Maine schools are allowed to restrain and seclude children ages 3-20 in the case of emergency; however, Maine ranks #1 in the use of restraint and #2 in the use of seclusion nationally. Furthermore, students with disabilities are restrained and secluded at much higher rates than others. Join us for a panel discussion and problem-solving around this issue.
This event will be facilitiated by UNE Education Department Chair and Associate Professor Audrey Bartholomew, Ph.D.
Faculty Profile: https://www.une.edu/people/audrey-bartholomew
CECE events are designed to give you as much opportunity as possible to learn about, from, and with each other, while maximizing responsiveness to changing conditions caused by COVID-19. Please check back often for latest information about viewing opportunities below:
UNE students, staff, faculty only:
Facebook Live: facebook.com/UNECollaborative (Interactive opportunity)
Livestream: une.edu/live (Viewing only)
Participation can be applied toward students’ IP Honors Distinction.
Competencies: Values and Ethics
Collaborative Partners: UNE Education Department
*Community partners – Are you looking for Continuing Education Credits?
To receive a certificate of attendance, please pre-register:
Your confirmed attendance will merit a certificate of attendance/CEU.
UNE Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education