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Participants will identify the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applicable to child care settings; demonstrate an understanding of inclusionary practices and accommodations based on research based best practices and national standards for child care settings; identify appropriate accommodations based on children’s individual needs; demonstrate awareness of appropriate resources.
This 3-hour Instructor-Led Zoom training is designed to meet ADA and Inclusion training requirements for MSDE.*
|140 - Zoom 3
|Oct/07/2023 08:00 am EST
|Oct/07/2023 11:00 am EST
Online Zoom, ZOOM Classroom,
***No refunds for missed class***
Class Date: October 7, 2023
Time: 8:00 AM- 11:00 AM EST (7:00 AM- 10:00 AM CST)
Zoom protocol: Students must keep cameras on and must have audio and microphone accessible.
Zoom etiquette: Participation is required! Prior to the meeting, ensure the video and audio are working on your computer.
Video should remain on throughout the session. You will need to unmute your microphone during roll calls, during small group work, and to ask/ answer questions. The chat feature will also be utilized during the meeting.
During class, be prepared by being in a setting that allows you to focus and fully participate. This should be a quiet space where you can dedicate your full attention to the training.
Location: Online through Zoom
Please click on the link provided in your confirmation email to access the link for your Zoom training.
Requirements and Expectations of Students:
Equipment: Laptop or Desktop Computer with Google Chrome browser and Zoom.
Please call or text 1(833)283-2241 (2TEACH1) for any technical difficulties.
We ask for your patience as lines can get busy right before the start of a Zoom class. We appreciate and thank you in advance for understanding! You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For immediate assistance, please call or text 301-237-1414.
Minimum 10 students are required for the class to proceed.
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