On July 21, Bemidji State University will host its annual special education conference in Memorial Hall, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Special education faculty specialists from Bemidji State Dr. Camille Brandt, assistant professor of professional education, and Dr. Margaret Lubke, director of assessment and accreditation and association professor of professional education, along with Minnesota State University Mankato’s Dr. Sean Wachsmuth will present on topics ranging from culturally responsive teaching, trauma informed instructions, strategies and behavior supports in the classroom, data collections and para guidance.
The day will begin with a breakfast from 8-8:30a.m. before moving into presentations. A lunch will be provided from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
At the end of the conference, continuing education units will be available to signify successful completion.
Registration for the 2022 Special Education Conference is open now. Special educators, general educators, advocates with parents, para-educators and related service professionals are all encouraged to attend.