November Meet-Up

"Teaching Transition and Training Student Experts Part II"

November 28, 7:00-8:00pm, 2018 Central Standard Time

Part I was jam packed with ideas, resources and tips and tools!  So jam packed that we needed a Part II to focus on older studentsI

Back by popular demand, join Michelle Pandian as she continues the discussion started on Nov. 13th.  Join us for the discussion on how to teach transition skills and train student experts in middle school and beyond.


Michelle Pandian, M.Ed, Teacher of the Deaf

Michelle is a Transition Expert!  She is a second-generation Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, with more than 13 years experience as both a classroom teacher and an itinerant teacher. Michelle received her Masters of Science in Secondary Education from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT in Rochester, NY in 2006. She has taught in New York, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Michelle has served on the WI State Superintendent’s Advisory Council for DHH Students as well as on the Board of Wisconsin Families for Hands and Voices. Her articles on student advocacy, socialization, and transition have appeared in the Wisconsin Families for Hands and Voices Communicator as well as the Hands & Voices National Communicator Newspaper. Michelle presented on several occasions at the Wisconsin DHH Professional conference and was the Conference Ambassador in 2015. She has a special passion for teaching Transition for DHH students.  This virtual Meet Up will show you how transition planning can be done at every grade level and will emphasize the four key points every student needs to be successful.


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