• UW: Haring Center - PD Opportunities

    DUBs Talks are an opportunity for Haring Center researchers to share their findings with the local and national education community. These presentations highlight best practices, curriculum and resources based on work done in the classrooms of the Experimental Education Unit. Click Here to view previous DUBs Talks.
    Next DUBs Talk: Save the date for our next DUBs talk on Talking with Young Children About Race on March 21.

    Professional Development Trainings
    Preparing the next generation of professionals working with people with disabilities through compelling professional development opportunities in inclusive education.
    To view a full list of upcoming trainings or register, click here.


    Positive Behavior Guidance: I had it First! Problem Solving in the Moment
    February 7, 1-3PM
    To register click here.

    3 Hours - Conflict & Collaboration: Working Together in Tense Environments
    February 9, 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
    To register click here.
    Project DATA Model for Teaching Young Children with ASD (Two Full Days)
    February 15-16
    To register click here.

    Recorded Webinars
    Sexuality, Disability, and ABA Practice 200 Series
    See the Professional Development page for more details
    Navigating the Waters of Insurance Reimbursement for ABA Providers
    See the Professional Development page for more details

    For more information about our Professional Development programs, visit the Professional Development page, email pdutrain@uw.edu or call 206-616-8974.

    The Haring Center, at the University of Washington, has been a leader in inclusive education since its inception in 1966. We improve the lives of children with and without developmental disabilities and their families through research, training and programs that drive education policy and practice. Visit our website to learn more about Haring Center.

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