Niles Township District for Special Education #807

Professional Learning 

If you need immediate assistance, please contact Alicia Hastings at ahastings@ntdse.org.

Month
Date
Upcoming Event
Location
August
8/6/2018 9:00 AM
to 8/7/2018 3:00 AM
See-the-Sound Visual Phonics
Target Audience: All educators working with the DHH population See-the-Sound Visual Phonics is a system of sound associations which represent each sound in our language with a hand signal and a graphic or written symbol. In See-the-Sound Visual Phonics the 46 hand signals represent sounds, not letters or words. Each symbol always represents the same sound and therefore much of the frustration with learning the English language is avoided. Visual Phonics is a multi-sensory approach. The mouth movement for each phoneme or sound is represented by a hand gesture. The hand signal is then reflected in the written symbol. Students taught with this approach are able to use hand signs to cue themselves and teachers can use the signs and symbols to assist reading, speaking, and spelling skills. In this two day (10 hour) workshop, participants will learn the hand shapes and written symbols, as well as learn how this strategy has been incorporated into a school day. Participants will participate in several receptive and expressive practice sessions. In addition, they will have ample opportunity to use trainer- created games/materials, allowing them to feel extremely comfortable with using the system by the end of the training sessions. Copyrighted Visual Phonics materials will be for sale at the workshop (cash or check only), although they are not necessary for use of the system.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/7/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 1/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 8/7/18, 8/8/18 and 8/9/18. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/8/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 2/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 8/7/18, 8/8/18 and 8/9/18. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/8/2018 9:00 AM
to 11:30 AM
CHAMPS Booster
Target Audience: All Educators previously trained in CHAMPS This session is for participants who have previously been trained on the full CHAMPS approach through NTDSE's 3-day training, or through their district. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed, as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/9/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 3/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 8/7/18, 8/8/18 and 8/9/18. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/13/2018 8:30 AM
to 9:30 AM
NTDSE Orientation for New District Administrators
Target Audience: Niles Township School/ District Administrators Come and learn about all NTDSE has to offer our member districts. We will review programs, services, professional development and take a tour of Molloy, our public therapeutic day school.
Molloy Education Center
8/13/2018 9:00 AM
to 12:00 PM
SRA Direct Instruction Training: Reading Mastery
Target Audience: All Educators using SRA Direct Instruction programs, specifically Reading Mastery. This session will focus on effectively implementing Reading Mastery Signature Edition. Participants will review the techniques necessary to teach the Reading, Language Arts and Literature strands of the program, along with using data to drive instruction. Supplemental Reading Mastery program resources will also be introduced. The session will be presented by Janet Lopez, McGraw-Hill Curriculum Specialist.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/13/2018 9:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Director's Bootcamp
Target Audience: Niles Township Coordinators/Directors of Special Education Description: This session will focus on local and state procedures to support you in your role as the Special Education administrator for your district. We will review the coordinator's manual, the 'Who's Who' in Niles Township and who/where you go for support when you need it.
Molloy Education Center
8/13/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:30 PM
SRA Direct Instruction Training: Connecting Math Concepts
Target Audience: All Educators using SRA Direct Instruction programs, specifically Connecting Math Concepts This session will focus on effectively implementing Connecting Math Concepts. Participants will review the program’s teaching techniques, the data collection and reporting features of 2Inform, and the online Connecting Math Concepts digital teacher assets. The session will be presented by Janet Lopez, McGraw-Hill Curriculum Specialist.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/14/2018 9:00 AM
to 11:00 AM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 1/10: Classroom Setup
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session is a brief overview of evidence-based practices, including Instructional Control, Direct Instruction, Data Collection, Structured Teaching, Data and the Problem Solving Framework, Discrete Trial, Program Books, and Social Thinking. Setting up your classroom will also be touched upon, providing resources to get your classroom structured and ready for the start of the year.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/15/2018 9:00 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Autism 1/5: Autism 101
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/15/18, 9/27/18, 11/1/18, 12/5/18, & 1/23/19. Please register for each session individually. This ongoing session will focus on meeting the needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The first-day session will look at the characteristics of Autism and how they impact students’ education. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about structures and supports to start the year off. Subsequent sessions will focus on communication, academics, and social skills for individuals with Autism.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
8/21/2018 9:00 AM
to 12:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training- NTDSE Staff only
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center- Gym
8/21/2018 9:00 AM
to 12:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training- NTDSE Staff only
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center- MPR
8/21/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
Initial Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Training- NTDSE STAFF ONLY
Target Audience: All Educators Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course teaches staff to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center
8/21/2018 12:00 PM
to 3:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
District 72- Fairview South School
8/21/2018 12:00 PM
to 3:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training- NTDSE Staff only
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center- MPR
8/21/2018 12:00 PM
to 3:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training- NTDSE Staff only
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center- Gym
8/23/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Power IEP and Power IEP Forms Training
Target Audience: New Educators This workshop is appropriate for NTDSE and member district staff that are new users of the POWER IEP system and those that would like a refresher.
Molloy Education Center
8/28/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 2/10: Instructional Control
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session discusses seven steps to gaining effective Instructional Control. Based off Robert Schramm’s article The Seven Steps to Earning Instructional Control With Your Child, we will walk through effective, evidenced-backed ways to earn instructional control in your classroom. Gaining instructional control is crucial in developing positive relationships and effective aspects of your classroom management. This includes the use of reinforcers, pairing, consistency, and having fun with your students and staff.
Molloy Education Center
September
9/5/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
Initial Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Training
Target Audience: All Educators Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course teaches staff to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
District 72- Fairview South School
9/6/2018 12:00 PM
to 3:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Molloy Education Center
9/10/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings (Before Early Release- Day 1/4)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentees NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings are scheduled for the following dates: 9/10/18, 12/10/18, 2/11/19, and 5/13/19. Please register for each session individually. The topic for this session is Instructional Control/ Direct Instruction
Molloy Education Center
9/11/2018 8:30 AM
to 2:30 AM
Initial Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Training
Target Audience: All Educators Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course teaches staff to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
District 74- Administration Office
9/12/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
District 74- Administration Office
9/13/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 1/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
9/13/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:15 AM
Power IEP and Power IEP Forms Training
Target Audience: New Educators This workshop is appropriate for NTDSE and member district staff that are new users of the POWER IEP system and those that would like a refresher.
Molloy Education Center
9/14/2018 1:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Speech Language Pathologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Speech Language Pathologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township SLPs to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
9/20/2018 1:00 PM
to 3:30 PM
Writing and Graphing Measurable Goals Learning Track- (Day 1/2)
Target Audience: All Special Education Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/20/18 & 11/29/18. Please register for each session individually. Participants will review best practices for writing and graphing observable, measurable goals and PLOPs and will have the opportunity to apply these skills. Please bring material to work on!
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
9/21/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
9/24/2018 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Cortical Visual Impairment and Communication Learning Track- (Day 1/3)
Target Audience: Educators who work with students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/24/18, 10/22/18 & 11/12/18 Please register for each session individually. Description coming soon!
Molloy Education Center
9/24/2018 4:00 PM
to 5:30 PM
Niles Township Administrators Network (NTA)
Target Audience: Township Administrators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Administrators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Location To Be Determined
9/25/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Autism 2/5: Structure and Behavior
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/15/18, 9/27/18, 11/1/18, 12/5/18, & 1/23/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will continue the conversation around meeting the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The focus will be on setting up positive behavior support systems and structures within the classroom to support students’ needs with a focus on behavior management. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in collaborative conversations to listen to and share their experiences.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
9/25/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:30 PM
Social Thinking Learning Track- (Day 1/3)
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/25/18, 11/1/18 & 12/5/18 Please register for each session individually. This will focus on meeting the needs of individuals with social cognitive deficits through the use of the Social Thinking program. The first half-day session will look at the characteristics of students who would benefit from Social Thinking lessons and how social cognitive deficits impact their education. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about how Social Thinking can benefit complex learners. Subsequent sessions will focus on specific Social Thinking programs and lessons and how to integrate them into their classroom.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
9/25/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 3/10: Partner Augmented Input
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This focus of this session will be on Partner Augmented Input (PAI), an evidence-based methodology to support AAC users with learning to use their device. Participants will learn about the 6 important elements to focus on when using PAI and will the opportunity for hands-on practice.
Molloy Education Center
9/26/2018 8:30 AM
to 4:00 PM
FASTBridge Training
Target Audience: FASTBridge users within Niles Township only FASTBridge Trainer, Randy Haack, will be joining us again. Specific description for the day is TBD. *ALL PARTICIPANTS NEED TO BRING A LAPTOP.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
October
10/3/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:45 PM
CPR Certification
Target Audience: All Educators This session teaches the non-medical rescuers how to identify a medical emergency and when to phone 911. This course provides instruction on adult and child CPR, the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and procedures to assist a choking victim.
Molloy Education Center
10/4/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Social Workers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Social Workers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Social Workers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
10/11/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Verbal Behavior Learning Track- (Day 1/2)
Target Audience: Special Educators using the VB-MAPP and Verbal Behavior This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 10/11/18 and 11/7/18. Please register for each session individually. Description coming soon!
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
10/11/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 2/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
10/11/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Special Education Teachers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Special Education Teachers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
10/12/2018 1:00 PM
to 3:30 PM
Psychologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Psychologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township School Psychologists to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
10/15/2018 2:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Occupational Therapists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Occupational Therapists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township School Occupational Therapists to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
10/17/2018 1:30 PM
to 4:30 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
District 70- Park View School
10/18/2018 3:45 PM
to 6:15 PM
First Aid Certification
Target Audience: All Educators This course will provide instruction on the basics of first aid. First aid is the immediate care that is given to someone with an illness or injury before a more advanced trainer arrives to take over. The course is divided into three parts: Medical Emergencies, Injury Emergencies and Environmental Emergencies. Medical emergencies include appropriate care for heart attacks, stroke, diabetes and seizure. Injury emergencies include care of breaks, sprains, bleeding and burns. Environmental emergencies include care for temperature related exposures, poisoning and animal bites and stings. Upon completion of the course, all members will receive a certification card from the American Heart Association.
Molloy Education Center
10/19/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
10/19/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Early Childhood Educators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Early Childhood Educators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
10/22/2018 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Cortical Visual Impairment and Communication Learning Track- (Day 2/3)
Target Audience: Educators who work with students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/24/18, 10/22/18 & 11/12/18 Please register for each session individually. Description coming soon!
Molloy Education Center
10/23/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
CHAMPS Booster
Target Audience: All Educators previously trained in CHAMPS This session is for participants who have previously been trained on the full CHAMPS approach through NTDSE's 3-day training, or through their district. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed, as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
10/30/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 4/10: Roles/ Paperwork/ Goals/ Data Collection
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will walk through the activities and roles within the IEP timeline. Teams work together on problem analysis problem goal development, data collection, and plan evaluation.
Molloy Education Center
November
11/1/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Autism 3/5: Communication
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/15/18, 9/27/18, 11/1/18, 12/5/18, & 1/23/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will continue the conversation around meeting the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The focus will be on communication, characteristics of communication deficiencies that affect classroom success, and strategies to support positive communication opportunities in the classroom. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about scaffolding communication within the classroom, and collaborate with other professionals about personal classroom experiences and challenges.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/1/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:30 PM
Social Thinking Learning Track- (Day 2/3)
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/25/18, 11/1/18 & 12/5/18 Please register for each session individually. This will focus on meeting the needs of individuals with social cognitive deficits through the use of the Social Thinking program. The first half-day session will look at the characteristics of students who would benefit from Social Thinking lessons and how social cognitive deficits impact their education. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about how Social Thinking can benefit complex learners. Subsequent sessions will focus on specific Social Thinking programs and lessons and how to integrate them into their classroom.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/7/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Verbal Behavior Learning Track- (Day 2/2)
Target Audience: Special Educators using the VB-MAPP and Verbal Behavior This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 10/11/18 and 11/7/18. Please register for each session individually. Description coming soon!
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/8/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 3/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
11/12/2018 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Cortical Visual Impairment and Communication Learning Track- (Day 3/3)
Target Audience: Educators who work with students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/24/18, 10/22/18 & 11/12/18 Please register for each session individually. Description coming soon!
Molloy Education Center
11/14/2018 8:30 AM
to 3:00 PM
Coaching Classroom Management
Target Audience: Coaches Description: Building a classroom community is essential to promoting academic growth. This presentation will provide participants with an overview of effective coaching techniques through the use of the partnership principles. Participants will understand the basic principles of behavior change, become acquainted with tools for data collection, and develop action plans for implementing classroom routines and procedures.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/14/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Old Orchard Junior High School
11/14/2018 12:00 PM
to 3:00 PM
Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Refresher Training
Target Audience: All NTDSE educators that currently hold an active CPI certificate (The recommended time frame for participating in a CPI refresher training is 12 months since your last CPI training. A 3 month grace period (up to 15 months) is allowed before requiring that the Initial CPI training be taken again.) Developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), this course refreshes staff regarding how to respond effectively to the warning signs that someone is beginning to lose control. It also addresses how staff can deal with their own stress, anxiety and emotions when confronted with challenging situations.
Old Orchard Junior High School
11/15/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 1/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 11/15/18, 12/4/18 and 1/16/19. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/16/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
11/26/2018 2:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Speech Language Pathologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Speech Language Pathologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township SLPs to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Graziano's Brick Oven Pizza
11/27/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 5/10: Structured Teaching
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. The description for this session will be posted shortly.
Molloy Education Center
11/28/2018 8:30 AM
to 3:30 PM
Rush NeuroBehavioral Executive Functioning Curriculum Workshop for PreK-2
Target Audience: All Educators and Administrators of classrooms grades PreK-2. Executive Functions are the brain processes that enable us to regulate the world around us, utilizing organizational and higher-order learning skills. Development of executive functioning skills is essential for success in school and later in life. Workshop participants will receive the Rush NeuroBehavior Center Executive Functions Curriculum Notebook and a workshop folder, including a packet of relevant workshop materials. In this training, educators will learn how to implement instruction in Executive Function skills in the classroom.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/29/2018 1:00 PM
to 3:30 PM
Writing and Graphing Measurable Goals Learning Track- (Day 2/2)
Target Audience: All Special Education Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/20/18 & 11/29/18. Please register for each session individually. Participants will review best practices for writing and graphing observable, measurable goals and PLOPs and will have the opportunity to apply these skills. Please bring material to work on!
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
11/30/2018 9:00 AM
to 10:30 AM
Niles Township Administrators Network (NTA)
Target Audience: Township Administrators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Administrators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Location To Be Determined
December
12/3/2018 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
AACtual AAC Solutions for the Classroom Learning Track- Least to Most Prompting
Target Audience: Educators who work with AAC users This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 12/3/18, 1/14/19, 2/4/19. Please register for each session individually. Students with complex communication needs can have unique challenges in the classroom. Selecting the appropriate communication tool is an essential part of the battle but teaching a child as well as the communication partners how to use the device efficiently throughout the school day is just as important. In this three-part series, participants will learn how to use a balance of AAC implementation techniques beyond partner-augmented input including least-to-most prompting, teaching with available vocabulary and setting up communication temptations. Participants will have opportunities to practice the different strategies as well as begin planning how to bring each technique back to the classroom. Low tech to high tech systems will be available for hands-on practice; however, participants are encouraged to bring a speech-generating device or communication board/book of their own. When we first introduce AAC, there needs to be an emphasis on modeling without forcing productions from the student. However, only using partner augmented input is not likely to result in sufficient language development for many our AAC users. While prompts are useful tools in teaching, it is essential to use them thoughtfully (Wolery et al., 1986). Participants in this session will learn about the what, why, & how of least-to-most prompting with some controlled practice opportunities including planning forms that you can use the next day.
Molloy Education Center
12/4/2018 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 2/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 11/15/18, 12/4/18 and 1/16/19. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
12/5/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Autism 4/5: Instructional Strategies
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/15/18, 9/27/18, 11/1/18, 12/5/18, & 1/23/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will continue the conversation around meeting the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The focus will be on meeting instructional science and strategies. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about different curriculum modifications and accommodations that can be used in the classroom to best support the needs of those with Autism.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
12/5/2018 12:30 PM
to 3:30 PM
Social Thinking Learning Track- (Day 3/3)
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/25/18, 11/1/18 & 12/5/18 Please register for each session individually. This will focus on meeting the needs of individuals with social cognitive deficits through the use of the Social Thinking program. The first half-day session will look at the characteristics of students who would benefit from Social Thinking lessons and how social cognitive deficits impact their education. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about how Social Thinking can benefit complex learners. Subsequent sessions will focus on specific Social Thinking programs and lessons and how to integrate them into their classroom.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
12/7/2018 1:00 PM
to 3:30 PM
Psychologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Psychologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township School Psychologists to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
12/10/2018 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings (Before Early Release- Day 2/4)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentees NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings are scheduled for the following dates: 9/10/18, 12/10/18, 2/11/19, and 5/13/19. Please register for each session individually. The topic for this session is Verbal Behavior
Molloy Education Center
12/18/2018 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 6/10: Data and the Problem Solving Framework
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. The description for this session will be posted shortly.
Molloy Education Center
January
1/14/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Social Workers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Social Workers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Social Workers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
1/14/2019 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
AACtual AAC Solutions for the Classroom Learning Track- Teaching with Available Vocabulary
Target Audience: Educators who work with AAC users Are you looking for ways to support the curriculums and programs such as Unique Learning System or general education science and social studies for your students that use AAC? If so, come to this session to learn the what, why, and how of the descriptive teaching method to give students explicit vocabulary instruction and a way to model during instruction. Participants will have hands-on practice as well as get planning forms to use in your next lesson.
Molloy Education Center
1/15/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Special Education Teachers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Special Education Teachers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
1/16/2019 9:00 AM
to 3:00 PM
CHAMPS (3 day training): A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- Day 3/3
Target Audience: All Educators Please register for each session individually. This learning track will be held 11/15/18, 12/4/18 and 1/16/19. CHAMPS text is REQUIRED and can be found on the Safe and Civil School's website. This 3-day training will provide participants with a foundation for using the CHAMPS approach to classroom management. The CHAMPS approach provides teachers with effective strategies to increase classroom organization, directly teach behavioral expectations, increase student motivation, respond consistently and productively to misbehavior, and use class-wide strategies for increasing student responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the profession, CHAMPS will provide you with a framework to assist developing individual or small group behavior interventions while continuing to fine-tune your classroom systems. Function-based interventions will be addressed as well as group reinforcement models.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
1/17/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 4/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
1/18/2019 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
1/23/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Autism 5/5: Social, Leisure, and Independent Skills
Target Audience: All Educators This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/15/18, 9/27/18, 11/1/18, 12/5/18, & 1/23/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will continue the conversation around meeting the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The focus will be on building social skills and independence, and how to address deficiencies in the classroom. Participants will have an opportunity to learn how teaching social and independent skills will strengthen the foundational skills seen in successful classrooms.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
1/25/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Supporting Students with Conflict Resolution
Target Audience: All Educators At home, child care, or school, children occasionally become embroiled in conflict or a battle of wills with peers or adults Too often, simple disagreements can lead to more serious issues such as bullying. This session is designed to introduce a simple, yet effective strategy for teaching conflict resolution to students. Participants will examine a plan that helps kids discover positive ways of resolving disagreements. The strategy is based on the work of Dr. Randy Sprick, an educator and expert in teacher training for over forty years and presented by Susan Isaacs.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
1/25/2019 12:30 PM
to 3:30 PM
Supporting Students with Conflict Resolution (Repeat of the AM session)
Target Audience: All Educators At home, child care, or school, children occasionally become embroiled in conflict or a battle of wills with peers or adults Too often, simple disagreements can lead to more serious issues such as bullying. This session is designed to introduce a simple, yet effective strategy for teaching conflict resolution to students. Participants will examine a plan that helps kids discover positive ways of resolving disagreements. The strategy is based on the work of Dr. Randy Sprick, an educator and expert in teacher training for over forty years and presented by Susan Isaacs.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
1/29/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Early Childhood Educators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Early Childhood Educators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
1/29/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 7/10: Discrete Trial
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will focus on Discrete Trial Training (DTT), a specific teaching technique used to maximize learning. Training will be provided on breaking skills into smaller parts, running repeated trials of skills, prompting techniques, reinforcement procedures, taking data, and mastery criteria. Participants will have an opportunity to practice these procedures within the session.
Molloy Education Center
1/30/2019 9:00 AM
to 10:30 AM
Niles Township Administrators Network (NTA)
Target Audience: Township Administrators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Administrators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Location To Be Determined
February
2/4/2019 2:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Speech Language Pathologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Speech Language Pathologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township SLPs to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
2/4/2019 3:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
AACtual AAC Solutions for the Classroom Learning Track- Communication Temptations
Target Audience: Educators who work with AAC users Are you looking for ways to support the curriculums and programs such as Unique Learning System or general education science and social studies for your students that use AAC? If so, come to this session to learn the what, why, and how of the descriptive teaching method to give students explicit vocabulary instruction and a way to model during instruction. Participants will have hands-on practice as well as get planning forms to use in your next lesson.
Molloy Education Center
2/11/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings (Before Early Release- Day 3/4)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentees NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings are scheduled for the following dates: 9/10/18, 12/10/18, 2/11/19, and 5/13/19. Please register for each session individually. The topic for this session is TBD.
Molloy Education Center
2/26/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 8/10: Program Books
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session includes discussion around the components of a program book, available programs, and how to create and implement individualized programs with multiple students in a classroom. Training will also review and refresh material learned in previous sessions on running repeated trials of skills, prompting techniques, reinforcement procedures, taking data, and mastery criteria. Participants will have an opportunity to practice these procedures within the session.
Molloy Education Center
March
3/14/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 5/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
3/18/2019 4:00 PM
to 5:30 PM
Niles Township Administrators Network (NTA)
Target Audience: Township Administrators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Administrators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Location To Be Determined
3/19/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 9/10: Social Thinking
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. This session will focus on an overview of the Social Thinking curriculum and how to support students' social skill development.
Molloy Education Center
April
4/8/2019 2:00 PM
to 4:00 PM
Occupational Therapists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Occupational Therapists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township School Occupational Therapists to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
4/9/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:45 PM
CPR Certification
Target Audience: All Educators This session teaches the non-medical rescuers how to identify a medical emergency and when to phone 911. This course provides instruction on adult and child CPR, the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and procedures to assist a choking victim.
Molloy Education Center
4/12/2019 1:00 PM
to 3:30 PM
Psychologists Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Psychologists The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township School Psychologists to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
4/17/2019 3:45 PM
to 6:15 PM
First Aid Certification
Target Audience: All Educators This course will provide instruction on the basics of first aid. First aid is the immediate care that is given to someone with an illness or injury before a more advanced trainer arrives to take over. The course is divided into three parts: Medical Emergencies, Injury Emergencies and Environmental Emergencies. Medical emergencies include appropriate care for heart attacks, stroke, diabetes and seizure. Injury emergencies include care of breaks, sprains, bleeding and burns. Environmental emergencies include care for temperature related exposures, poisoning and animal bites and stings. Upon completion of the course, all members will receive a certification card from the American Heart Association.
Molloy Education Center
4/18/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
Social Workers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Social Workers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Social Workers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
District 69 Maier Administration Center- 2nd Floor
4/18/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Early Childhood Educators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Early Childhood Educators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
4/19/2019 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
4/25/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:15 PM
Special Education Teachers Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Special Education Teachers The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Special Education Teachers to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
4/30/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:00 AM
Evidence Based Practices for Special Education 10/10: EBI Learning Track Celebration
Target Audience: Special Education Teachers and NTDSE Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 8/14/18, 8/28/18, 9/25/18, 10/30/18, 11/27/18, 12/18/18, 1/29/19, 2/25/19, 3/19/19 & 4/30/19. Please register for each session individually. Come enjoy the company of your colleagues and celebrate the learning you have done together this year!
Molloy Education Center
May
5/9/2019 3:45 PM
to 5:30 PM
NTDSE Mentor/Mentee Meeting- (Day 6/6)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentors and Mentees This course is designed for continuous learning. It is recommended that participants attend all sessions scheduled for the following dates: 9/13/18, 10/11/18, 11/8/18, 1/17/19, 3/14/19 and 5/9/19. Please register for each session individually. Topics for each session are TBD.
Molloy Education Center
5/13/2019 8:30 AM
to 11:30 AM
NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings (Before Early Release- Day 4/4)
Target Audience: NTDSE Mentees NTDSE 1st Year Mentee Meetings are scheduled for the following dates: 9/10/18, 12/10/18, 2/11/19, and 5/13/19. Please register for each session individually. The topic for this session is TBD.
Molloy Education Center
5/17/2019 12:30 PM
to 3:00 PM
Case Coordinators Networking Meeting
Target Audience: Township Case Coordinators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Case Coordinators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Molloy Education Center
5/23/2019 9:00 AM
to 10:30 AM
Niles Township Administrators Network (NTA)
Target Audience: Township Administrators The purpose of this meeting is for Niles Township Administrators to network for sharing knowledge and support.
Location To Be Determined