Monday, June 17, 2019 at 8:30 AM EDT
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 3:30 PM EDT

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CKEC Training Center 
2331 Fortune Drive
Lexington,, KY 40509

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Cecilia Barnhill 
Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative 
6-17 and 6-18-19 6-17 & 6-18-19 Using Literature to Teach Math to Students with Complex Needs and Disabilities - No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts


Speaker: Mark Helton and Sally Miracle

Target Audience: Any school staff teaching math to students with Mild to Severe Disabilities and Complex Needs

High Leverage Practices: 

1. Collaborate with professionals to increase student success.

13. Adapt curriculum tasks and materials for specific goals

15. Provide scaffolded supports.

19. Use assistive and instructional technologies.


This two-day session will explore how to use various types of literature to teach math concepts to students with Mild, Moderate, and Severe Disabilities and Complex Needs. In addition to increasing knowledge base, participants will develop ready-to-use lessons and activities based on literature to teach math in their classrooms.  Activities will address concepts taught at elementary, middle, and high school levels. 

*Participants are required to attend both days.


If you need ADA accommodations, please email Cecilia Barnhill,  cecilia.barnhill@ckec.org


Please note that CKSEC accepts Purchase Orders and checks as forms of payment, for auditing purposes, we can not accept cash. 

Be sure to confirm with PO # prior to registration. 


At CKSEC, we love kids and families! Unfortunately, due to liability issues and professional decorum, children and other family members or friends are not permitted to attend our trainings.

Please get permission from CKEC prior to video or audio recording a portion or all of a CKEC session. 

Please dress in layers as it can be difficult to adjust the temperature.

Attendance Policy:

If you register to attend a session, but find you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration as early as possible. Space is limited and by canceling you will allow others to benefit from these highly qualified professional development opportunities. A fee could be assessed for no shows.

Districts will be notified of those who registered and did not attend or did not cancel prior to be session.