Center for Outreach & Education

Educators Conference

Effective Practices for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities:
Tools for Today’s Classroom

Join the National Down Syndrome Congress for a one-day conference designed for educators working to enhance outcomes for their students with Down syndrome, autism, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Practical in nature, this conference will engage participants in identifying and implementing strategies applicable to K-12 classrooms. Discussions will provide strategies for educators to enhance instruction through effective reading interventions, differentiated and universally designed curriculum, technology, and behavioral practices. Attendees will leave equipped with ideas, tips, strategies, tools, and solutions that they can implement in the classroom.

Upcoming Conferences
Bring an Educators Conference to Your Area

Are you an Affiliate organization interested in having an Educators Conference in your area?  Complete the application below for consideration.

Educators Conference Application

Thank you for your interest in the NDSC’s Educators Conference. Please answer the following questions to help us better understand your needs. We look forward to working with you and serving the teachers in your area.
  • What areas (i.e. counties, cities, regions, and/or states) would be served by this program?
  • When are you interested in holding the program?
  • Do you have a preferred or suggested venue to hold the program?
  • If you have board members, volunteers, and parents that would be interested in helping with the planning process, please list their name and relationship to your organization?
  • Please select which best describes your organization's annual operating budget?
  • What is your allocated budget range for this program?
  • Once you submit your application, you will receive a confirmation to the email listed above. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact tamara@NDSCcenter.org. Applications are reviewed by the NDSC monthly.