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“Improving Special Education Practice: Beyond Compliance” – Pierce County
February 21 @ 4:00 am - 7:00 pm
One event on January 24, 2017 at 4:00am
One event on February 7, 2017 at 4:00am
One event on February 21, 2017 at 4:00am
One event on March 7, 2017 at 4:00am
One event on March 21, 2017 at 4:00am
A TRAINING SERIES OFFERED IN TWO LOCATIONS! (King County and Pierce County)
The focus of this training series, hosted in Pierce County, is to provide a deeper understanding of six critical and complex components for effective special education services in Washington State.
Each session of the series stands alone, so attendance at all is suggested, but not required.
Registration for the series is $300. If you choose to register for individual sessions, the fee is $50 per session.
This series will be held in Pierce County at ReLife Regional Center of Excellence, 5514 44th St E • Puyallup WA 98.
All sessions: 4 PM – 7 PM
SESSION TOPICS & DATES
1) EVALUATION – January 10, 2017
•Why we do them
•Role & responsibilities of them members
•Three prongs of eligibility
•How the evaluation drives the IEP
2) IEP – January 24, 2017
•Preplanning, gathering of data and parent input
•Components of a compliant IEP
•Preparing for effective IEP meetings
•Planning for implementation
3) PROGRESS MONITORING – February 7, 2017
•Types of data
•What is progress monitoring? How often?
•Data analysis and interpretation
•Connecting to practice. Need to change interventions?
4) POSTSECONDARY TRANSITION PLANNING – February 21, 2017
•Age appropriate transition assessment. How-to and reporting
•Using data to develop postsecondary goals
•Defining and developing transition services
•Course of study
•Extended graduation dates
5) FUNCTIONAL BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENT – March 7, 2017
•Understanding behavior principles
•Critical components of FBA
•What data is needed? How to collect and analyze?
•Developing a hypothesis
6) BEHAVIOR INVERVENTION PLAN – March 21, 2017
•Defining Positive Behavior Supports
•Components of BIP
•Selection of interventions based on data
•Legal requirements of Emergency Response Protocol – if and when needed