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Windows Accessibility for Students with High-Incidence Disabilities

06/25/2018
01:55:04 minutes
This webinar provides an overview of built-in accessibility tools, Windows operating system features, and common productivity tools that can be useful to students with high-incidence disabilities (e.g., dyslexia, learning disabilities). It includes discussion and demonstration of third-party tools that are available at low or no-cost to serve the same purposes. Participants will also find the information useful for incorporating Universal Design for Learning (UDL) approaches to their instruction and supports.

Assessment for Students who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing

06/04/2018
01:57:26 minutes
The purpose of the training is to present information on assessment for deaf and hard of hearing learners across the cognitive, academic, and social, emotional, and behavioral domains. During the session, we will discuss the importance of multiple measures of assessment and the use of assessment information to make instructional decisions. We will also discuss how to accurately report and interpret assessment results, including how to avoid common mistakes.

Student Voices: Are you on track to graduate?

05/29/2018
00:04:45 minutes
This video highlights several high school students who are involved with the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) to increase graduation rates and decrease dropout rates. They share their challenges and how to overcome them in order graduate. In addition, they note their goals after graduation and a checklist is provided to guide and encourage students to stay on track in order to complete school.

RENEW TOT and Facilitator Webinar

05/18/2018
00:44:08 minutes
This webinar focuses on the West Greene School District and its implementation of RENEW. Their staff presents a case study and shares student level response to RENEW. Also, this webinar revisits Lance Hank and his continued growth and progress in his post-secondary life and schooling. Finally the end of year TOT Booster training, new TOT training, and data due dates are discussed.

RENEW TOT and Facilitator Webinar: We've Mapped…Now What?

05/18/2018
01:01:15 minutes
This webinar highlights the RENEW training menu with dates and materials for the 2017-18 school year. Also, student level data is reviewed to show attendance and behavioral outcomes associated with participation in RENEW. Finally the RIT and RIC are discussed with due dates for this year.

Public Forum on Pennsylvania's UEB Implementation for Math and Technical Content

05/11/2018
00:20:36 minutes
This recorded presentation provides a brief historical overview of the factors that led to the adoption of UEB and contrasts key features of the braille codes currently used for math and technical content in the United States.

Project MAX Parent Video

05/03/2018
00:07:40 minutes
The testimonials in this video are from family network members who want to build awareness and empower other families to lead change in Pennsylvania for students who receive special education services. Hear firsthand how the principles of presuming competence, fostering high expectations, and collaborating on school teams has made an impact for families and professionals.

Deaf-Blindness and Autism Spectrum Disorders Look Alike: Bridging Best Practices and Interventions - Part 1

05/03/2018
01:02:21 minutes
The purpose of this training is to look closely at the key features of ASD and deaf-blindness and consider why children who are deaf-blind might, in some cases, share many of the same features associated with ASD and how vision and hearing loss and other sensory impairments can explain these “autistic-like” features.

Mac and iOS Accessibility for Students with High-Incidence Disabilities

04/18/2018
02:49:15 minutes
This training will provide an overview of built-in accessibility tools, Mac operating system X features, and common productivity tools that can be useful to students with high-incidence disabilities (e.g., dyslexia, learning disabilities). The program will also include discussion and demonstration of third-party tools that are available at low or no-cost to serve the same purposes. Participants will also find the information useful for incorporating Universal Design for Learning (UDL) approaches to their instruction and supports.

The Writing Toolkit for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Genre and Discipline Specific Writing

04/17/2018
01:58:59 minutes
In this session, participants continue to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to improve writing instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Phases of genre-specific writing instruction, such as learning about genre, evaluating genre, and writing genre, will be discussed. Because students who are knowledgeable about text structure, recall and write text better than others who aren’t, this session will highlight the importance of making text structure for the genres of narrative, informational/explanatory, and opinion/argumentative writing visually explicit.