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DIFFICULT LEARNERS WEBINAR SERIES

Join Idaho SESTA for a 4-part webinar series exploring challenging behavior and appropriate instruction. Learn more.


The problem with behavior problems - 3 part webinar series

Presented by Dr. Paula Kluth, this series, titled The Problem with Behavior Problems: Supporting Students and Addressing Challenges in Inclusive Schools, begins on October 24. Download the flyer to learn more and to register.


FALL CREDIT COURSES - REGISTER BY OCT. 13

Visit the 'For Credit' page for a list of courses and registration directions.


2017-18 SESTA Statewide trainings

You can also register now by visiting the ITC Registration page. Visit the Idaho SESTA website 'Trainings' page for more details.


New Assistive technology webinars

Four new webinars have been added under the Assistive Technology topic.


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Idaho SESTA provides training and technical assistance to support school districts’ systematic implementation of evidence-based practices. Find support, request assistance and locate training resources using the buttons below.

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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.