Arts4All Florida provides monthly webinars during the school year so that teaching artists, classroom teachers, cultural arts organizations and adult artists with disabilities can keep up-to-date on the latest information on the arts and disability.  These webinars are provided free of charge; however, registration is required.


September: Differentiated Instruction and Alternate Assessment in Music

Music educators are being asked more and more to provide data regarding assessment and individual student progress while also teaching across grade levels and often teaching various combinations of students with exceptionalities. It can be challenging for music educators to best serve students with disabilities and create successful instruction and assessment methods for this population, especially when they are combined with a neurotypical class. This webinar will cover tips and tricks on differentiated instruction in the music classroom, alternative assessment for music, access points in music, and how to advocate for your students with disabilities in your classroom. While most of the subject material in this webinar will be focused on general music classes, ensemble based instruction will be covered as well. It will be a great starting guide to make sure ALL of your students, regardless of functioning level, are included and appropriately assessed in your music classroom.



Laura Meehan received her undergraduate degree in Music Education from Texas Tech University and her Masters in Music Therapy from Florida State University. She is a board certified music therapist and is a certified teacher in both the areas of music and special education. Ms. Meehan currently teaches in Tampa at a K-12 public school exclusively for students with exceptionalities. She has presented at the district, state, national, and international levels regarding instruction for students with disabilities, particularly in music. Along with teaching and presenting clinics, Ms. Meehan is currently getting her PhD in Educational Leadership with a focus in Special Education at University of South Florida. 

  • September 18, 4-5 pm (east coast)
  • September 26, 4-5 pm (east coast)



November: Working Collaboratively with the Special Education Teacher and Paraprofessional in the Art Classroom

Frustrated with paraprofessionals in your classroom? Feel like the special education teachers don't tell you enough about their students? Learn how to work WITH paraprofessionals and special education teachers to benefit each other and everyone else in your room! You will learn successful strategies on how to work with special education teachers and paraprofessionals to help them help you. 



Karen Rosenburg has been teaching art for 23 years. She currently teaches visual arts and ceramics at New Hope-Solebury High School in New Hope, PA where she is also the District Special Area Curriculum Liaison. She received her B.A. in Art Education from Kutztown University and her M.A. in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations from Moore College of Art and Design. Her interest is in inclusion for all in the arts and has worked with various school districts, educational organizations, associations and museums including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art. She has presented on the topic of inclusion at state, national, and international conferences. Karen is also the 2019 National Art Education Association (NAEA), VSA, and The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Peter J. Geisser Special Needs in Art Education Teacher of the Year and the 2018 Pennsylvania Art Education Association (PAEA) Special Needs in Art Education Teacher of the Year. She currently serves as the PAEA Special Needs in Art Education Chair. 

  • November 7, 4-5 pm (east coast)
  • November 14, 4-5 pm (east coast)


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Arts4All Florida webinars are supported in part by the Florida Department of Education’s Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services and the Florida Department of State’s Division of Cultural Affairs.