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Monterey County Office of Education

Leadership, Support and Service to Prepare All Students for Success

Dr. Nancy Kotowski, County Superintendent of Schools

Professional Development

 

SELPA

Monterey County Special Education Local Plan Area

Regional Collaboration for Student Success
901 Blanco Circle · West Campus 17 and 18 · Salinas, CA 93901
831.755.0342 · Fax 831.754.5865

 

SELPA Staff and Parent Training Catalog 2017-2018

SELPA Workshops at a Glance 2017-2018

Note:  SELPA workshop registrations are done via the Organization Management System (OMS):  http://monterey.k12oms.org/login.php.

To Create Account click here:  http://monterey.k12oms.org/create_account.php.

OMS account management and password retrieval information can be found at the OMS Help site at:  http://monterey.k12oms.org/help.php.

OMS is managed by the San Bernardino County Office of Education, therefore, neither SELPA nor MCOE can assist with forgotten passwords. Contact information for SBCSS can be found in OMS Help Documents.

 

August 2017

08/22 Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Achievement: Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation

08/24 Certificated Special Education Staff Orientation

08/28 SIRAS: IEP Forms

 

September 2017

09/07 Wechsler Individual Achievement Test III: Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation

09/08 Paraeducator Special Education Orientation

09/12 Transition Practices for Part C to Part B

09/13 Hearing Screening Protocols and Procedures in the Schools (Morning Session)

09/13 Hearing Screening Protocols and Procedures in the Schools (Afternoon Session)

09/15 Autism Series: An Introduction to Autism and Evidence-based Practices (Part 1 of 5)

09/18 Desired Results Access Project 2015 (DRDP 2015) Training for Teachers of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers (Morning Session)

09/18 Desired Results Access Project 2015 (DRDP 2015) Training for Teachers of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers (Afternoon Session) 

09/26 You Don't Have to be a Specialist to Implement AT! Practical Strategies for Teachers and Service Providers (Part 1 of 3)

09/27 Behavior Series Part 1: Tier 1 and Tier 2 Interventions to Promote Positive Classroom Behavior

09/29 SIRAS: IEP Forms

 

October 2017

10/05 TouchMath: The Essentials (Morning Session)

10/05 TouchMath: The Essentials (Afternoon Session)

10/10 Autism Series: Visual Supports as an Evidence-based Practice for Students on the Autism Spectrum

10/11 Behavior Series Part 1: Tier 1 and Tier 2 Interventions to Promote Positive Classroom Behavior (REPEAT)

10/12 Writing IEP Goals that Align to Common Core State Standards

10/23 IEP Notes

10/24 Behavior Series Part 2: Preventative Strategies for Dealing Effectively with Escalating Misbehavior

10/26 You Don't Have to be a Specialist to Implement AT! Practical Strategies for Teachers and Service Providers (Part 2 of 3)

 

November 2017

11/07 The Manifestation Determination Process

11/08 Behavior Series Part 3: Behavior Pathway Charting

11/09 Autism Series: Data Collection and Graphing of Evidence-based Practices for Students on the Autism Spectrum

 

December 2017

12/05 Meeting Student Needs through Universal Design for Learning as a Component of Multi-Tiered System of Supports

12/06 You Don't Have to be a Specialist to Implement AT! Practical Strategies for Teachers and Service Providers (Part 3 of 3)

 

January 2018

01/10 Autism Series: Reinforcement as an Evidence-based Practice for Students on the Autism Spectrum

01/17 Assessment of English Language Learners: An Overview

01/17 English Language Learners with SLI: A Guide to Intervention

01/31 Best Practices for Determining the Student’s Need for a 1:1 Paraprofessional

 

February 2017

02/08 The Magic is in the Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching (Session 1)

02/09 The Magic is in the Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching (Session 2)

02/22 Behavior Series Part 4: Conducting Functional Assessments to Determine the Cause of Problem Behavior

 

March 2018

03/07 Autism Series: Social Narratives and Video Modeling as an Evidence-based Practice for Students on the Autism Spectrum

03/22 IEP Notes

 

April 2018

04/16 Demystifying Dyslexia: Where Do We Go From Here?

04/24 Meeting Student Needs through Universal Design for Learning as a Component of Multi-Tiered System of Supports

04/25 Behavior Series Part 5: Developing Effective Behavior Intervention Plans

 

May 2018

05/16 Community Resources Fair: Getting Help for My Child with Disabilities

 

By Request Only (Contact your Program Specialist)

AAC Assessments for SLPs

Ability Awareness

An Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders

An Overview of the Monterey County Health Department, Behavioral Health Division and the Scope of their Services Provided Throughout the County

Autism and Mental Health Issues

Best Practices for Beginning Student Study Team Implementation

Best Practices for Determining the Student's Need for a 1:1 Paraprofessional

Determining the Least Restrictive Environment

Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech 

Effective Strategies for Co-Teaching as a Component of Multi-Tiered System of Supports

Evidence-Based Interventions for Your Child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Evidence-Based Practices for Students with ASD in the School Setting

Exploring the CAPTAIN Website and Other Online Resources

IEP Meeting Basics for Administrators and Administrative Designees

IEP Notes

The Instructional Assistant's Role in Inclusive Classrooms

Introduction to the Pattern of Strengths and Weakness Model for Determining Specific Learning Disability Eligibility

The Manifestation Determination Process

Meeting Students' Needs Through Universal Design for Learning as a Component of Multi-Tiered System of Supports

Mindfulness in the Classroom

Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

Promoting Positive Classroom Behavior Strategies

Provision of Related Services for the Students Who Have Emotional Behavioral Needs

Reclassifying English Learners with Moderate to Severe Disabilities

SELPA Forms

SIRAS

Special Education Referral Procedures

TouchMath: The Essentials

Trauma Informed Care

Using Response to Instruction and Intervention for Determining Specific Learning Disability Eligibility

Working with Students with Selective Mutism

Writing SMART IEP Goals that Align to CCSS

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