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Equitable Practices in an MTSS Framework: Equitable Data-Based Decision-Making

Equitable Practices in an MTSS Framework: Equitable Data-Based Decision-Making

09/22/2020
Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims and Ms. Amira Hill-Yancy from the PaTTAN system describe the importance of data-based decision making in an MTSS framework through an equitable lens. Topics include: collaborative inquiry, the cultural proficiency continuum, and introduces the PDE Equity Pillars of Practice.
SSDVE Presents: Progress Monitoring

SSDVE Presents: Progress Monitoring

09/11/2020
Supporting Students in Virtual Environments (SSDVE) Presents: Progress Monitoring Why and How: Tips for Progress Monitoring. This session will include a discussion on tips and strategies for progress monitoring in hybrid and virtual structures
Using DIBELS 8th Edition Zones of Growth For Instructional Decision Making in a MTSS Framework

Using DIBELS 8th Edition Zones of Growth For Instructional Decision Making in a MTSS Framework

09/10/2020
This workshop will inform users about the DIBELS 8th Edition Zones of Growth Goal-Setting tool and how it can be used to set goals and monitor progress for individual students and groups of students within multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS). Participants will learn about the importance of setting reasonable yet ambitious goals and best practices for setting these goals. Participants will learn about key updates to DIBELS 8th Edition that aid in the goal-setting and progress monitoring process. Participants will also learn how to use the Zones of Growth tool to set goals, monitor progress, and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction for individual students and groups of students.
AEDY Monthly Webinar: August 2020

AEDY Monthly Webinar: August 2020

08/28/2020
MTSS Implementation: Next Steps
School Mental Health Professionals Summer Series Webinar: Focus on Social-Emotional Learning

School Mental Health Professionals Summer Series Webinar: Focus on Social-Emotional Learning

08/26/2020
In this 2-hour webinar learn about key ideas, resources, and evidence-based practices in social-emotional learning (SEL). Additionally, considerations for supporting students by incorporating SEL to into distance learning, schools’ re-entry plans, and supporting families and students with SEL are discussed.
Supporting Students with Disabilities in Virtual Environments: School Re-entry | Closing Session

Supporting Students with Disabilities in Virtual Environments: School Re-entry | Closing Session

08/18/2020
Closing keynote address by Carole Clancy, PDE Bureau of Special Education Director
Supporting Special Education Students virtually from an Occupational and Physical Therapy Perspective. Part 2: Occupational and Physical Therapy Collaboration and Cotreating

Supporting Special Education Students virtually from an Occupational and Physical Therapy Perspective. Part 2: Occupational and Physical Therapy Collaboration and Cotreating

08/18/2020
This is part two of two. See 1.f for the remaining session. In this session, presenters will provide some practices that they found helpful in OT/PT Collaboration and cotreating
Navigating through Online Resources

Navigating through Online Resources

08/18/2020
With changes in service delivery came new challenges in finding and vetting resources to support students with Speech Language Disabilities. This session will focus on ways to continue to learn about tools, resources, locations to find training on technology tools, and ways to vet the effectiveness of these products. The session will discuss ways to utilize twitter, Facebook, and PaTTAN curated resources to start navigating through a tidal wave of information in a timely and efficient manner. Time will be given to share resources with other SLPs.
Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part III)

Virtual Instruction for Students with Autism (Part III)

08/18/2020
his is part three of three. See 1.d and 2.d for the remaining sessions. As a result of the abrupt and unexpected mandated school closures that went beyond the initial timeline predicted, the continued instruction of students became a priority. With the only option during stay-at-home mandates being virtual instruction, how would teachers of students with autism make this work when it is challenging enough to provide effective interventions in the classroom with all materials, supports, and personnel necessary? With the uncertainty of closures being a possibility in the future, this session will review important considerations and guidelines for effectively planning, preparing, providing and monitoring virtual instruction for students with autism. Both asynchronous (pre-recorded) and synchronous (live) sessions will be addressed.
Using Virtual Tools to Support Foundational Reading Skills

Using Virtual Tools to Support Foundational Reading Skills

08/18/2020
In this session, participants will explore ways to use digital tools to support foundational reading skills in virtual environments.