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June 14, 2005

IDEA 2004 The Special Education ProcessPowerPoint Presentation

To review the entire special education process "from child find to implementation of special education" highlighting changes to IDEA 2004 To introduce new forms and formats for compliance with IDEA 2004

Presenter: PDE
May 14, 2019

3. Utilizing Tiered Prof Dev to Enhance Classroom Management and Ensure Student Success

Utilizing Tiered Professional Development to Enhance Classroom Management and Ensure Student Success
A team of consultants and school staff working with secondary-aged students with significant emotional and behavioral needs presents a tiered approach to professional development. Facing high student and staff turnover, this team responded with a strong, layered approach to professional development, that has already shown beneficial results.

Presenter: Chester County IU Learning Center
May 14, 2019

5. Ethnic Melodies: Hearing Voice and Harmony in African American Children’s Literature

Ethnic Melodies: Hearing Voice and Harmony in African American Children’s Literature
Ethnic Melodies is a direct follow up to the keynote. Moving from the “what” to the “how” this session focuses on social emotional learning and universal literacy instruction under six categories of children’s literature. This session draws on students’ personal experiences, utilizes relevant pedagogical approaches, cultural values and images to promote self-love, identity development and models for social emotional learning that increase behavioral and academic outcomes. Participants will learn to infuse social emotional learning goals in literacy instruction, utilize culturally responsive practices to enhance equity and positively impact behavioral and academic outcomes, develop an understanding of our own cultural identities as practitioners and how to validate and utilize the cultural identities and values of the students and families we serve.

Presenter: Andreal Davis, Wisconsin Response to Intervention Center
May 14, 2019

17. But We Are Too Busy for PBIS: Encouraging Family Involvement in Program-Wide PBIS Implementation

But We Are Too Busy for PBIS: Encouraging Family Involvement in Program-Wide PBIS Implementation
Families are the most important and often most difficult component to include in the implementation of Program Wide PBIS. During this session, presenters will share ideas from Otterbein Early Education Center’s experiences on overcoming the challenges of including families in the implementation of PW-PBIS as well as an opportunity to collaborate with other providers.

Presenter: Otterbein Early Education Center
May 15, 2019

67. From Coaching to Implementation: Community Collaboration Supporting Inclusive Practices and PBIS Implementation

From Coaching to Implementation: Community Collaboration Supporting Inclusive Practices and PBIS Implementation
During this session, presenters will provide information to community stakeholders and early learning centers on the development of a collaborative teaming model which will support inclusive practices through pyramid model alignment. The Rapid Response Team provides a response to early learning programs considering expulsion of a child.

Presenter: Early Intervention Specialists
July 29, 2019

School District/Charter School Cyclical Monitoring Training

IMPORTANT: These 10 handouts should be printed out by participants prior to attending the School District/Charter School Cyclical Monitoring Training.

Presenter: Gina Colarossi