Participants will understand the differences between accommodations and modifications and how to implement them as part of the IEP.
This training will focus on identifying, understanding, and intervening with individual student problem behaviors within the classroom. Participants will learn evidence-based positive behavior intervention strategies to support the vast array of problem behaviors that students may engage in across all classroom settings.
Participants will learn to work collaboratively with general and special educators to provide intensified learning experiences for students with disabilities. This training will offer takeaway tips and tricks that can be implemented immediately.
Writing IEP goals that are objective and measurable can be difficult. However, the task of implementing valid measurement systems for all of those goals is often overwhelming. This training will provide information on how to collect data on goals in a way that is easy to track.
In this training, participants will learn the 13 special education eligibility categories and how to support students with special needs in the least restrictive environment. Information on effective teaching strategies for each area of eligibility will be explored.
Participants will understand the progression of prompts from the least intrusive to the most intrusive and individualize them to the student’s needs.
This training will provide an overview of the Individuals Disability Education Act (IDEA), child find, evaluation, eligibility, and IEP implementation.