Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute Presbyterian College

Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute

Square Pegs/Round Holes – Why We Need to Pay Attention to Learning Differences
Workshop with Dr. Debbie Silver

This event was canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The Education Department invites preservice and inservice educators to attend the Sixth Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute on Saturday, April 18, 2020 at Presbyterian College.

In the morning, one of the nation’s most popular professional development presenters and best-selling author, Dr. Debbie Silver, will present a workshop on differentiated learning. Who are your learners? Extrovert or introvert? Concrete or Abstract? Sequential or Random? Visual or Tactile? Dr. Silver will provide tools and strategies for identifying how individual students learn best and how to maximize their classroom experience.

In the afternoon, Special Education professor and students from Bob Jones University will share how students used 3D technology to differentiate instruction for learners with disabilities.

About the Charles Chadwell Endowment for Special Education

This event is made possible by the Charles Chadwell Endowment for Special Education. The endowment was established in 1984 by Francis E. Cothran and his wife Jean Syminton Cothran in recognition of Dr. Charles Chadwell’s service as superintendent of the Whitten Center in Clinton. Billy Cothran, Mr. and Mrs. Cothran’s only son, was a resident of the Whitten Center. The endowment is designed to be used for scholarship awards for students who plan to continue their education in the field of special education, and is also in place to “provide seminars, lectures, or workshops led by recognized authorities in fields related to Special Education, which will promote a better understanding of the circumstances” faced by individuals with disabilities and their families.

Past Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute Events