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Breakout 3C

2:00 pm - 2:50 pm Central Time

Dr. Emajonite Etienne, wearing a green blazer, standing in front of a bookshelf

Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Autism

Presented by:

 

Dr. Emajonite Etienne, Professor, Instructional Coach, and Special Needs Advocate

Session Description:

Unlock the potential for meaningful progress in supporting students with autism through this comprehensive workshop on Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs). Designed for educators, this workshop aims to provide a deep understanding of proven strategies rooted in empirical research, ensuring that participants leave with the knowledge and skills needed to make a positive impact on the lives of students with autism.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Emajonite Etienne, a renowned consultant in evidence-based practices for students with autism, holds a Ed.D. in Curriculum and Teaching and is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with autism by sharing awareness of evidence-based practices. With over a decade of experience, Dr. Etienne combines academic expertise with a passion for evidence-based practices. As a sought-after speaker and educator, Dr. Etienne has conducted workshops locally, empowering educators and caregivers with practical strategies to support neurodiverse learners. Dr. Etienne brings a dynamic blend of research-backed insights and real-world experience to inspire positive change in the field of autism education. Dr. Etienne currently serves as a professor, instructional coach, and special needs advocate in New Jersey. Dr. Etienne is a mom of three children and a proud Haitian American.

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