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2014 Conference Highlights and Materials

The 2014 "Planting the Seeds of Inclusion" conference began with a keynote address by Stuart Stotts titled "Everybody Started Out Small: How Music Encourages Learning, Connection, and Joy In Young Children."

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2013 Conference Highlights and Materials

Cheryl JorgensenThe 2013 "Planting the Seeds of Inclusion" conference began with a keynote address by Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen titled "The Inclusion Imperative: Creating Schools Where All Children Belong and Learn."

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 2012 Conference Highlights and Materials

2012 Keynote speakerThe 2012 "Planting the Seeds of Inclusion" conference began with a keynote address by Lynn Manfredi/Petitt, a nationally recognized early childhood expert, who with Amy C. Baker, co-authored Circles of Love (Redleaf, 1998) and Relationships, The Heart of Quality Care (NAEYC, 2004).

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2011 Conference Highlights and Materials

Mooney

The 2011 "Planting the Seeds of Inclusion" conference began with a keynote address by Jonathan Mooney, author of "Learning Outside the Lines" and "The Short Bus." Mooney is an adult with dyslexia who did not learn to read until he was twelve years old.

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2010 Conference Highlights and Materials 

Temple Grandin The 2010 "Planting the Seeds of Inclusion" conference began with a keynote address by Temple Grandin , a prominent author and speaker on the subject of autism. Following Grandin’s address, conference attendees took part in breakout sessions, covering topics such as identifying students for special education services and Wisconsin’s new definitions of learning disabilities.

 

For more information about Temple Grandin and links to materials from the 2010 conference, see 2010 Conference Highlights and Materials.

 

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