Month
Date
Location
Upcoming Event
May
5/1/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
Remote Behavior Support for Teachers
Spaces Remaining: 170
'This is a recorded webinar that is broken down into different modules. All modules must be done in sequential order. This webinar will provide teachers with information about providing behavior supports for their students during remote learning. It will provide information on establishing routines, setting/ teaching expectations, increasing engagement/ positive reinforcement, and supporting students with existing behavior supports. The webinar is a prerequisite for the synchronous sessions for remote behavior support. Participants must view all of the modules of this webinar in order to participate in the live sessions. ' Learning Objectives: 1) Establishing and maintaining routines 2) Setting and teaching expectations during remote learning 3) Increasing engagement and providing positive reinforcement 4) Strategies for supporting students with existing behavior supports NO CTLE CREDIT WILL BE AWARDED.
5/1/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
Remote Progress Monitoring
Spaces Remaining: 862
This professional learning is designed to support teachers in remote progress monitoring of IEP Goals. Learning Objectives: - Define progress monitoring and the role it plays towards student achievement. - Examine progress monitoring as the bridge between remote instruction and assessment. - Practice progress monitoring in a remote setting. No CTLE credit will be awarded.
5/14/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
IEP Development Part 1: Regulatory Foundations and Educational Benefit
Spaces Remaining: 1510
This pre-recorded webinar is Part 1 in a four part series on IEP development offered by the New York Regional Partnership Center. Part 1 explores the regulatory foundations involved in the development of the IEP, as well as a brief overview of educational benefit. 32-minutes. Overall, this four part series addresses the specific responsibilities of the District Representative related to the development of the IEP. Participants will engage with the guiding principles for IEP development, including a deeper understanding of each section of the IEP. Participants will gain insight regarding the IEP as the cornerstone of the Special Education Process, Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE), and Educational Benefit. Objectives: Participants will 1) be introduced to the IEP as a strategic planning document that should be far reaching in its impact; 2) engage with the guiding principles for IEP development, including an introduction to each section of the IEP; 3) gain insight regarding the IEP as the cornerstone of the Special Education Process, as well as Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) and Educational Benefit Audience: Those serving as District Representative, such as special education teachers, psychologists, related service providers, and administrators. ***No CTLE credit will be awarded***
5/20/2020
- 12/31/2020 11:45 PM
Virtual
Creating Safe Spaces During Remote Learning
Spaces Remaining: 350
This is a recorded webinar for teachers that provides a basic foundation for understanding trauma- informed teaching pedagogy. It is designed to help teachers learn about trauma and how it is related to COVID-19. It discusses possible effects of trauma and how we may see some of the emotional, behavioral, and academic effects in our students during this pandemic. It provides information on the 6 principles of trauma informed pedagogy and some basic strategies that can be used during remote learning. This is the foundation course for future synchronous sessions. ****Access link to Pre-recorded webinar will be sent to learners after registration is completed**** ***No CTLE credit will be awarded***
5/21/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
IEP Development Part 2: Present Levels of Performance
Spaces Remaining: 1586
This pre-recorded learning session is part 2 in a 4-part series on IEP development. This session explores best practices in writing the Present Levels of Performance (PLOP) section of the IEP. ***No CTLE credits will be given for this session*** By the end of this session, participants will be able to: -Identify the elements of a quality written PLOP -Understand the components of the PLOP -Be able to write a quality PLOP to inform the individual needs of the student '
5/21/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
IEP Development Series Part 3: Transition, Measurable Annual & Post-Secondary Goals & Progress Monitoring
Spaces Remaining: 1635
This is part 3 in a four part series on IEP Development. This pre-recorded webinar explores transition, measurable annual goals, post-secondary measurable annual goals, and progress monitoring in the IEP. ***There will be NO CTLE credits given for this learning opportunity*** 'At the end of the session, participants will understand how to: -Document Transition in the IEP -Develop Measurable Post Secondary Goals and transition needs -Develop specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely annual goals with -benchmarks and objectives -Progress monitor annual goals -Report progress to parents '
5/25/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual
IEP Development Series Part 4: Special Education Programs, Services & Placement
Spaces Remaining: 1709
This pre-recorded learning session is the final part of the 4-part series: IEP Development. This session explores special education programs, services, and placement in the IEP process. ***No CTLE credits will be given for this session*** At the end of this session, participants will be able to Identify the special education services, including the adaptations, accommodations, or modifications to the general curriculum, and/or instructional environment and materials, as needed by the student to meet the standards. Discuss how special education services are individually determined, and aid in helping the student meet the standards. Consider the continuum of services, placement, and least restrictive environment when determining programs and services. Address services and assessment that must be considered during transition planning and identify additional elements including supplementary aids and services, assistive technology, testing modifications and accommodations, extended school year, and special
5/28/2020
12:00 PM - 9/30/2020
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
Remote Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI) Series: Component 1
Spaces Remaining: 1792
Explicit instruction is a group of research-supported instructional behaviors used to design and deliver instruction that provides needed supports for successful learning through clarity of language and purpose, and reduction of cognitive load. It promotes active student engagement by requiring frequent and varied responses followed by appropriate affirmative and corrective feedback and assists long-term retention through use of purposeful Practice strategies. This pre-recorded webinar is Component 1 in a four-part series on Explicit Direct Instruction offered by the New York Regional Partnership Center. All components must be done in sequential order. Component 1 explores defining explicit instruction as an evidence-based practice and identifying the five essential components of Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI). Intended Audience: Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; Literacy Specialists; School Psychologists; Principals ***No CTLE credit will be awarded*** Please click the link or copy and paste into your browser.
5/29/2020
- 9/30/2020
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
Component 2: Remote Explicit Instruction/Explicit Direct Instruction Series
Spaces Remaining: 1838
*You will need to download materials. Explicit instruction is a group of research-supported instructional behaviors used to design and deliver instruction that provides needed supports for successful learning through clarity of language and purpose, and reduction of cognitive load. It promotes active student engagement by requiring frequent and varied responses followed by appropriate affirmative and corrective feedback and assists long-term retention through use of purposeful Practice strategies. This pre-recorded webinar is Component 2 in a four-part series on Explicit Direct Instruction offered by the New York Regional Partnership Center. All components must be done in sequential order. Component 2 explores EDI Delivery Strategies, EDI Lesson Sequence and the effective creation of learning objectives. Intended Audience: Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; Literacy Specialists; School Psychologists; Principals ***No CTLE credit will be awarded*** To download materials before session: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lNJ2WUxhXsqztZcN1RQMVteKMGKsWMBk
June
6/2/2020
12:00 PM - 9/30/2020
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
National Reading Panel Report: Implications of Instruction Module 4: Vocabulary Webinar
Spaces Remaining: 1876
This 1 hour module on Vocabulary is the fourth part of a National Reading Panel Report: Implications for Instruction webinar series. The series is an introductory professional development on the five pillars of high quality, evidence-based reading instruction. In this training participants will be able to identify and describe the vocabulary pillar of reading and understand the relative contributions the vocabulary component makes to overall reading behavior. Participants will also gain an understanding of assessment in the vocabulary skill area and how this information can be used to identify which students need intervention. Participants will identify and describe intervention strategies for the vocabulary area of reading. Check calendar for office hours to receive CTLE credit.
6/9/2020
12:00 PM - 9/30/2020
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
Component 3: Remote Explicit Instruction/Explicit Direct Instruction Series
Spaces Remaining: 1899
Explicit instruction is a group of research-supported instructional behaviors used to design and deliver instruction that provides needed supports for successful learning through clarity of language and purpose, and reduction of cognitive load. It promotes active student engagement by requiring frequent and varied responses followed by appropriate affirmative and corrective feedback and assists long-term retention through use of purposeful practice strategies. This pre-recorded webinar is Component 3 in a four-part series on Explicit Direct Instruction offered by the New York Regional Partnership Center. All components must be done in sequential order. Component 3 explores understanding the importance of activating prior knowledge, conveying lesson importance and presenting the “Big Idea” in the lesson objective through the components of concept development. Learning Objectives: • Participants will understand the importance of activating prior knowledge • Participants will be presented with why, when and how to convey lesson importance • Participants will understand the importance of the “Big Idea” in the lesson objective
6/9/2020
12:00 PM - 9/30/2020
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
Component 4: Remote Explicit Instruction/Explicit Direct Instruction Series
Spaces Remaining: 1901
Explicit instruction is a group of research-supported instructional behaviors used to design and deliver instruction that provides needed supports for successful learning through clarity of language and purpose, and reduction of cognitive load. It promotes active student engagement by requiring frequent and varied responses followed by appropriate affirmative and corrective feedback and assists long-term retention through use of purposeful practice strategies. This pre-recorded webinar is Component 4 in a four-part series on Explicit Direct Instruction offered by the New York Regional Partnership Center. All components must be done in sequential order. Component 4 explores analyzing how to design and deliver skill development, understanding how to facilitate guided practice, deliver learning closure and effectively conduct periodic review. Link to materials: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jgR1YTfQAfXB8ufhMHi0bFxZbDvJHhGO?usp=sharing Intended Audience: Special Education Teachers; General Education Teachers; Literacy Specialists; School Psychologists; Principals Learning Objectives: • Participants will analyze how to design and deliver skill development • Participants will understand how to facilitate guided practice in the classroom • Participants will understand how to deliver learning closure • Participants will analyze additional considerations and the need for periodic review
6/10/2020
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Virtual- Microsoft Teams Webinar
RPC Literacy Office Hours for Phonics
Spaces Remaining: 18
Follow up to the NPR Alphabetics Webinar. RPC Literacy Team Office Hours where literacy specialists will be available to answer any questions or a forum to share ideas and feedback based on the National Reading Panel Module 2: Phonics webinar Explore some of the ideas posed during the NPR Phonemic Awareness Webinar Answer any questions participants might have following the Phonemic Awareness webinar Offer resources to extend the learning from the Phonemic Awareness webinar
January
1/8/2024
- 7/17/2030
Create An Account
Spaces Remaining: 30646
Please use this event page to create a new account with the Learning Stream Learning Management system by clicking the registration button above. You will be able to register for future Special Education Office Professional Learning.