State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education & Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

This popular conference of 300+ participants provides opportunities for colleges of all sizes, universities, researchers, program staff, parents and self-advocates to learn about the current state of research and practice in the field, and to network with each other. Panels that include faculty and staff from postsecondary education initiatives, parents, self-advocates, and other experts, share effective practices during break-out sessions with opportunities for group discussion. The Student Leadership Conference is a parallel conference which brings more high school and college students into the conversation​. New this year is the College Fair, happening on Tuesday night, 11/12, where over 30 colleges will be prepared to greet students and families interested in college!

Here is a list of sessions that Think College staff will be participating in:

WED, 11/14 at 9:45am: Key Components of an Educational Coach Institute within a Universal Design for Learning Framework by Lyndsey Nunes, Sarah Lamb, & Ty Hanson
WED, 11/14 at 11:15am: The College Search: Tips and Tools for Parents and Families presented by Cate Weir & Clare Papay
WED, 11/14 at 1:30pm (Keynote): An Update on Key Federal Policy and Needed Action by Stephanie Smith Lee & Denise Rozell
WED, 11/14 at 3pm: What Makes a Difference? Predictors of Student Academic Experiences and Employment Outcomes by Meg Grigal & Clare Papay
TH, 11/14 at 11:15am: Introducing the Think College Standards Continuous Improvement Tool by Cate Weir, Clare Papay, & Ty Hanson
TH, 11/14 at 11:15am: Do You Speak VR? How to Build a Relationship with Your VR Agency by Denise Rozell & Russ Thelin
TH, 11/14 at 1:45: The Future of Accreditation Standards for College Programs for Students with Intellectual Disability by Cate Weir & Stephanie Smith Lee

Nov 13, 2019 8:00 AM to Nov 14, 2019 4:00 PM
Silver Legacy Expo Center and University of Nevada, Reno
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