Academic journal article Exceptional Children

Mark Your Calendars Now for the 2003 CEC Annual Convention and Expo in Seattle, Washington! April 9-12, 2003

Academic journal article Exceptional Children

Mark Your Calendars Now for the 2003 CEC Annual Convention and Expo in Seattle, Washington! April 9-12, 2003

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Don't miss the largest and most exciting professional development event designed for all those who work with students with special learning needs!

Join your colleagues April 9-12, 2003 and connect with fellow educators and others to learn new instructional strategies, interact with internationally recognized speakers, and renew your professional enthusiasm at the CEC Annual Convention and Expo!

More than 6,000 attendees, exhibitors, and recruiters joined us for the 2002 Convention & Expo in New York.

New York attendees chose from more than 600 sessions on topics critical to educators today including:

* Positive classroom management techniques

* Autism Spectrum Disorders

* Culturally respectful and relevant teaching strategies

* Early literacy instruction

* Transition

* Recruitment and retention

* State assessment and accountability systems

We promise all this and more in Seattle! Look what we have planned:

Wednesday, April 9, 2003

Preconvention Workshops 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs)!

Begin your convention experience with one of our full- or half-day preconvention workshops on topics including discipline/behavior management, diversity, public policy, early intervention, brain research, gifted education, curriculum adaptation, assessment, technology, transition, Life Centered Career Education, and more!

(Please note: There is a separate registration fee for the Preconvention Workshops.)

General Session-5:00-6:30 p.m.--Join us for the Opening General Session on Wednesday and hear keynote Speaker, Ted Kennedy, Jr.!

Mr. Kennedy has been an active leader in the civil rights movement for persons with disabilities for many years. In his disability law practice, he advised companies about how best to expand opportunities for persons with disabilities and how to avoid liability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. He continues to serve on corporate and advisory boards of numerous disability organizations and lectures nationwide on topics relating to health and disability law. Don't miss what promises to be an inspiring and motivational address!

Thursday, April 10-Saturday, April 12

Choose from hundreds of educational sessions on important and current topics! Sessions will be presented in a variety of formats including demonstration sessions, mini-workshops, lecturer, panels, and poster sessions to meet your learning needs! …

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