The Parent & Student Dynamic – Collaboration with Families of Students with Learning Differences

For students with learning differences, their parents often take an active role in their education and future planning. As a result, conflict can develop when evaluations of student needs are not aligned.

 

This session reviews fundamentals of family systems for students who learn differently and provides key strategies that educational professionals can employ to improve partnerships with families.

 

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KATY REINKE

HOST

Associate Director of College Transition Programs

ALEXANDER MORRIS-WOOD

SPEAKER

Dean of Admissions, Transition Programs, & Strategic Outreach

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