Education In-Service Module

Volunteer Module: Education In-Service

This module is the second step to become a TAA Education In-Service Volunteer. Upon completion of the Introduction to Tourette Syndrome module, you will then take the Education In-Service module.

This module will prepare you to:

  • Confidently conduct Education In-Service presentations for educators, school-based professionals, and the general community.
  • Discuss the impact of co-occurring conditions on students’ classroom performance.
  • Describe possible classroom strategies and techniques for working with students who have Tourette Syndrome.
  • Tailor Education In-Service presentations to suit the needs of different audiences.
  • Know where to direct audience members for additional resources.

This module is also self-paced and can be taken at your leisure. Upon completion, you will be asked to complete a post-test survey and then be able to download the certificate of completion.

Step 3: Once you have completed the two modules (Introduction to TS and Education In-Service), you are required to forward both downloaded certificates of completion to Wendy Wegman, TAA Education Specialist, at: [email protected].

Step 4: Congrats! You should now have everything you need to provide high quality programming and services to your community. Wendy will be in touch with information about upcoming monthly phone calls. During these calls you will get to chat with other Chapter volunteers who are providing these services as well and to share experiences, ask questions, and receive feedback and advice. The TAA appreciates your commitment and willingness to further contribute to the TS community!

If you have questions about any parts of this process, please feel free to contact Wendy.

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