Planting the Seeds of Inclusion Conference
Bringing together educators, therapists, parents and other professionals who support the growth and learning of all children — birth to age 22 — in inclusive settings.
Every March, the departments of Curriculum and Instruction, Reading, Special Education and Educational Leadership at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Education and Human Services host the Planting the Seeds of Inclusion conference to help support inclusive education.
Conference Registration Fee (includes lunch)
$60 Education professionals
Breakout sessions will provide practical information and training for educators, students, parents, caregivers and others who support the growth and learning of children from birth to age 22.
Open to the public regardless of participation in the conference, the resource fair is intended as a one-stop resource for those who have or work with children who require special education services.
Each year, we honor individuals and/or teacher teams who excel at advocating for and implementing inclusive practices in education.
Conference-related Graduate Courses
Two one-credit graduate courses are being offered in conjunction with conference: one in Early Childhood Education and one in Special Education. Learn more >>
Contact Stacey Skoning at firstname.lastname@example.org.