Your Students, My Students, Our Students: Rethinking Equitable and Inclusive Classrooms with Dr. Lee Ann Jung
November 2nd & 3rd, 2021
8:30 AM – 3:30 PM (8:00 Registration Table Opens)
Burlington, VT (Finalizing with the Hilton in Burlington)
Registration Fee: $575 for both days (includes morning refreshments and lunch each day)
Registration Deadline: October 20th
Hosted in partnership with the VPA and VCSEA
About the Session
- In this session, Lee Ann challenges the traditional views of general and special education and the resulting identities of educators. Participants actively explore and analyze concepts of school culture and climate for inclusive learning support, roles of everyone in the building to maximize our time and effectiveness, and the misunderstanding of students with disabilities as having “special needs.” Lee Ann presents universal design for learning and a tiered approach to support as solutions to bring greater equity in outcomes for students.
- Lee Ann Jung,PhD, is CEO of Lead Inclusion, Clinical Professor at San Diego State University, and a consultant to schools worldwide. She provides support to schools in the areas of universal design for learning, inclusion, intervention, and mastery-based assessment and grading. Before beginning a career in higher education she worked in special education in the roles of teacher and administrator. She is a former full professor and director of International Partnerships in the University of Kentucky’s College of Education. Lee Ann leads the Inclusive Leadership Program, a professional learning and graduate program in partnership with San Diego State University. Lee Ann has authored 6 books, more than 50 journal articles and book chapters, and has served as associate editor for Young Exceptional Children (YEC), section editor for The Routledge Encyclopedia of Education, guest editor and editorial board member of Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, and editorial board member for Journal of Early Intervention. Lee Ann is past chair for the Classroom Assessment special interest group for the American Educational Research Association. You can find her online at leadinclusion.org and on Twitter at @leeannjung.
- At this time we are planning to gather in person with masking. If public health concerns increase then we will shift to a live online version of the event. Any changes of that nature will be determined by 10/20/21 (at the latest) and participants will participate for a reduced rate (given no food costs) of $375.
Cancellation Policy: For all Vermont Principals’ Association professional learning events, the VPA must be notified in writing, of any cancellations no later than 10 days prior to the event. Cancellation notifications received after the 10 day deadline will be subject to a fee of 50% of the total cost of registration.