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Using Joint Activity Routines (JARs) in your play to maximize early learning and development

  • Wednesday, March 06, 2024
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Online Webinar (please note this is Central Standard Time)
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Registration

  • Free for who are currently enrolled as Career Path DTs in IDTA. Please e-mail us at info@illinoisdta.org to obtain your registration code.
  • This rate is for companies, EI supporting organizations, and CFC's only. Please e-mail us at info@illinoisdta.org to receive your registration code. This rate is valid for groups of 10, each registration after that will be the standard rate of $30 per registrant. If you have multiple groups of ten you can utilize the registration code for this as well.
  • This webinar is free for all IDTA members

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Please join us as Kim Hoehne presents her webinar entitled:

Using Joint Attention Routines (JARS) in your play to maximize early learning and development

This webinar will teach you what a Joint Activity Routine (JAR) is and explain why it is so helpful in guiding play. It will provide lots of examples of JARs with various types of play and include recommendations on data collection and fidelity implementation.

The main objectives of this webinar are listed below:

  • Share the 2 golden rules to being a trusted player
  • Define what a Joint Activity Routine (JAR) is and explain why it is so helpful in guiding play
  • Discuss the two main types of JARs
  • Describe lots of examples with various types of play
  • Provide recommendations on data collection and fidelity implementation

More about our presentor: Kim Hoehne received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Lake Forest College and her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University.  She went on to receive a certificate of specialty from PennState in Applied Behavior Analysis for Special Education.  Kim is a developmental specialist and is Board Certified and Licensed as a Behavior Analyst.  She began working with children with ASD and related disorders in 1993. She founded and is CEO of KGH Autism Services, an Interdisciplinary Autism Therapy Center. 

EI credits pending

(please note credit is currently unavailable for states outside of Illinois)

This training is open to all Early Intervention Providers and Service Coordinators

There will be a free reflective practice session offered after the webinar for all IDTA Members ONLY. This will require a separate registration. 

Please note, a strict no cancellation policy will be enforced for all IDTA webinars




 

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