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1. BrainSTEPS Concussion Management Team Training

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 8/16/2023

This course is designed to train members of the school building's Return to Learn Concussion Management Team (CMT) how to manage student concussions for the initial 4-6 weeks post concussion. CMT members will learn how to monitor a student's academics and post-concussion symptoms while gathering appropriate data to justify educational decisions. Second, CMT members will learn how to ensure concussed students receive appropriate educational supports during the initial 4-6 weeks post concussion to promote faster recovery. School staff serving on the CMT will learn how concussion affects learning and strategies they can employ to help students remain in school throughout the recovery process. Access the training by cutting and pasting this link into your web browser. https://concussions.brainsteps.net/ NOTE: It takes a few days for your registration to be activated through the system.

2. INDUCTION CONSORTIUM: Orientation/Network #1 & Universal Design for Learning (UDL)_BY INVITATION ONLY

Program: District Induction Consortium

Audience: Educational Staff Enrolled in the IU8 District Induction Consortium ONLY

Dates: 9/11/2023

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**NOTE** PLEASE BRING A LAPTOP OR IPAD WITH YOU. If you need IU8 to provide you with a laptop during the training, please email spetrick@iu08.org with the subject line "LAPTOP NEEDED." New teachers will be introduced to their colleagues across the region, and they will learn the requirements of the IU8 District Induction Consortium. UDL is a framework for inclusive education that aims to reduce barriers to learning and optimize each individual's opportunity to learn. It is based on brain research that examines pathways of engagement, recognition, and strategic planning. Understanding the 3 principles and core beliefs of UDL is necessary to reflect on materials, strategies, and methods implemented within your classroom to more purposefully plan lessons to be flexible and accessible, resulting in maximal outcomes for all students. Facilitator: Andrea Zern, IU8 Educational Consultant & Jennifer Anderson, IU8 Director of Professional Learning

3. Strengthening Your MTSS Framework

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 10/20/2023 to 4/4/2024

Already have your MTSS Framework established but are ready to grow and develop you MTSS Manual? This workshop series is for you and your core team! Your IU8 MTSS Consultants will guide you to reflect upon your current MTSS practices and implementation. You will create your MTSS Manual during work time with the support of your consultants. Collaboration opportunities will also be included. Act 48 hours will be reported at the end of the series.
Educators serve; we utilize our gifts and talents so that others may thrive. This is not an easy task. In fact, it is not a task at all; it is a calling - a heartfelt and selfless purpose-driven mission. This session will focus on what we have been called to do and how this mindset is modeled and implemented in the educational setting.

5. 10 Success Factors for Literacy Intervention: Getting Results with MTSS in Elementary School - Book Study

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 10/26/2023 to 3/21/2024

Please join us for this Free Virtual Book Study focusing on 10 SuccessFactors for Literacy Intervention: Getting Results with MTSS in Elementary School. Spend some time in dialog with a group of you colleagues to learn about practice, strategies, and trends in literacy education that relate directly to teaching literacy with an MTSS Framework. A free book will be provided to the first 20 registrants who request one. Zoom links will be sent after registration. ACT 48 will be reported after the last session.

6. IU8 INDUCTION CONSORTIUM: Shared & Data-Informed Decision Making_BY INVITATION ONLY

Program: District Induction Consortium

Audience: Educators enrolled in the IU8 District Induction Consortium ONLY

Dates: 11/17/2023

This session will explore various types of assessments. You will gain an understanding of various types of assessments, the purpose of these assessments, and how to use the data gathered to benefit learners. Facilitator: Jennifer Herncane, IU8 Curriculum Specialist/Instructional Coach Mentor

7. IU8 INDUCTION CONSORTIUM: Instructional Planning & Design_BY INVITATION ONLY

Program: District Induction Consortium

Dates: 12/8/2023

This session will build on the participants' knowledge of UDL. We will explore resources and design structures to assist with differentiating to meet the needs of all learners. Facilitator: Tracy Rains, IU8 Virtual Learning Specialist

8. IU8 DISTRICT INDUCTION CONSORTIUM: Classroom Management for Elementary & Secondary Teachers_BY INVITATION ONLY

Program: District Induction Consortium

Audience: Educators enrolled in the IU8 District Induction Consortium ONLY

Dates: 12/11/2023

The classroom is one of the most challenging areas an educator faces on a day-to-day basis. Student problem behavior is cited by the U.S. Department of Educatio
as one of the top three reasons why educators leave the field and are one of the top two content areas identified
by teachers as a gap in pre-service training. Effective classroom management is important to the whole educational process because it provides students with a safe, consistent, positive, and predictable learning environment. In turn, this helps prevent teacher burnout and will make students and teachers feel safer and happier. Classroom management involves more than just discipline and sending students to the office.
Through this learning path, you will learn about proactive, evidence-based classroom management strategies that research proves to promote positive
student behavior. By the end of the learning path, you will develop a fully customized comprehensive classroom management plan for your own classroom environment.

Facilitator(s): IU8 Behavior Team
We have accepted the call to serve. We pour into students' lives daily, ensuring they receive our very best so that they can be their very best. However, are we replenishing ourselves in return by expanding our perspective and our skillset with the intent to restore? This session will focus on the importance of utilizing and maximizing all we have to offer in an effort to remain positive, resilient and enriched.
Growing is a process. It can occur all at once, in sporadic spurts, and/or slowly over a course of time. The process can be expected, surprising, enjoyable, and/or uncomfortable. Growth can impact culture, climate, and dialogue. This session will focus on the importance of growth and being humble enough to expect and accept the process.

11. IU8 DISTRICT INDUCTION CONSORTIUM: Standards - The PA SAS Portal & Network #2

Program: District Induction Consortium

Audience: Educators enrolled in the IU8 District Induction Consortium ONLY

Dates: 3/8/2024

This session will acclimate teachers to the PA Standards Aligned System (SAS) Portal. Through a high-level overview, teachers will be able to identify the six elements that impact student achievement. Facilitator: Amanda Williamson, IU8 Educational Consultant

12. Vision of the Future:>Leveraging AI for Personalized Learning for All Students

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 3/25/2024

The training session will provide educators practical strategies for implementing artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool to tailor learning experiences to meet the diverse needs of students. By utilizing AI, teachers can craft personalized learning paths, offer targeted interventions, and provide customized support to enhance engagement and learning outcomes across a spectrum of diverse student needs and abilities.

13. CANCELLED - Non-Violent Crisis Intervention: Refresher Training

Program: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCI)

Audience: Participants must be employees of school districts within the IU8 counties of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset.

Dates: 4/9/2024

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This standard refresher training is for individuals who are currently certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and are required to receive the annual three-hour refresher workshop to maintain certification. Individuals must arrive on time, participate, stay the entire session, and pass the test to receive certification. Casual dress - wear comfortable, non-slip shoes (no sandals). Lunch on your own. In the event of inclement weather, registrants will be notified by email of any schedule changes. Trainings may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Districts will be invoiced for cost of training.

14. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 4/9/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

15. Just Give Him the Whale! - In-Person Workshop with Dr. Paula Kluth

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Educators at all levels (teachers, administrators, support staff), Related support providers, School counselors and psychologists
Anyone interested in fostering inclusive and supportive learning environments

Dates: 4/10/2024

Join us for an immersive and transformative in-person workshop led by Dr. Paula Kluth, a highly respected educator, author, and inclusion expert. This hands-on session will center around her widely acclaimed book, "Just Give Him the Whale: 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism." Event Highlights: During this engaging in-person workshop, Dr. Paula Kluth will dive into the concept of strengths-based teaching for students with autism. Participants will explore 20 effective strategies that leverage students' fascinations, interests, and areas of expertise to promote learning, engagement, and socialization. Through inspiring stories and real-life examples, Dr. Kluth will illustrate how to tap into a child's passions to enhance their educational experience and unlock their full potential. With years of experience and a passion for inclusive education, Dr. Paula Kluth has become a trailblazer in empowering educators to embrace neurodiversity and nurture the strengths of students with autism. Her practical and compassionate approach has helped countless teachers and parents create more inclusive and supportive learning environments. Please note the attending the book study for Just Give Him the Whale! is not a requirement to attend.

16. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 4/15/2024

Starting Soon
Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

17. IU8 Instructional Coaching Network

Program: Curriculum & Instruction

Dates: 4/18/2024

Starting Soon
Monthly Instructional Coaching workshops are designed for instructional/virtual coaches to participate in collaboration with other instructional coaches across many districts and professional learning. The coaches will learn instructional strategies to strengthen practice, increase student engagement and improve student learning in both face to face and virtual setting. Coaches will share information learned at the monthly coaching workshops with administration and instructional staff at their school.

18. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 4/19/2024

Starting Soon
Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

19. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 4/19/2024

Starting Soon
Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

20. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 4/23/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

21. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention: Initial Training

Program: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCI)

Audience: Participants must be employees of school districts within the IU8 counties of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset.

Dates: 4/24/2024 to 4/25/2024

This initial training is for individuals who have not been certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention or have allowed their certification to lapse beyond the expiration date shown on a previously-issued Blue Card(TM) from an NCI training. This program emphasizes early intervention techniques for preventing and/or managing disruptive behavior. Personal safety techniques, restraint and transport techniques are also included. After receiving this certification, the annual 3-hour Foundations of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention refresher training is required to maintain certification. Individuals must arrive on time, participate, stay the entire session, and pass the test to receive certification. Casual dress - wear comfortable, non-slip shoes (no sandals). Lunch on your own. In the event of inclement weather, registrants will be notified by email of any schedule changes. Trainings may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Districts will be invoiced for cost of training.

22. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 5/7/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

23. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 5/7/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

24. Curriculum Network 5-9-24

Program: Curriculum & Instruction

Dates: 5/9/2024

Please join us for our bi-monthly Curriculum Network Meeting

25. Tech Tidbit Tuesdays -Session 9

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 5/14/2024

Join us for this monthly virtual network as we explore a variety of Assistive Technology features and tools from a variety of companies. We will target technology for reading, writing, and math as well as technology for communication and access!

26. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention: Refresher Training

Program: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCI)

Audience: Participants must be employees of school districts within the IU8 counties of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset.

Dates: 5/15/2024

This standard refresher training is for individuals who are currently certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and are required to receive the annual three-hour refresher workshop to maintain certification. Individuals must arrive on time, participate, stay the entire session, and pass the test to receive certification. Casual dress - wear comfortable, non-slip shoes (no sandals). Lunch on your own. In the event of inclement weather, registrants will be notified by email of any schedule changes. Trainings may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Districts will be invoiced for cost of training.

27. SLP Network - Session 5

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 5/15/2024

Join this virtual network to learn and grow as your provide speech and language services.

28. Guided Reflections for PLCs

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 5/16/2024

Guided Reflections for PLCs

29. IU8 Instructional Coaching Network

Program: Curriculum & Instruction

Dates: 5/23/2024

Monthly Instructional Coaching workshops are designed for instructional/virtual coaches to participate in collaboration with other instructional coaches across many districts and professional learning. The coaches will learn instructional strategies to strengthen practice, increase student engagement and improve student learning in both face to face and virtual setting. Coaches will share information learned at the monthly coaching workshops with administration and instructional staff at their school.

30. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 6/3/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

31. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention: Refresher Training

Program: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCI)

Audience: Participants must be employees of school districts within the IU8 counties of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset.

Dates: 6/13/2024

This standard refresher training is for individuals who are currently certified in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and are required to receive the annual three-hour refresher workshop to maintain certification. Individuals must arrive on time, participate, stay the entire session, and pass the test to receive certification. Casual dress - wear comfortable, non-slip shoes (no sandals). Lunch on your own. In the event of inclement weather, registrants will be notified by email of any schedule changes. Trainings may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Districts will be invoiced for cost of training.

32. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 6/27/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

33. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 6/27/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

34. Structured Literacy PreK-3

Program: Curriculum & Instruction

Dates: 7/11/2024

This sessions is for teachers with a certification in Grades Prek-3. This professional learning will address all of the structured literacy competencies set forth by the State of PA.

35. QPR Suicide Prevention Training

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Any Educator

Dates: 7/16/2024

QPR is an emergency response to someone in a suicide crisis. Early recognition of warning signs, early intervention and early professional assessment and care can save lives.

36. Introduction to Restorative Practices

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Administration and Teachers

Dates: 7/18/2024

Building and strengthening relationships and community is a critical component of school culture. Restorative practices is an essential process for creating a positive learning environment, building social capital, and resolving relational issues. During this introductory experience, you will learn the fundamental theory and practices for engaging with students, staff, and parents in your school setting. Topics include the importance of being explicit about practice, how to set high expectations while being supportive, and ways to build community in your setting. We will discuss giving direct feedback and asking questions that foster accountability, as well as utilizing effective methods to resolve common conflicts. You will learn to apply the restorative practices continuum, understanding which restorative processes are best for achieving certain goals or responding to particular situations. We will focus specifically on facilitating circles, an essential process for creating a positive learning environment and school culture. Circles can be used both proactively and responsively to build social capital, sustain relationships, address social problems, and respond when harm occurs. Participants will spend time planning circles to use in their schools immediately. Presenters are certified IIRP Restorative Practices trainers.

37. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 7/23/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

38. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 7/23/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

39. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 7/25/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

40. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 7/25/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

41. Structured Literacy 4-8

Program: Curriculum & Instruction

Dates: 8/9/2024

This sessions is for teachers with a certification in Grades 4-8. This professional learning will address all of the structured literacy competencies set forth by the State of PA.

42. Establishing Component Skills Through Evidence-Based Practices

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Dates: 8/12/2024 to 8/14/2024

New
This free, IDEA funded session will provide intensive training and guided practices in teaching skills as they relate to applied behavior analytic (ABA) interventions. Note- Formerly "Intensive Skills Training in Evidence-Based Practice: Principles of ABA and Effective Instruction"

43. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 8/20/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

44. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 8/21/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.

45. Building Capacity & Promoting Instruction Through PASA DLM

Program: Training & Consultation / Special Education

Audience: Special Educators, Administrators, and Related Service Providers as well as General Education Educators

Dates: 8/21/2024

Required Training for ALL LEAs Providing Standards-Aligned Instruction to Students with Comprehensive Support Needs. The training is designed to build statewide capacity regarding the provision of standards aligned instruction and assessment using Essential Elements (EEs) for students with complex learning needs. Participants will see how EEs have already been modified for instructional use and identify existing resources to support implementation in lesson and unit planning (i.e., unpacking DLM essential elements, professional development modules, instructional planner, mini-maps, and more). A required asynchronous introductory training will be provided to all registrants prior to your session date.