Mark Your Calendars!!
76th Annual MCEC Conference
March 2-4, 2016 • Grand Rapids, MI
MCEC looks forward to seeing you in 2016! We are pleased to bring to you:
Wednesday One Day Workshops
- Explicit Instruction - Dr. Anita Archer
- Multi-Tiered System of Supports - Dr. Kathleen Lane
- Engaging Teachers and Learners with the Essential Elements - Dr. Patricia Drake
- Stop Talking and Use the Visuals - Ms. Mary Meldrum & Ms. Allison Geist
Keynote Speaker - Friday, March 4th
- Brad Cohen, 2015 National CEC Keynote Speaker
State of the State Address - Thursday, March 3rd
- Teri Johnson Chapman, State Director of Special Education
Thursday and Friday Breakout Sessions - March 3rd & 4th
2016 Conference Presenters Application
Call for presentations for the 2016 MCEC Conference will be accepted until 5:00pm December 4, 2015. We are seeking presentations related to Assistive Technology, Behavior, Curriculum, Data Collection, Early Childhood, High Incidence, Instruction, Leadership, Low Incidence, Parents and Families, School Social Work, System Change, and Transition; and ranging in rigor from basic to advanced level of information. As a professional courtesy, reduced rates are given to teams of up to four presenters.
1st Annual Making Mathematics Meaningful Through Collaboration Conference
September 28, 2015 • Macomb ISD
The Michigan Council for Exceptional Children (MCEC) and the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) in conjunction with Michigan's Integrated Mathematics Initiative (Mi)2 are excited to announce a brand new conference coming this fall.
Making Mathematics Meaningful Through Collaboration brings math educators, including general and special education teachers, interventionists, coaches, administrators, consultants and support staff together for one day of learning and sharing.
- What instructional strategies do you use to address the wide range of learners in one classroom
- How do you meet the needs of students with disabilities in special and general education settings
- How do you communicate the needs of students to other colleagues who share in the education of those students
- What are your tips for successful co-teaching
- How do you support collaboration through school structures
Please direct questions to Kevin Dykema at email@example.com, Joe DeMarsh at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Kate Fanelli at email@example.com