Safe Space Edu Webinar Series Replays
Replays of all 4 presentations from our<br>"Safe Space EDU" Webinar Series
To get FREE access to this course, and the webinar series replays, register for the series at www.teachbetter.com/safespace. You will then receive an email with the link to access this course for free.
About This Course
This course consists of 4 video replays of the training webinars from our "Safe Space Edu" Webinar Series. Each replay will be published as it is recorded. All replays will be available here after August 7, 2020.
Included with this course:
4 Video Sessions.
Official Certificate of Completion.
Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.
Evan Whitehead has been in the field of education for more than 20 years spanning three decades and is currently the director of special services for a PK–8 school district in Illinois. In his current role, Evan oversees all federal programs (special education, McKinney-Vento, English learners, and Title I); early childhood education; multi-tiered system of support (MTSS); social emotional learning, family and community engagement; health services; continuous improvement; and equity, diversity, and cultural competency.
Evan is also National Consultant, Trainer and Presenter with Dr. Ruby K. Payne’s aha! Process, Inc. www.ahaprocess.com . In his work with aha! Process, Evan provides local and national trainings, presentations, and speaking engagements on Dr. Ruby K. Payne’s most recent book and workshop “Emotional Poverty in All Demographics: How to Reduce Anger, Anxiety, and Violence in the Classroom”. https://www.ahaprocess.com/workshop/emotional-poverty-on- site-workshop.
Evan started his career in education as a crisis and behavior interventionist at a therapeutic day school in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Over the course of his career, he has held the following positions: special education paraprofessional, special education high school teacher, Latino parent outreach coordinator, dean of student discipline, community outreach coordinator, director of special services, director of bilingual education and English learners, Title I director, and assistant superintendent of special services.