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From the monthly archives: April, 2017

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Monthly Secondary Special Ed Teacher's Webinar #4

Date: April 25, 2017
Title: Monthly Secondary Special Ed Teacher's Webinar #4
Presenter: Kendrick Lester, Special Education Secondary Transition Coordinator, Idaho State Department of Education
Description: Monthly webinars, January through May 2017, for secondary special education teachers that will provide new information & resources; as well as address topics, needs, & frequently asked questions from teachers across Idaho who are working with students on transition planning.

 

Specific Learning Disability: April 2017 (Session 6)

Date: April 20, 2017
Title:  Using the Evaluation to Make Decisions on the IEP
Presenter: Nichole Kristensen, Statewide Instructional Coordinator, Idaho SESTA
Description: This webinar will provide guidance in making instructional decisions based on a student's individual needs and progress monitoring data. It will examine the use of progress monitoring data when determining the effectiveness of the IEP goals. Guidelines for adding additional instructional areas on a current IEP and using information to determine eligibility for a reevaluation from a student's current special education program will also be provided.

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Neurology, Behavior, and Interventions Webinar 3 of 3

Date: April 19, 2017
Title: Creating a Psychologically Safe Environment for Students with Various Levels of ASD
Presenter: Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D.
Description: This three part webinar series will address issues that relate to opportunities for creating a high quality of life for students at various levels of autism spectrum disorder. Session one will provide a review of the neurology of ASD. Session two will focus on the meltdowns experienced by over 50% of people on the spectrum and include a discussion of self-regulation and sensory issues. The final session will describe evidence-based interventions that create psychologically safe environments for learning.
Handouts: PowerPoint Slides -1 per page (PDF); PowerPoint Slides -3 per page (PDF)

 

Developing High Quality IEPs: April 2017 (Session 6)

Date: April 13, 2017
Title:  Identifying and Communicating Appropriate Accommodations and Adaptations
Presenter: Whitney Schexnider and Dawn Spurlock, Statewide Instructional Coordinators, Idaho SESTA
Description: This webinar will cover things to consider when selecting accommodations for a student, including executive functioning needs, and communicating accommodations and adaptations to a student’s team members.
Handouts: Questions to Consider When in Identifying Accommodations (PDF);Webinar 6 Accommodations and Adaptations Accessible_r (PDF); Webinar 6 Accommodations and Adaptations Accessible 3 slides per page (PDF)

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Neurology, Behavior, and Interventions Webinar 2 of 3

Date: April 12, 2017
Title: The Cycle of Meltdown for Individuals with Various Levels of ASD
Presenter: Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D.
Description: This three part webinar series will address issues that relate to opportunities for creating a high quality of life for students at various levels of autism spectrum disorder. Session one will provide a review of the neurology of ASD. Session two will focus on the meltdowns experienced by over 50% of people on the spectrum and include a discussion of self-regulation and sensory issues. The final session will describe evidence-based interventions that create psychologically safe environments for learning.
Handouts: Presentation Slides 1 Per page (PDF); Presentation Slides 3 Per page (PDF)

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Neurology, Behavior, and Interventions Webinar 1 of 3

Date: April 5, 2017
Title: The Neurology of ASD
Presenter: Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D.
Description: This three part webinar series will address issues that relate to opportunities for creating a high quality of life for students at various levels of autism spectrum disorder. Session one will provide a review of the neurology of ASD. Session two will focus on the meltdowns experienced by over 50% of people on the spectrum and include a discussion of self-regulation and sensory issues. The final session will describe evidence-based interventions that create psychologically safe environments for learning.
Handouts: PowerPoint Slides 1 per page (PDF); PowerPoint Slides 3 per page (PDF)

 

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