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Special Education Category



     Process Model Subcategory

          Bullet Special Education Professional Learning Institute Presenters
Target Group: Special Education providers and special education leadership team.

The focus of this study is to develop a framework and process which allows special education providers opportunities to collaborate and develop meaningful professional development sessions for their colleagues and leaders on the August 10, 2020 PD day.

1. Attend the Introductory meeting (WebEx - April 22)

2. Complete virtual check in #1: Submit your planning and progress on your PD session with your small group. (1 hour - Small Group June 22nd, 2020)

3. Complete virtual check in #2: Submit your session materials and confirm room set up and final AV/materials requirements. (1 hour - Small Group July 27, 2020)

4. August 10th Set up for your PD session starting at 7am at Altona MS (1 hour - Face to Face)

5. Virtual Follow Up: Submit your final PD artifact, complete your reflection, experience survey, submit final documents and hours log (1 hour). August 14, 2020 - Schoology

     PST Subcategory

          Bullet Mead High School - Special Education Summer Prep 2020
Target Group: Mead High School Special Education Department

Instructor: Andrea Wolfe

This summer we will be working on several things in preparation for next year. Those items include; academic labs (literacy labs and executive functioning labs), caseloads, progress monitoring (how to implement if continuing with remote learning or hybrid model), conducting IEP meetings, data collection, including assessments for evaluations, supporting incoming 9th graders, class placements and distribution of IEP accommodations to general education teachers.

Meetings will be held virtually on Tuesdays from 9-11:30 starting on June 8, 2020.

          Bullet Thunder Valley K8 - Conducting Best Practice Special Education Evaluations [A]
Target Group: Thunder Valley Special Education Department

We will be looking at the process of holding an evaluation, steps needed, participants needed and ensure best practices and IEP compliance with the special education case managers. We will be asking participants to submit IEP paperwork for checks of compliance and best practices. We will also conduct observations of evaluations to ensure best practices.

     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Being a Special Educator in St. Vrain - NOVICE [A]
Target group: This class is required for all NEW Special Education Teachers

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 a Special Educator Instructional Practices This session is new [A]
Target Group: Required for all NEW Special Education Teachers

This class is designed for 2nd year Novice Special Education teachers and experienced special education teachers.

Using a "blended learning model", this class will give participants an opportunity for a deep dive into effective instructional practices. Participants will be required to develop monthly videos of their own instruction in the classroom, or through a virtual classroom experience. After sharing instructional videos, participants will be able to reflect on their instruction to support best practice instruction for students.

          Bullet Introduction to Special Education in St. Vrain 2019-2020 This session is new [A]
Target Group: Required for all NEW Special Education teachers.

This class is designed for Special Education teachers with alternative licensure or temporary endorsements.

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 Individualize 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 will focus on "burning" questions from the participants.

          Bullet Special Education in SVVSD [A]
Target group: Special Service Providers and Experienced Special Education teachers.

While this class is required for providers who are new to the district, it is open to all special education teachers. 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 to explore best practices in Special Education including instructional practices, supporting students with a variety of needs, as well as assessment and progress monitoring.

Required class on Monday, Aug. 31 and Monday, Sept. 21 or completed Schoology course by Sept. 30. Other dates vary from September through January Participants must complete 5 of the sessions.

          Bullet Student Centered IEPs This session is new [A]
Target Group: Licensed Teachers

Required for all NEW Special Education Teachers

This class is designed for 2nd year NOVICE Special Education teachers and experienced special education teachers.

This class will give participants an opportunity to develop best practice IEPs that are both student centered and compliant. Teachers will have the opportunity to work on their caseload IEPs as part of this course.


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