Monday, October 5, 2020   4:00 pm PDT

Positive and Proactive Communication for Special Education

Sometimes it's hard to know how to best communicate around the needs of students with disabilities. Join this panel of special education teachers and parents as they discuss how to communicate positively and proactively to meet the diverse needs of all students. Especially ones with IEP accommodations.


Amy Campbell

Amy does not live in a world of deficits. She lives and teaches a world of possibilities, potential, and opportunities. Amy's broad knowledge of state services and agencies enables her to connect families with outside supports.

George Stewart

George is an educator, non-profit leader, and public policy advocate who is committed to the academic, social, emotional, and physical development of our youth and their families.

Sherry Mulholland

Sherry Mulholland is a mom, wife, dog rescuer, teacher and dancer. She has worked with students, from preK to college, for over 25 years. She is committed to best practices and has helped hundreds of families advocate for supports in education.

Monise Seward

More than 10 years experience serving Students with Disabilities. She is currently working as a Special Education Teacher in Metro Atlanta. One of Monise's goals is to challenge Educators to rethink equity to include Students with Disabilities.