This face-to-face training will occur throughout April at five locations across the state. It will provide K-12 special education teachers guidance in using data to inform and implement instructional practices within their classroom. It will focus specifically on using direct instruction in a systematic and explicit way, providing hands-on opportunity in planning according to student need. Visit our Registration page for details and to register.

behavior foundations 1 (spring)

As the follow-up to the fall round of behavior trainings, this spring training series will occur in six locations across the state beginning February 9, 2017.  The spring training focuses on functional behavioral assessment, engagement, and replacement behaviors. Go to the Registration page for details and to register.

response to intervention Training

Want to learn more about Response to Intervention (RTI)? A series of online modules is available for both on-demand viewing and professional development credit. Download this "how to" document with instructions for accessing the modules.


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IRIS Center
The IRIS Center is dedicated to improving education outcomes for all children, especially those with disabilities birth through age twenty-one. Find resources at the IRIS Center including online modules, case studies, webinars, research and more.  

Intensive intervention Center
The National Center on Intensive Intervention supports implementation of data-based individualization in reading, mathematics, and behavior for students with severe and persistent learning and/or behavioral needs. Find resources at the NCII website including webinars, training materials, tool charts, research and more.