On January 30, 2013 CADRE hosted a webinar with Philip Moses, Assistant Director, Preparing for Dispute Resolution: CADRE’s Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase.
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About the Webinar: CADRE’s Parent Dispute Resolution Showcase is the result of feedback from parent leaders on resources that would be most helpful to parent center staff, family members, parents and professionals as they prepare to participate in the full range of dispute resolution processes and practices. This easily searchable collection of resources contains a variety of items from policy and guidance documents to preparation materials, and from brochures and factsheets to website links containing webinars and videos. These materials address the expanding continuum of dispute resolution process and practices from early prevention approaches such as stakeholder training through collaborative processes such as mediation and IEP facilitation. The Showcase also includes items related to IDEA procedures such as Written State Complaints and Due Process Hearings. This webinar helped users to understand how the nearly 200 individual items contained in the Showcase are organized and different ways of accessing them.
About the Presenter: Philip Moses serves as CADRE's Assistant Director helping to manage the full range of CADRE's activities including the use of advanced technology as well as traditional means to provide technical assistance to state departments of education in order to improve the effectiveness of special education dispute resolution systems. He also supports parents, educators, professionals, program administrators, attorneys and advocates to benefit from the full continuum of conflict resolution options that can prevent and resolve conflict.
Philip was formerly Coordinator of the Program on Public Policy Dispute Resolution at the Government Law Center of Albany Law School where he was also an Adjunct Faculty member teaching courses on mediation and alternative dispute resolution. He served as President of the New York State Dispute Resolution Association from 1995 – 1997 and was formerly the Director of the Dispute Resolution Center of Onondaga County. Philip completed his M.A. in Political Science with a Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution through the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and holds several others certificates in the field. Between 1996 and 2011, Philip chaired eight national conferences including six on behalf of CADRE.
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