Niles Township District for Special Education #807

NTDSE Professional Learning 

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Month
Date
Upcoming Event
Location
April
4/20/2020
9:00 AM to 3:00 AM
Working with Students and Families Remotely- Day 1
Target Audience: All NTDSE Educators As the School Closure period continues, NTDSE Educators will embark on the opportunity to work with students remotely. The Plan Day will provide you with training on resources that help you access and utilize the technology required (e.g. Zoom) and the ability to collaborate with colleagues.
Zoom- Link will be shared via email one day before the training
May
5/1/2020
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Working with Students and Families Remotely- Day 2
Target Audience: All NTDSE Educators As the School Closure period continues, NTDSE Educators will embark on the opportunity to work with students remotely. The Plan Day will provide you with training on resources that help you access and utilize the technology required (e.g. Zoom) and the ability to collaborate with colleagues.
Zoom- Link will be shared via email one day before the training
June
6/16/2020
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Administrator Academy- Before the Crisis: An Introduction to Student Safety Assessment and Management- AA # 1876
Target Audience: All Administrators, Social Workers and Psychologists Students make threats to hurt themselves or others using social media, cell phones or in conversations with peers. This academy offers threat assessment training considered to be “best practice” by the U.S. Dept. of Ed. and the U.S. Secret Service and will enable participants to assess the severity of a threat, analyze the safety of the students and staff, and develop a plan of action to protect them. Valuable resources, including documentation, scripted protocols as well as guidance for decision making for students with IEP’s, 504 and/or BIP plans and SB100 compliance are included with the course. This session will be held on June 16 and June 17 from 8:30-11:30. Please be sure to register for both days.
Zoom- Link will be shared via email one day before the training
6/17/2020
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Administrator Academy- Before the Crisis: An Introduction to Student Safety Assessment and Management- AA # 1876
Target Audience: All Administrators, Social Workers and Psychologists Students make threats to hurt themselves or others using social media, cell phones or in conversations with peers. This academy offers threat assessment training considered to be “best practice” by the U.S. Dept. of Ed. and the U.S. Secret Service and will enable participants to assess the severity of a threat, analyze the safety of the students and staff, and develop a plan of action to protect them. Valuable resources, including documentation, scripted protocols as well as guidance for decision making for students with IEP’s, 504 and/or BIP plans and SB100 compliance are included with the course. This session will be held on June 16 and June 17 from 8:30-11:30. Please be sure to register for both days.
Zoom- Link will be shared via email one day before the training
October
10/1/2020
8:30 AM to 10/1/2019 3:30 PM
Aquatherapy- Day 1/2
Target Audience: Anyone using Aquatherapy with students Objectives: At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Understand and utilize the physical properties of water that can facilitate movement and functional shifts in clients. 2. Identify the properties of water that most significantly impact the gross, fine, oral motor, and respiratory deficits typically seen in pediatric clients 3. Understand and utilize aquatic treatment techniques that directly impact the motor and adaptive functions in children with various levels of neuromotor and sensory/perceptual challenge. 4. Describe and utilize various ways to incorporate therapeutic aquatic equipment into a planned aquatic treatment session towards a functional goal. 5. Integrate land and aquatic approaches with an emphasis on shifts in a client’s functional abilities.
Molloy Education Center
10/2/2020
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Aquatherapy- Day 2/2
Target Audience: Anyone using Aquatherapy with students Objectives: At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Understand and utilize the physical properties of water that can facilitate movement and functional shifts in clients. 2. Identify the properties of water that most significantly impact the gross, fine, oral motor, and respiratory deficits typically seen in pediatric clients 3. Understand and utilize aquatic treatment techniques that directly impact the motor and adaptive functions in children with various levels of neuromotor and sensory/perceptual challenge. 4. Describe and utilize various ways to incorporate therapeutic aquatic equipment into a planned aquatic treatment session towards a functional goal. 5. Integrate land and aquatic approaches with an emphasis on shifts in a client’s functional abilities.
Molloy Education Center