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The following are Upcoming Conferences

Special Education Category



     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Special Education Para Educator Skill Blocks - East [A]
Required for all new special education paraeducators.
          Bullet Special Education Para Educator Skill Blocks - West [A]
Required for all new paras.

Special Education Category



     Process Model Subcategory

          Bullet Enrich (IEP) Training Day
Target group: Special Education teachers and related service providers.

Learn to write a high quality, instructional appropriate IEP in Enrich. Participants will write an IEP that will be compliant and educationally relevant. Practice with tools you can use on a daily basis in writing your IEPs and gathering data for progress monitoring.
     PST Subcategory

          Bullet Study of Assessment for students with visual impairments This session is new [A]
Target Group: Teachers of students with Visual Impairments.

We will study and evaluate a minimum of eight assessment tools by reading the assessment protocols, describing the possible audience, conducting the assessment on a student, and rating the assessment. We will rate each assessment in the areas of: ease/timeliness of use, quality of information given, and usefulness for our district. We will then create a reference manual denoting the pros and cons of each assessment as well as the specific situations in which each assessment can be used.
     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Advanced CPI Refresher - Enhancing Verbal Skills
Target group:Special Education teachers/ specialists. Prerequisite: CPI Initial

Would you like to grow your verbal skills in the area of responding to agitated, disruptive, and non-compliant students?

Through this training, participants will:

  • enhance communication skill sets such as: non-verbal communication, verbal interactions, de-escalation strategies, debriefing practices, and relationship building
  • build a foundation of Life Space Crisis Intervention strategies
  • build a confidence base to apply course content and skills to real-life work experience
  • reinforce the philosophy mirrored in both the Non-Violent Crisis Intervention program and the Enhancing Verbal Skills program to utilize a crisis situation for new learning and supporting positive change in behavior

Register for only one session. Note: The sessions overlap so that all participants can be trained on the physicals at one time.
          Bullet Being a Special Educator in St. Vrain - EXPERIENCED
Target group: Required of all new Special Education staff with 3 or more years of teaching experience.

This class is designed for EXPERIENCED School Special Education staff (teachers & itinerants). Using a "blended learning model", this class will give participants an understanding of St. Vrain policies and procedures in special education and the state and federal regulations that drive these processes. Participants will learn how to navigate “Enrich” (on-line IEP software) and apply their learning to write quality Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) with appropriate data collection and progress monitoring. This class allows new staff an opportunity to personally interact with district special education administrators and coordinators. A portion of each class focuses on “burning” questions from the participants.
          Bullet Being a Special Educator in St. Vrain - NOVICE
Target group: This class is required for all NEW Special Education Teachers (0 - 2 years of experience)

This class is designed for NOVICE School Special Education teachers. Using a "blended learning model", this class will give participants an understanding of St. Vrain policies and procedures in special education and the state and federal regulations that drive these processes. Participants will learn how to navigate “Enrich” (on-line IEP software) and apply their learning to write quality Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) with appropriate data collection and progress monitoring. Participants will explore best practices in instruction including effective classroom management, using assessment to drive instruction and IEP goals, and reflect on their professional practice. This class allows new staff an opportunity to personally interact with district special education administrators and coordinators. A portion of each class focuses on “burning” questions from the participants.
          Bullet Being an Itinerant in St. Vrain
Target group: Special Education-Related Service Providers (SLPs, OTs, PTs, School Psychologists, DHH, TVI).

Using a "blended learning model", this class will give participants an understanding of St. Vrain policies and procedures in special education and the state and federal regulations that drive these processes. Participants will learn how to navigate “Enrich” (on-line IEP software) and apply their learning to write quality Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) with appropriate data collection and progress monitoring. This class allows new staff an opportunity to personally interact with district special education administrators and coordinators. A portion of each class focuses on “burning” questions from the participants.
          Bullet Core Word Wall for ECSE and Elementary SSN [A]
Target group: ECSE preschool teachers and paras, elementary SSN teaches and paras, elementary autism teachers and paras and SLPs

Interested in increasing your students communicative abilities? This class specifically provides tools and resources for elementary SSN teachers, ECSE preschool, and elementary autism teachers who are interested in increasing their students´ language skills.

A core word wall is an oversized manual communication board that the staff will use to model language for the students. Participants will leave with an understanding and philosophy of core vocabulary. They will learn how to utilize the core word wall in their classroom in both whole group and individual instruction.

Use of the core word wall has proven to be beneficial in increasing students communication abilities in both elementary SSN and ECSE classrooms. Ideally whole teams should attend this training including teacher, paras and classroom SLP together. One core word poster (24x36) will be provided per classroom team, ledger to letter size will be available for all.
          Bullet Crisis Prevention & Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training [A]
Target Group: Recommended for Special Education teachers, Behavior Coaches, and Paraeducators who work with students who require physical intervention. You must have previously taken the Initial training.

The CPI Refresher Course will review, strengthen, and extend core content, key concepts, and understanding of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training. Additionally, participants will review and demonstrate competence in CPI´s Personal Safety Techniques and Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention.

For Administrators and Special Education Staff ONLY.
          Bullet Crisis Prevention and Intervention (CPI) Hybrid Initial Training [A]

After registering, you will receive an e-mail invitation to register for online learning through the Crisis Prevention Institute.

The Hybrid Initial training for Nonviolent Crisis Prevention and Intervention is a blended delivery model option that combines eLearning (online) and classroom instruction. The online training takes approximately 2-3 self-paced hours to be completed independently on the CPI website, followed by a 4 hour actual classroom training.

Through online, lecture, demonstration and practice, educators will learn:
  • to recognize warning signs which allow early intervention
  • to use verbal and nonverbal techniques to avoid a confrontation
  • successful verbal de-escalation techniques for crisis situations
  • nonviolent physical crisis protective strategies and intervention methods
          Bullet Developing a Functional Behavior Assessment and an Effective Behavior Intervention Plan
Target Group: Special Education Case Managers and School Psychologists

The purpose of this professional development course is to provide special education case managers and school psychologists the opportunity to develop their skills in writing and implementing a Functional Behavior Assessment(FBA)and Behavior Intervention Plan(BIP). Participants will complete the Basic FBA to BIP e-learning Modules in a blended online and in-person format. Participants will complete the online learning components of the training independently and come to the classes with completed learning tasks ready to collaborate with peers in active learning. Participants will be completing and FBA and BIP on a current student.

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