Virtual Training – Breaking Down Executive Functioning Skills

Learn how to assess EF, identify needs, and teach in a way that supports your students. These trainings will cover goal writing and how to work within the learner’s current demands.

This is the same training presented on three different days.

Virtual Training – Stop Behavior Before It Starts!

Antecedent Intervention is one of the most effective ways to manage challenging behavior. Learn how to identify the function of the behavior, make changes to avoid maladaptive behavior, and implement replacement behavior.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking on this link.

Virtual Training – Evidence-Based Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorder

This virtual training will cover some of the most common used Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs) and how to implement them with students.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking this link.

Virtual Training – Breaking Down Executive Functioning Skills

Learn how to assess EF, identify needs, and teach in a way that supports your students. These trainings will cover goal writing and how to work within the learner’s current demands.

This is the same training presented on three different days.

Register for the event by clicking on this link.

Virtual Training – Stop Behavior Before It Starts!

Antecedent Intervention is one of the most effective ways to manage challenging behavior. Learn how to identify the function of the behavior, make changes to avoid maladaptive behavior, and implement replacement behavior.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking on this link.

Virtual Training – Evidence-Based Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorder

This virtual training will cover some of the most common used Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs) and how to implement them with students.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking this link.

Virtual Training – Stop Behavior Before It Starts!

Antecedent Intervention is one of the most effective ways to manage challenging behavior. Learn how to identify the function of the behavior, make changes to avoid maladaptive behavior, and implement replacement behavior.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking on this link.

Virtual Training – Evidence-Based Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorder

This virtual training will cover some of the most common used Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs) and how to implement them with students.

This is the same training, presented on three different dates.

Register for the event by clicking this link.

ENROLLMENT OPENS Apr. 17, 2022 – Orientation to Special Education for Paraeducators (May 8 – Jun. 4, 2022)

This module is designed to provide a basic introduction to special education and the needs of students who have disabilities. The content consists of introductory material regarding legal and historical foundations of special education, human growth and development, the nature of disabilities, and an introduction to the basic human needs that paraeducators must address.

Created by the University of Colorado, Par2a Center.

15 Renewal Units

Enrollment opens Apr. 17, 2022

Course runs May 8 – Jun. 4, 2022

Visit Orientation to Special Education for Paraeducators on the Teacher Learning Hub to enroll.

Play as an Assessment and Programmatic Vehicle in the Early Years

Session Description: Sensory and developmental status can be gleaned from watching and contributing to the play interactions of a young child. Once equipped with this information, the team can continue to use play routines as a place to guide and reinforce next step learning. Information will be shared about how to use early play as a tool for horizontal (increasing generalization of existing concepts and skills) and vertical (scaffolding to the next level of concepts and skills) strategies.

Objectives:
• To introduce participants to a play-based approach as a viable assessment model for infants and toddlers with blindness/visual impairment.
• To illustrate how to embed developmental next step strategies into the play / daily routines of the young child.

Register today by clicking this link.