Idaho SESTA is a
state-wide training and technical assistance project funded through the Idaho
State Department of Education, Special Education. SESTA provides supports to
school district personnel across the state. Find training information, locate
resources, and request assistance below. Idaho SESTA currently offers the
Hybrid Learning Series – Statewide learning opportunities for educators of
all different roles to increase knowledge and skills. Currently, our Hybrid
Learning Series have replaced what we typically provided in face-to-face
environments. Registration is required. Find them by hovering over SESTA in the navigation menu to see the
trainings that are open or coming soon. SESTA Face-to-Face trainings will
return as soon as it is safe throughout the state to do so.
Out-of-the-Box series – These series provide crucial information, founded
in best practice & science, delivered throughout the year, piece-by-piece.
Use one piece or all pieces. No registration required. This year the Out-of-the Box topic is Classroom Management. Find
it at idahotc.com/Behavior.
Online Modules, Tutorials,
Recorded Webinars and more – Online
modules or videos on all different topics. You can find the most popular
modules with easy 1-click blue buttons, on idahotc.com/SESTA. In the first column Idaho SESTA Resources you will find lots of blue
buttons to click and access the resource. Learn on your own time and at your
own pace. Also, you can search for what topic you are looking for in the SESTA
Resource library, any all of our online modules and videos will come up that
match your search.
Coaching, District-based trainings
& more– Use the Request Assistance button on idahotc.com/SESTA to request any of these supports, or to
simply reach out if you don’t know what you need. Our Help Desk will help
figure out a way to support your needs. Completing a Help Desk ticket is quick
and easy. Or, if you would rather talk to someone, contact your SESTA
coordinator. You can find the contact for your district linked on idahotc.com/SESTA, right below the Request Assistance
button, on the Idaho SESTA Coordinator Assignment List.