Our first Mini Workshop video since changing our name from Keystone to ACERI is now available. This video pertains to a self-evaluation tool regarding inclusive practices. It was developed by ACERI’s Mike Burdge and one of our long-time “partners,” Jean Clayton, who now works for edCount, LLC. Mike narrates the video and walks viewers through each part of the tool.
We launched our Mini Workshop series last year as a means of providing free, relatively brief trainings on a variety of topics all pertinent to the education of students with extensive support needs. These videos are posted on YouTube and therefore can be viewed and shared as many times as desired (and we, of course, encourage that!).
View this latest Mini Workshop video by clicking here.
View our other Mini Workshop videos in a playlist by clicking here.