Webinars

StrugglingMath

Supporting Students Who Struggle in Mathematics – Session 1: Building Proficiency with Rational Numbers and Integers

 

Learn how to increase students’ number sense and mental computation by teaching games and strategies at a middle grades level. These aren’t just computation drills with a game twist, but rather thoughtfully designed activities for students at all instructional levels, grouped by topic, and have proven to be engaging with real live students.

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LRBI Book Club Tier II Recorded Session Series

 

Session 4 (April 14, 2016): View recorded session | View recorded session with sign language | Download PowerPoint

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mtss

What does it take to Implement MTSS? Finding Professional Development Resources to Support Implementation
Recorded video from October 2015
 
Ongoing sustained professional development that allows educators to continuously examine, reflect upon, and improve instructional practice, data-based decision making, and delivery of interventions is essential for implementing a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS). Where do we find resources to provide this professional development?
 

APBS

APBS Webinar with Joe Lucyshyn
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern Time
 
The seminar will present a family centered, positive behavior support (PBS) approach to assessment and intervention with families of children with autism and developmental disabilities who engage in severe problem behavior in family contexts. A process of collaborative partnership development, comprehensive assessment, multicomponent PBS plan design, and implementation support will be described and illustrated.

For more information and to register, follow this link: http://www.cvent.com/events/apbs-webinar-with-joe-lucyshyn/event-summary-745444f61b134dc19908bd6d8b8ec46f.aspx?i=9ecb20f2-ca3d-449e-ad9b-69f8fcd8b9c4

 

REL

Sustainable Coaching for Science Teachers: Distance-Based Peer Coaching
May 12, 2015: 2:30-4:00pm MST
 
The online seminar, presented by Gwen Nugent, Gina Kunz, and Jim Houston from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will engage participants to increase their knowledge about a peering coaching research project, Coaching Science Inquiry in Rural Schools. The project examined how professional development and follow-up coaching efforts influence teachers' knowledge and implementation of guided scientific inquiry with science content to help students learn the methods that scientists use to study the natural world. The teachers received coaching via distance technology to support their implementation of inquiry strategies in the classroom. In addition to gauging the impact on teachers' inquiry knowledge, skills and practice, the research study also assessed how the resulting classroom lessons influence students' knowledge of scientific concepts and inquiry principles by documenting students' willingness and ability to engage scientific questions; use the evidence at their disposal; and formulate, evaluate, and communicate proposed explanation.

For more information and to register, follow this link: https://www.relcentral.org/news-and-events/sustainable-coaching-for-science-teachers-distance-based-peer-coaching/

 

RelatedServTiny

Related Service Providers in Transition Planning and Services
This webinar was presented on January 27, 2015.  It is archived at NSTTAC’s website. The webinar was presented by related service providers (OT, PT, SLT) regarding their critical role in quality transition planning and services. Follow this link to view the webinar: http://www.nsttac.org/sites/default/files/assets/pdf/NSTTAC%20Webinar_1_27_15.pdf

strategiesforcommunicatingresults

Strategies for Communicating Results
January 28, 2015 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET
REL Central and Joshua Thomases will present his experience on using the change to Common Core-Linked Assessments to enhance discussions about instructional practice. TO REGISTER

buildingabettersurvey

Building a Better Survey
November 18 1:00-2:30 pm MST
REL Central and Ellen Mandinach will present important information on survey development. TO REGISTER

thinkcollege

Think College

Think College sponsors webinars on a variety of topics related to postsecondary education for students with intellectural disabilities.  Follow this link for more information on upcoming and archived webinars. http://www.thinkcollege.net/training/webinars

educationdisability

Education & Disability Policy 3 Part Webinar Series

This three part webinar series, hosted by nine national organizations focused on students with disabilities, will be a great fit whether you are a parent, a policymaker, an advocate, or an attorney wanting to learn more about education policy and how it impacts students with disabilities! Visit http://copaa.webex.com and select the “Upcoming” tab to register. Space is limited, but all webinars will be recorded and posted at www.higherexpectationsforall.org

Introduction to Education Policy – Understanding ESEA and IDEA
High Expectations, Assessments, and Quality of Education
Graduation – Considerations and Implications

stopbullying

StopBullying.Gov

StopBullying.gov has recently added several new videos to help spread the word about bullying prevention and new resources available to parents and educators. www.stopbullying.gov

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Developing Community Action Teams

Archived Webinar

Discover an essential component of establishing partnerships for your agency in learning how to initiate a Community Action Team (CAT) that will focus specifically on securing competitive and integrated employment for persons living with ID/DD.

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