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Behavior Bytes - Leadership Planning for School Re-Entry (S1E1)

Behavior Bytes - Leadership Planning for School Re-Entry (S1E1)

07/16/2020
21:13:00 minutes
Welcome to the first of our Behavior Bytes Summer series dedicated to families, educators, community members and students preparing for the return of school for Fall 2020. Meg Duffy is the building principal of Sumner Elementary from the Scranton School District. This recorded interview led by PaTTAN East consultant, Donna Halpin, highlights ways to keep families informed, supports for faculty, ways to engage community partners, and suggestions for families as they prepare for the upcoming school year. Mrs. Duffy defines what a trauma sensitive school looks like at Sumner Elementary.
Collaborating with Paraeducators for Students with Communication Needs

Collaborating with Paraeducators for Students with Communication Needs

03/23/2021
School days are jam-packed with opportunities for students with communication needs to interact with their classmates. As SLPs, these interactions fall into our domain and are the ideal situation for the carryover of our speech and language targets. Let's stop there. When and how can we possibly add this to our insurmountable to-do list? Paraeducators can help! They receive the least amount of training and are typically paired with the most challenging students. By investing in paraeducators and their knowledge and skills for working with the students we serve, we can impact greater change throughout the school day. This session will review the benefits of positive peer relationships for students with communication needs, highlight physical and social environmental barriers to consider in the school setting, and guide SLPs towards feasible possibilities about how to incorporate training for paraeducators. We all know of a paraeducator who is a hidden gem in our school. We also know of paraeducators who have so much potential but lack the training, skills, or exposure of working with students with communication needs. By putting a little thought and energy into the training of paraeducators, we can impact big change throughout the day for our students with communication needs as they interact with peers.
Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 1)

Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 1)

03/15/2021
Offering psychological counseling as a related service is a requirement when a student demonstrates a need for this type of support. This session follows the special education process, from the legal basis through assessment, identification of need, implementation of service and monitoring for continued need for eligible students. (Part 1 of 2)
Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 1) -  March 15, 2021

Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 1) - March 15, 2021

03/18/2021
02:16:18 minutes
Offering psychological counseling as a related service is a requirement when a student demonstrates a need for this type of support. This session follows the special education process, from the legal basis through assessment, identification of need, implementation of service and monitoring for continued need for eligible students. (Part 1 of 2)
Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 2)

Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 2)

03/16/2021
Offering psychological counseling as a related service is a requirement when a student demonstrates a need for this type of support. This session follows the special education process, from the legal basis through assessment, identification of need, implementation of service and monitoring for continued need for eligible students. (Part 2 of 2)
Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 2) - March 16, 2021

Considerations for Psychological Counseling as a Related Service (Part 2) - March 16, 2021

03/18/2021
02:31:14 minutes
Offering psychological counseling as a related service is a requirement when a student demonstrates a need for this type of support. This session follows the special education process, from the legal basis through assessment, identification of need, implementation of service and monitoring for continued need for eligible students. (Part 2 of 2)
Enhancing Decision Making Within Tiered Systems Using Early Literacy Data

Enhancing Decision Making Within Tiered Systems Using Early Literacy Data

04/22/2021
In this 3-hour webinar, learn how school psychologists can serve as agents of positive change in their schools through facilitating data-based decision making in the area of early literacy to improve outcomes for all students.
Equitable Practices in an MTSS Framework: Equitable Data-Based Decision-Making

Equitable Practices in an MTSS Framework: Equitable Data-Based Decision-Making

09/22/2020
Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims and Ms. Amira Hill-Yancy from the PaTTAN system describe the importance of data-based decision making in an MTSS framework through an equitable lens. Topics include: collaborative inquiry, the cultural proficiency continuum, and introduces the PDE Equity Pillars of Practice.
Introduction to Jamboard for Speech Therapy Intervention

Introduction to Jamboard for Speech Therapy Intervention

04/01/2021
A quick tutorial on the use of Jamboard for Speech Therapy Intervention presented as part of the Talking Tools Pop Up PD series.
Mathematics within an MTSS: How to Best Support These Efforts | PaTTANpod [S4E15]

Mathematics within an MTSS: How to Best Support These Efforts | PaTTANpod [S4E15]

03/14/2022
00:19:47 minutes
A multi-tiered system of support for mathematics requires many stakeholders to ensure the systems level and the individual student level is aligned, supported, and effective. In a recent edition of the Communique, Dr. Erica Kaurudar and Jared Campbell, two PaTTAN Educational Consultants, provided insight into practical strategies for supporting a multi-tiered system of support for mathematics.