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The following are Upcoming Conferences

Special Education Category

     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Special Education Para Educator Skill Blocks [A]
These Skill Blocks are required for all newly-hired para educators working with students with disabilities in IEPs, but all para educators are welcome. All Skill Blocks are offered on Late Start Wednesdays, from 8 am - 10 am at the LSC. Skills learned are:
  • Skill Block #1 - Dealing with Challenging Behaviors
    Sept. 6 & Feb. 7
  • Skill Block #2 - Beyond Universal Precautions: Health Issues for Children with Disabilities
    Oct. 4 & Mar. 7
  • Skill Block #3 - Helping Students Communicate: Verbal and Written Expression
    Nov. 2 & Apr. 5
  • Skill block #4 - Academic Interventions & Accommodations in the Classroom
    Dec. 7 & May 3

Special Education Category

     PST Subcategory

          Bullet Special Education Case Management This session is new [A]
Target group: Special Education providers - teachers, speech/language pathologists, current SSEFs, etc.

This team will focus on identifying needs based on the fact that the SSEF position is going away. They will create guiding documents, planning tools, and resources for teachers to improve practices around case management, IEP development, and implementation.
          Bullet Special Education Elementary Math PST [A]
Target group: Elementary special education teachers

This group will:
  • research best practices in mathematics for students with disabilities
  • explore Envisions 2.0 math curriculum
  • identify materials needed for special education teachers to support students and general ed teachers
  • identify training needs to support special education teachers
          Bullet ULS Curriculum Roll-Out [A]
Target group: Middles School and High School based Significant Support Needs (SSN) teachers that are required to sue the ULS curriculum.

Starting in August teachers will be using the “Unique Learning Systems” curriculum in their SSN classroom. During our collaboration time each teacher will share and problem solve around issues related to the planning and implementation of the ULS Curriculum. At the end of each month teachers will review the following months lessons. Exploring and planning as group we will go through the monthly lesson plans, review which lessons and activities work well and which don’t. Teachers will troubleshoot technology issues, communication ideas, lesson planning and implementation.
     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Crisis Prevention & Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
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) Initial Training
Target group: Recommended for Special Education teachers, Behavior Coaches, and Paraeducators who work with students who require physical intervention.

This course will focus on crisis situations, identifying the levels of escalated behavior and appropriate verbal and nonverbal de-escalation strategies in response to each of those levels.

Additionally, the course will teach protective interventions and nonviolent physical crisis intervention methods including team strategies and restraints.

For Administrators and Special Education Staff ONLY.


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