Inclusion works Stipends available!
DSACT is proud to announce the opportunity for two teachers (general education or special education), district support staff, or principals and administrators to earn a scholarship to the Inclusion Works conference February 10 - 12, 2019, at the Embassy Suites in Denton, TX.
DSACT will pay for registration ($280) and two nights of hotels ($305) for each applicant selected. A total of $585!!! DSACT will not cover the cost of substitutes, meals, or travel. All meals are included except dinners on Sunday and Monday, and lunch on Tuesday.
DSACT will select two people for this opportunity. Applicants must be working with a student with Down syndrome.
Applications are due by January 11. Winners will be notified by January 15. Please be sure the principal will approve your attendance before applying.
THANK YOU, EDUCATORS!
First and foremost, thank you for all your hard work and for caring about our children. It is appreciated. Click below to download helpful tips and information that you can use in the classroom and share as training information for staff working with students with Down syndrome.
DSACT is dedicated to providing information and materials that empower you to teach your students with Down syndrome. As you plan your approach, remember to focus on their ABILITIES versus disabilities.
If you believe people with Down syndrome can learn, they WILL!
Have questions or concerns? Contact Peggy Wolf, our Education Manager by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (737) 932-5551.
Presentations and training
We offer presentations to educators and local school districts, community groups, and others to build understanding of the needs of students with Down syndrome. Our Education Manager, Peggy Wolf, is available to consult on an individual basis, as well as provide information and resources. As a former teacher, Peggy understands the demands of your job and the hard work necessary to provide a topnotch education to all students.
We’ve put together several additional resources available for download, including notable websites, tips for the classroom, communication strategies for educators, and more! Find each of these using the buttons below.
Peer presentations help parents provide age-appropriate information about Down syndrome to their’s child’s classmates. If you have a student with Down syndrome in your classroom, you can welcome a parent to use these presentations to help all students feel accepted and valued.