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Working with Families When a Child Has an Acquired Brain Injury - Part 2

10/07/2013
02:47:27 minutes
This session will focus on the family responses after ABI and the means for working with families to support them in difficult times. Ability to respond to varying coping styles, family systems, resilience, and challenges will be outlined. Active participation of the audience is encouraged.

Working with Families When a Child Has an Acquired Brain Injury - Part 3

10/07/2013
01:14:38 minutes
This session will focus on the family responses after ABI and the means for working with families to support them in difficult times. Ability to respond to varying coping styles, family systems, resilience, and challenges will be outlined. Active participation of the audience is encouraged.
Working with Family Agencies to Improve Family School Partnerships Part I | PaTTANpod [S5E2]

Working with Family Agencies to Improve Family School Partnerships Part I | PaTTANpod [S5E2]

09/19/2022
00:19:28 minutes
Effective partnerships that support students and the overall school improvement process, that’s what we are all seeking. In this two-part series, we focus our attention on the many networks available for families and caregivers and how each of these organizations and agencies help us to build stronger family-school partnerships.
Working with Family Agencies to Improve Family School Partnerships Part II | PaTTANpod [S5E3]

Working with Family Agencies to Improve Family School Partnerships Part II | PaTTANpod [S5E3]

09/19/2022
00:22:55 minutes
Part II of this series, additional agencies are highlighted for networking students and families to the resources available to them.
Writing Comprehensive Evaluation Reports When Using RTI for SLD (3/30/2022)

Writing Comprehensive Evaluation Reports When Using RTI for SLD (3/30/2022)

04/12/2022
02:50:14 minutes
This session will address how to write comprehensive Evaluation Reports for students referred for specific learning disabilities when using response to intervention methodologies. Participants will review how to operationalize and document contemporary approaches to responsiveness to intervention and level of performance specific to a student’s referred area of academic performance. Consideration and documentation of federally-required classroom observations and rule-out criteria (e.g., lack of instruction; other conditions; environmental / economic disadvantage; limited English proficiency) will also be reviewed. Case studies will be used to illustrated how to document all required elements of a comprehensive evaluation for specific learning disabilities.

Writing for ALL: Tools, Strategies, and Everyday Expectations for Students with Complex Needs

02/01/2016
02:42:08 minutes
From the very start, writing is an essential, unquestioned component of literacy development for students without disabilities. For students with significant disabilities who are unable hold a pencil, writing may be laborious, frustrating, and may seem just impossible. However, with the right tools, activities and supports, it is completely possible. With an emphasis on early writing, from scribble to writing beginning words for students of all ages, a range of writing tools and teaching strategies will be demonstrated, such as "alternative pencils," AAC devices, and iPads.

Writing Measurable Standards-Aligned IEP Goals for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

04/09/2012
01:39:19 minutes
This videoconference focused on effective practices for utilizing Pennsylvania's Standards Aligned System (SAS) to develop measurable IEP goals that are aligned with PA standards, anchors, eligible content, or an element of the curriculum framework. Particular emphasis was given to skills that commonly need to be addressed when working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing, e.g. vocabulary development, self-advocacy, auditory training.

Writing Standards-Aligned Measurable Annual Goals for Secondary IEPs

10/09/2012
02:27:19 minutes
This webinar is specifically designed for participants who have completed Indicator 13 training. This webinar will review in detail the process for developing standards-aligned measurable annual goals that prepare students to achieve their post-secondary goals. Participants will practice writing one or more standards-aligned measurable annual goals based on clearly identified present levels of academic achievement and functional performance.

Youth Development and Youth Leadership

05/21/2017
01:58:51 minutes
Self-determination and self-advocacy are keys to success for youth and young adults as they transition from high school to adult life. During this session, presented in collaboration with the National Community of Practice on Secondary Transition, information regarding resources and strategies to enhance inclusive youth engagement and leadership will be shared from a variety of presenters from across the country.