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December 14, 2011

The Reevaluation Report

This webinar walks participants through the Reevaluation Report, with a focus on the Determination of Specific Learning Disability component. The session provides a detailed review of the annotated Reevaluation Report.

Presenter: Amy Smith
December 11, 2011

Progress Monitoring in Secondary Mathematics Using AAIMS Algebra Measures

This webinar will focus on the use of progress monitoring to inform instructional decisions and measure student progress toward mathematics goals. Pre-algebra and algebra teachers will be provided with an opportunity to use Algebra Assessment and Instruction - Meeting Standards (AAIMS) Progress Monitoring probes to determine their utility in monitoring the progress of their students. Please download the (Algebra)Progress Monitoring in Secondary Mathematics handouts listed below. 1) Algebra Basic Skills worksheet 2) Algebra Progress Monitoring in Secondary Mathematics: Using AAIMS Algebra Measures powerpoint 3) Algebra Progress Monitoring in Secondary Mathematics: Using AAIMS Algebra Measures handout

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December 1, 2011

Master Series: Considerations in Teaching Receptive Language: The Listener as Speaker”

The relation between speaking behavior and listener behavior, what is often referred to as expressive or receptive language, must be considered as a central component of teaching language to children with autism and other disabilities. This session will highlight the role that speaking plays in guiding listener responding. The session will provide an overview of basic conceptual and teaching methods that can promote development of skills such as requesting, labeling, and conversing. Through teaching the basic verbal operants, students may become more effective at skills such as following directions or discriminating items or concepts when they are named. Likewise the session will cover situations in which listener responding skills may facilitate acquisition of speaker skills. The implications of acquiring both speaker and listener skills will be discussed for practical skill sets such as social skills, conversational skills, and language comprehension. Handouts include: 1) Verbal Behavior MAPP documents 2) The Multiple Control of Verbal Behavior 3) Intraverbal Behavior and Verbal Conditional Discriminations in Typically Developing Children and Children with Autism 4) Blank Data Sheet 5) First 300 Nouns 6) First Five Trials: Listener Discrimination 7) Setting Generalization for LD Data Sheet 8) LD Array Complexity 9) LD Scene Generalization 10) Listener Responding by Function, Feature, Class (LRFFC) 11) Thematic RFFC to Intraverbal Fill-ins Wh Questions 12) LRFFC Verb & Noun Language List 13) Single Word Tracking System 14) Standard Data Sheet 15) Tact Verb-Noun Combination 16) Verb-Noun Language List 17) Verbs Language List 18) Considerations in Teaching Receptive Language: The Listener as Speaker powerpoint (pdf format)

Presenter: Mark Sundberg, PH.D., BCBA-D
November 15, 2011

The Evaluation Report

This session walks participants through sections of the Evaluation Report, with focus on the Determination of Specific Learning Disability component. Participants review the annotated Evaluation Report.

Presenter: Amy Smith
November 15, 2010

Teaching Vocal Responding to Students with Autism: Focus on Instructional Protocols

Handouts for Teaching Vocal Responding to Students with Autism: Focus on Instructional Protocols.

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November 1, 2010

De-escalation and Restraint Tracking (RISC)

Handout for De-escalation and Restraint Tracking (RISC).

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October 19, 2010

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR CHAPTER 14 Volume 10 Regarding English Language Learners (ELLs) with Disabilities (October 20, 2010)

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR CHAPTER 14 Volume 10 Regarding English Language Learners (ELLs) with Disabilities (October 20, 2010)

Presenter: PDE
October 6, 2010

Special Education Process for the General Educator

This webinar will provide the general education teacher with information regarding their role in the special education process. Presenters will cover a range of topics where the general education teacher collaborates with special education to serve students in need; including child find responsibilities, the pre-referral process, participation on the evaluation team, and membership on the IEP team.

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May 14, 2010

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR CHAPTER 14 Volume 9 Regarding the Use of Restraints (May 15, 2010)

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR CHAPTER 14 Volume 9 Regarding the Use of Restraints (May 15, 2010) Parent Revocation of Consent for Special Education Programs and Services,

Presenter: PDE
May 6, 2010

Secondary Transition: Connecting Present Education Levels to the "Transition Grid" - webinar

Handouts for the webinar Secondary Transition: Connecting Present Education Levels to the "Transition Grid" Secondary Transition is a "coordinated set of activities that is designed within a results-oriented process, that is focused on improving the academic and functional achievement of a student with a disability." This webinar will show the alignment of Present Education Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance to age appropriate transition assessments focusing on the interests, preferences, aptitude, and ability of the student. The results of this information and its connection with the Transition Grid on the Individualized Education Program (IEP) includes measurable postsecondary goals, courses of study, transition services and activities. These connections will assist in the planning process for the student, parent, and IEP team in helping the student progress toward his/her measurable postsecondary goals.

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