Invited Guest Speaker - April 7 & 14, 2021
Now You See It; Now You Don't: Teaching a Predictable Curriculum to Unpredictable Learners
Schedule of Events:
Wednesday (April 7th and April 14th):
Part 1 - April 7th: 12:10 - 1:00 pm (PST)
- Demystify learning disabilities across the lifespan
- Discuss challenges faced by both students and faculty in a learning environment
- Break down the role language plays during interactions with students with learning disabilities
- Discussion groups with Q & A around Instruction
Part 2 - April 14th: 12:10 - 1:00 pm (PST)
- Learn 3 techniques to assist with instructional design that is inclusive of accommodations
- Learn how changing one behavior on the clinic floor can improve outcomes
- Address the reality of “not knowing”
- Discussion groups with Q & A around Clinical Rotations
- Leave with one powerful take-away about working with students who learn differently
Location: Webinar - Zoom
Regina's Bio: Regina has positively influenced the field of Special Education across the country for 30 years. Her extensive career path started as a special education teacher in the North Carolina school system. From there, she began her work training teachers and serving as the programs coordinator with the UNC School of Education. She served as a learning specialist with the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department and an instructor and coordinator for the Special Education Program and Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities at Michigan State University. She is a former Board Member of the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of America and still active on the Board of the Michigan LDA.
Throughout her career, Regina has been working and growing alongside her husband, Dr. Stephan Carey. Veterinary school, internship, residency, and Ph.D. adventures have provided Regina many opportunities to work with vet school students, faculty, and staff for 25 of her 30 years in education.
The goal of her work is to educate and empower those who are stuck, struggling, and ready for positive change.