 



Presenter(s)

Tracy Kunce has been a Speech Language Pathologist with CASE for 13 years. She has also spent several years working with both adults and children in the hospital setting. Tracy has spent the majority of her time at CASE in District 15 where she has worked with a wide variety of students from pre-k through 5th grade. Her therapy has most recently focused on working with students with emotional and behavioral challenges and how that impacts their communication with others.



Location
CASE Administration Center

22W600 Butterfield Road
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

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Continuing Education Credits

Professional Development Credit - 2 Hours

Professional Development Hours or CEU credits will be sent electronically within 5 school days. Please be sure to sign in!

 

CASE is an approved provider for the following IDFRP licenses:
PT #216.000034
SLP #202.0000102
SW #159.000366
OT #224.000018


Fees

Free of charge for CASE member districts and staff (Districts 15, 16, 41, 44, 87, 89, 93).
$100 for the training for all other registrants. Materials are included unless otherwise noted.


About Us

The Cooperative Association for Special Education (CASE) is a joint agreement between Marquardt School District 15, Queen Bee School District 16, Glen Ellyn School District 41, Lombard Elementary School District 44, Glenbard Township High School District 87, Community Consolidated School District 89 and Community Consolidated School District 93 in DuPage County. CASE provides varied supports so that each member district can offer a complete range of services to students with special needs between the ages of 3 and 22 years.