Special Education Series

Special Education Series

LEADERSHIP

Sped Series: Analyzing A-B-C Data for Developing Functional Interventions

Audience: Pre-K through 6th Grade Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Analyzing typical classroom disruptions using A-B-C data. Developing functional interventions to address disruptions. Strategically approaching disruptions from a proactive standpoint.

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SpEd Series: IEP Planning: Accommodations and Modifications

Audience: Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Explore six different categories of accommodations and modifications. Analyze student profiles presented. Identify accommodations and modifications necessary for the student to participate in and make progress in the general curriculum. Please bring a charged laptop to this session if possible.

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SpEd Series: Intentional Decision Making: Planning Supports and Services for Students with IEPs

Audience: Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Review the process for making decisions for services through special education. Analyze PLAAFP and proposed goal data to determine instructional and personal support needs in collaboration with general education teacher(s). Propose IEP recommendations.

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SpEd Series: Mathematics Foundations for the Special Education Teacher

Audience: KG-12th Grade Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Investigate the developmental stages of mathematics acquisition and how learning disabilities affect that acquisition. Consider best practices and error analysis for effective instruction. Explore options for maintaining the least restrictive environment during mathematics instruction.

*This course is a prerequisite for Best Practices for Elementary Resource Math and Best Practices for Secondary Resource/PC Math"

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SpEd Series: Best Practices for Elementary Resource Math

Audience: Elementary Resource Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Participants will explore options for resource supplemental and remedial instruction. Define the structure of a resource math classroom.  Explore the integral workings of scheduling, flexible grouping, and teaching within the resource math classroom. NOTE: Participants MUST attend a prerequisite session of Mathematics Foundations for the Special Education Teacher 3 hour course before attending this session.

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SpEd Series: Best Practices for Secondary Resource Math

Audience: Secondary Resource / PC Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Participants will explore options for resource supplemental and remedial instruction.  Explore the integral workings of scheduling, flexible grouping, and teaching within the resource math classroom. NOTE: Participants MUST attend a prerequisite session of Mathematics Foundations for the Special Education Teacher 3 hour course before attending this session.

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SpEd Series: Planning for ProActive Intervention

Audience: All Educators

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Christy Whitten is contact)

Course Description: Investigate the antecedents and consequences that impact behavior change for the better. Engage in a process for intentionally planning for behavior changes in the classroom. Construct and design strategies using a framework for intervention planning.

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LITERACY  

SpEd Series: Reading Foundations for the Special Education Teacher

Audience: Special Education Teachers - All Levels

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): AISD Special Education Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Analyze the developmental milestones along the journey to becoming an efficient, skilled reader. Explore options of best practice when assessing and remediating reading behaviors. Prepare for varied reading instructional approaches within the special education setting.

*This is a prerequisite course for What is Elementary Resource Reading? And What is Secondary Resource English?.

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SpEd Series: Best Practices for Elementary Resource Reading

Audience: Elementary Resource Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Participants will explore options for resource supplemental and remedial instruction. We will investigate best practices in literacy in the elementary classroom and how to maximize the effectiveness of instruction in a class of diverse learners. NOTE: Participants MUST attend a prerequisite session of Reading Foundations for the Special Education Teacher 6 hour course before attending this session.  

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SpEd Series: Best Practices for Secondary Resource English

Audience: Secondary Resource/ PC Special Education Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): AISD Specialists (Karin Kliemann is contact)

Course Description: Compare supplemental instruction and supplanting and explore options of managing the in between. Define the structure of a reading resource classroom.  Explore the integral workings of scheduling, flexible grouping, and teaching within the resource reading classroom. NOTE: Participants MUST attend a prerequisite session of Reading Foundations for the Special Education Teacher 6 hour course before attending this session.

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