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Students Voices: HUNE Youth Program

00:06:24 minutes
The Bureau of Special Education is partnering with a number of LEAs to implement its State Systemic Improvement Plan. BSE is also partnering with the federally funded Community Parent Resource Center Hispanos Unidos para Niños Excepcionales (HUNE). Community and mentoring materials and resources developed through this partnership are being shared with other organizations. The Students Voices video showcases the program HUNE offers to ensure students stay in school, graduate, and become contributing members of society.

The Adaptive Leader's Tool Box

00:56:42 minutes
You've decided to work on an issue by bringing people together. Congratulations! You are on your way to better outcome through relationships. Making the decision is not enough. The people you want and need to work with may be reluctant to engage. They continuously take in messages about your sincerity and how you view them as partners. In this session, we will explore three stakeholder developed tools to help you focus on the human side of practice change.

Leading by Convening: The Human Side of Practice Change

01:26:00 minutes
Sometimes the most well researched and carefully implemented strategies just don't “stick.” What accounts for disconnect we often see between research and practice? What might make a difference? Over 15 years, 50 national organizations came together to address common challenges through the IDEA Partnership at the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE). The lived experience of their members led to a focus on the human side of practice change. In this session, we will explore Leading by Convening (LbC), a blueprint for authentic engagement written entirely by stakeholders, which includes tools that are ready-to-use in your work.

Visible Learning: Collective Teacher Efficacy

01:18:48 minutes
What if you could triple the speed of student learning? According to findings by Professor John Hattie, a strong sense of Collective Teacher Efficacy can yield over three years of student growth over one school year. Now ranked the most powerful influence on achievement in the Visible Learning research, Collective Teacher Efficacy is a belief that together teachers can positively impact student learning. When efficacy is high, teachers show greater persistence and are more likely to try new learning approaches. Join Visible Learning expert, Kristin Anderson, for a review of the major factors that influence student learning and a discussion about how to create the conditions for Collective Teacher Efficacy.

Update on the Dyslexia Pilot Project

01:28:50 minutes
Act 69 of 2014, the Dyslexia Screening and Early Literacy Intervention Pilot Program became effective on June 26, 2014 (24 P.S. Article XVII-C). This Act requires the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to establish an early literacy intervention and dyslexia pilot program to provide evidence-based early screening using evidence- based services for students with potential risk factors for early reading deficiencies and dyslexia, such as low phonemic awareness, low letter and symbol naming and inability to remember sequences. This session will provide an update on the pilot program, which will operate for three full years beginning with the 2015-16 school year.

The Mindset Challenge: Preparing Educators for Meaningful Family Engagement Practices

01:19:41 minutes
This professional learning opportunity focuses on developing capacity for effective home and school partnerships focused on student academic success. This presentation will help educators and families make a mindset transition from parent involvement to family engagement. Our PD offers an inclusive and dynamic learning space for educators to learn and discuss research and best practices, it also provides practical information, tools and strategies needed for application in the field. The aim of this day of learning is to support systems change and reorganization of school family engagement efforts to connect specific student learning goals with family supported learning.

Curriculum-Based and Writing Lab Approaches to Language/Literacy Instruction and Intervention: Case Examples

01:01:13 minutes
This session will extend topics introduced in Session 1 by providing case examples of how to use curriculum-based writing projects to develop language and literacy skills for all students. The emphasis will be placed on how to address problems across language levels for students with special needs, with examples of how to develop language skills and enhance lives.

Evidence-based Practices for K-3 Reading Instruction

01:21:47 minutes
Evidence-based practices for teaching reading in grades K-3 will be presented and demonstrated with classroom videos. These practices are derived from recommendations from the Institute of Education Sciences What Works Clearinghouse practice guide on foundational reading skills, based on a systematic review of the past 20 years of reading research. The videos are part of professional learning communities’ materials developed by the Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast to accompany the guide.

Best Practices in Autism Treatment

01:26:33 minutes
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is acknowledged as a best practice approach to providing educational and clinical services to children with autism spectrum disorders; however, ABA consists of individually tailoring interventions to meet the educational and clinical goals of each child and diagnosis is not particularly pertinent. This address will discuss systematic evaluations of clinical and teaching procedures conducted with persons with autism for building independent living skills and treating problem behavior.

Language-Literacy Connections: Combining Assessment, Instruction, and Intervention

01:27:04 minutes
This session will focus on interconnections between oral language and literacy development across the grades from kindergarten through high school. Topics will include implications for identifying typical development, difference, and disorder using standardized tools followed by curriculum- based language assessment and intervention. Classroom- and curriculum-based approaches for combining general education instruction and special education intervention, with an emphasis on communicating through writing, will be introduced.