Data is not a Four Letter Word
with Mia Laudato and Robin Willams
We’re all educators, and we want to know how our students are doing and what we can do to help them.
How can we easily and effectively pull together the information in order to guide us in selecting the appropriate interventions for each student and then inform us how well those interventions are working?
In a preview of their FETC sesson, Mia and Robin will be leading us in discussing the following questions:
- What information do we want to know about our students?
- What are some of the ways we can collect and analyze that information?
- What are some examples?
- How do we get started?
Mia Laudato received her MSEd in Exceptional Student Education specializing in Learning Disabilities and Emotional Behavioral Disorders from the University of Miami. She has taught students from Pre-K through college in inclusive and separate classroom settings. Her love of teaching students with ASD, passion for using assistive technologies to create successful learners, love of educational technology, and involvement in district and state writing teams contributed to her being recognized by Orange County as a district top 5 finalist for Teacher of the Year 2016.
Please Register Below
Date: Thursday, October 4
Time: 8:00PM Eastern/5:00PM Pacific Time
** Note the new date **
Robin Williams earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with University Honors from the University of Central Florida in 1998 and continued her education at Florida State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Exceptional Student Education in 2000. She has over 18 years of experience working with children and adults with severe developmental disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders and intensive behavioral disorders. Throughout the years, Robin has written and developed a variety of trainings for teachers, parents and staff who have regular interaction with children and adults with disabilities. She has also presented at local education and behavior conferences.