Parent Webinar Series Parent and School Collaboration

A Discussion with Dr. Vaughn Lauer

  • DateOct 20, 2016 12:00 PM - Jul 16, 2018 12:00 AM
  • CostDonor supported webinar- Recording is now available on demand
  • Event TypeOnline event
  • PresenterVaughn Lauer

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"For children with dyslexia or other learning disabilities, it is vital that parents and teachers communicate effectively."

Between AYP, FAPE, RTI, 504 and IDEA - it can often be overwhelming and feel like we are speaking different languages! October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, and we've brought in expert Dr Vaughn Lauer to walk us through successful collaboration steps. Dr. Lauer has helped thousands of parents both online and through his popular book "When the School Says No, How to Get the Yes!" Join us for this unique online discussion where 
he'll briefly walk us through the 5 key questions from which collaboration 
is based, and then open it up to an interactive interview where attendees
can ask questions! Don't miss this opportunity!  

About Our Presenter:  Dr. Vaughn K. Lauer has thirty years of experience, pre-K through post-secondary, as a teacher, adjunct professor, and building, district and state administrator of special education and has held several private organizational directorships in professional development and test development. His latest work includes a book on collaborative IEP development called "When the School Says No…How to Get the Yes!" parent presentations, regional, state, national and international conferences  and numerous articles published in parent magazines about children with disabilities and on the web. Dr. Lauer is a featured presenter at Learning Ally’s 3rd annual Spotlight on Dyslexia Virtual Conference this year where he will be speaking on evaluations.