Social-Emotional Support Webinars
Families and educators will learn directly from individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing about the importance of social-emotional development. The personal narratives shared are true stories and the tips provided will be helpful.
Teachers who work in a district that is a member of Infinitec can earn teaching professional development clock hours by taking the pre and post quizzes on Infinitec's site.
Many thanks to the following contributors,
- Ingrid Aasan, Metro ECSU Director of Special Education
- Anna Paulson, MNCDHH Coordinator of Educational Advancement & Partnerships
- Script Writers: Jessalyn Akerman-Frank, Emily Kedrowski, Emily Manson, Ann Mayes, Diane Schiffler-Dobe
- On-Screen Talent: Adults: Jessalyn Akerman-Frank, Emily Kedrowski, Emily Manson, Ann Mayes, Diane Schiffler-Dobe; Young Adults/Teens: Jaemi Hagen, Kobe Schroeder, Hannah Taylor, Ka Lia Yang
- 2019 Statewide Collaborative Plan’s Deaf Education Summit Stakeholders
This project is made possible, in part, with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using federal funding, CFA 84.027A, Special Education - Grant to States. This project does not necessarily represent the policy of the federal Department of Education or the Minnesota Department of Education. you should not assume endorsement by the federal government or by the Minnesota Department of Education.
Produced by Infinitec, with funding provided by Metro ECSU and the Minnesota Commission of the Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing, and shared with MN educators and Infinitec Coalition members with permission. 2019 Copyright Metro ECSU. All rights reserved.