Join us for a special education Classcraft webinar

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Sean ArnoldClasscraft is proud to invite all special education teachers to an exclusive webinar event this Thursday, October 6 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time (EDT).

Leading the webinar is Classcraft Ambassador Sean Arnold, an educator in New York City’s District 75, the citywide district for students with more intense special needs. Arnold has taught in District 75 for 11 years with a wide variety of populations, from preschool to 21 year olds, with emphasis on students with emotional disturbances and autism spectrum disorder.

The webinar will introduce teachers to Classcraft, an online role-playing game that turns learning into an adventure, with a focus on how it can be used to help special needs students. Professional development certificates are available for attending.

UPDATE: Watch the recording below! Ask Sean Arnold your questions in our forums.

Photo credit: iStock.com/Christopher Futcher

Stephanie Carmichael Stephanie is the editor-in-chief of the Classcraft Blog and the Head of Content for Classcraft (www.classcraft.com). She's a proud advocate of games for social good and loves talking with teachers about their amazing experiences in the classroom. Email her at [email protected]
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