INCLUSION PORTFOLIO WORKSHOP
It’s free and all are welcome!
“Creating and using an inclusion portfolio™”
October 14th @ 7pm
Traverse Area District Library
610 Woodmere Ave. Traverse City, MI 49686
Dena Aucoin ·
Dena’s areas of expertise and research include creating and applying effective lessons in both the regular and special education classroom, behavior and classroom management, novice teacher support and training, grant writing, applicable goal writing for K-12 special education, adult online education, curriculum evaluation, and special education advocacy.
Brian Berger ·
Brian’s specialty areas are esigning and implementing effective lessons and classroom management solutions for all special education populations, K-12; transition planning law, conceptual transition improvement programs, community transition outreach, and effective early (pre-IDEA mandated) transition planning; federal IEP law, effective goal writing and application for all disabilities and ages.Brought to you by the down syndrome association of northwest Michigan!
A portfolio is a collection of student work with a common theme or purpose
Learn why having an inclusion portfolio will assist you and the IEP team to help support your student
Learn how to put together and present your information to aid in team collaboration
What to bring
· Current IEP
· Picture of student
· Materials that display strengths
A Special Thanks to this group for an amazing First Annual DsupNorth Buddy Walk®! 2015!
There are more pictures located on our Buddy Walk® page.
Calling for day of volunteers for our Buddy Walk®. We have a total of 66- 2 hour shifts available for Setup Crew, Registration, Silent Auction setup, Silent Auction Monitor, Refuse Technician, Silent Auction Check-Out, and Cleanup Crew. There is also a spot on here to donate bottled water, bagels, and doughnuts for volunteers. We cannot pull this off without the kindness of others. Please consider volunteering! http://vols.pt/4VBmeX Please SHARE!
Touchstone Energy 2015 Junior Royale Parade
The NATIONAL CHERRY FESTIVAL
Down syndrome association of Northwest michigan
TOUCHSTONE ENERGY JUNIOR ROYALE PARADE
“The DsUpNorth Buddy Walk® recognizes that unconditional acceptance & inclusion begins with our children’s “buddies”. These friendships send a valuable message to us all. We encourage every one of all ages & abilities to share this message of acceptance, respect & value of all individuals with Down syndrome & come walk with us to celebrate these friendships!”
Registration: Watch for our email about how to register online. On site (day of) registration will also be available at 9am. A minimum $5 registration fee will be requested for both online and late registrations.
February 24, 2015
Survey Please take this quick two question survey and tells us what subjects you would be interested in learning more about! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6DFRCN2
February 19, 2015
Baseball Exciting news about adaptive baseball coming to Traverse City! Read on for more info and volunteer opportunities to make this happen this year! The Dream Team Adaptive Baseball Team, coming spring of 2015 From: Dayna Ryan, district Coordinator of Artists Creating Together and board member of the Traverse City Baseball Club. The Traverse City Baseball Club,(TCBC) is a local non-profit organization formed to provide baseball opportunities to players of all abilities.… Currently the TCBC provides financial assistance to local travel baseball teams, is developing an Old Timers baseball team and most recently received funding to start this regions first adaptive baseball team called, The Dream Team.