Cal of Pro Dev

 

For additional information on a particular class being offered, click on the title of the subject and you will be directed to a flyer.  Some classes may not have additional information available.  You may register for a class from this page or through the individual flyer.

 

 

14th

Professional Learning Community Series:  School Psychologists and School Social Workers

MTSS: Coaching for Change – Concensus

Facilitated by: Stacey Weber, Ed.S., NSSEO Instructional Coach

This PLC will focus on tools and strategies to build sustainable and effective academic and social emotional supports from consensus building, to developing/refining infrastructure components and ongoing evaluation of implementation practices.

Closed – at capacity

 

 15th

 Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologist

MTSS and Flexible Service Delivery for All Students 

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

Speech-Language Pathologists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students. This series will provide SLPs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for all students, in the area of language.

 

16th

Increasing Growth and Independence in High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Part 3 – Working Through Intervention Ziggurat

Presented by Amie Krummick, Ph.D.

The Intervention Ziggurat is a framework that will guide teams through a problem solving process addressing the underlying needs of a student with ASD. The interventions that teams identify and use will increase student growth and independence. This will be achieved by identifying underlying characteristics of ASD, developing interventions that are linked to those needs and evaluating the individual student’s progress.

 

17th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Refresher Training

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.

 

28th

Curriculum and Technology Instructional Class

Empower Students with Seesaw

Facilitated by:  Pam Guio and Joan Obial, NSSEO Innovative Learning Coaches

Help students take ownership of their learning and be excited by their education with this technology tool!

 

28th

Professional Learning Community – Implementing Social Thinking Core Concepts

Flexible Thinking and Stuck Thinking

Facilitated by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S., NSSEO Autism Coaches

The purpose of this implementation series is to provide continued professional learning opportunities to support implementation of Social Thinking concepts with opportunities for collaborative problem solving amongst colleagues working with students with social communication challenges.

 

29th

Professional Learning Community – Advanced Applications in Implementing Social Thinking

Utilizing and Reporting of the Social Thinking Dynamic Assessment

Facilitated by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S, NSSEO Autism Coaches

The purpose of this implementation series is to provide continued professional learning opportunities to support implementation of Social Thinking concepts with opportunities for collaborative problem solving amongst colleagues working with students with social communication challenges.

 

29th

Let’s Talk About PECS – Picture Exchange Communication System

Presented by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

This session will provide an overview of how to implement the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).

 

29th & 30th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Initial Training

This is a 1-1/2 days of training.  Attendance at both sessions is required for certification.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.

 

30th

Let’s Talk About PECS – Picture Exchange Communication System

Presented by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

This session will provide an overview of how to implement the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).

 

 4th

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologists

A Tiered Approach to Core Vocabulary Intervention

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator, Robyn Jung and Christi Gilbertson, NSSEO Assistive Technology Facilitators

This workshop will begin a series of collaboration opportunities to identify tiered target vocabulary and evidence based interventions to meet a wide range of student severity (i.e. vision, hearing, motor impairment) and age levels.

 

5th

Autism Planning and Intervention Framework Series

Part 4 – Review and Analyze Intervention Plan

Presented by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S.

This 4-part series will focus on using a step-by-step framework for organizing our knowledge of autism and intervention options into a comprehensive plan of support. This series will highlight evidence-based practices, emphasizing proactive, positive approaches, ongoing assessment and promotion of collaboration among parents and professionals. Coaching will be embedded within the training series to support the application of practice. Participants are expected to apply the practices to their classroom through application assignments and on-site coaching.

 

8th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Refresher Training

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.

 

14th

Professional Learning Community Series:  School Psychologists and School Social Workers

MTSS: Coaching for Change – Infrastructure

Facilitated by: Stacey Weber, Ed.S., NSSEO Instructional Coach

This PLC will focus on tools and strategies to build sustainable and effective academic and social emotional supports from consensus building, to developing/refining infrastructure components and ongoing evaluation of implementation practices.

 

 15th

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

NSSEO OT-PT School Based Guidelines Review

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Jason Keasling, NSSEO Physical Therapist

The NSSEO OT-PT school-based guidelines continue to be a valuable document in assisting the decision making process and promoting consistency of services for students with exceptional needs across NSSEO schools/programs and member school districts. In order to assure that this document is current and that it appropriately addresses all factors across age and severity levels, OTs & PTs will review the present document and collaborate to make revisions and/or additions for improvement.

 

19th

Professional Learning Community – Implementing Social Thinking Core Concepts

Size of the Problem and Sharing Imagination

Facilitated by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S., NSSEO Autism Coaches

The purpose of this implementation series is to provide continued professional learning opportunities to support implementation of Social Thinking concepts with opportunities for collaborative problem solving amongst colleagues working with students with social communication challenges.

 

19th

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologists

NSSEO SLP Criteria Review

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

Speech-Language Pathologists will explore the NSSEO SLP Criteria Review Rating Scales to enhance a flexible service delivery model.

 

30th

Professional Learning Community – Advanced Applications in Implementing Social Thinking

Writing Measurable Social Thinking Goals and the Plan for Generalization

Facilitated by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S, NSSEO Autism Coaches

The purpose of this implementation series is to provide continued professional learning opportunities to support implementation of Social Thinking concepts with opportunities for collaborative problem solving amongst colleagues working with students with social communication challenges.

 

1st

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

Application for Students with Complex Motor Needs within Multi-Tiered System of Support

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Sarah Marzano, DESC Occupational Therapist

Occupational and Physical Therapists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students with complex motor needs. This series will provide OTs and PTs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for students with complex motor needs.

 

6th

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologist

MTSS and Flexible Service Delivery for All Students 

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

Speech-Language Pathologists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students. This series will provide SLPs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for all students, in the area of language.

 

9th

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

MTSS and Flexible Service Delivery for All Students

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Maureen Nerger, DESC Occupational Therapist

Occupational and Physical Therapists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students. This series will provide OTs and PTs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for all students.

 

12th & 13th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Initial Training

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.

 

12th

Professional Learning Community Series:  School Psychologists and School Social Workers

MTSS: Coaching for Change – Implementation

Facilitated by: Stacey Weber, Ed.S., NSSEO Instructional Coach

This PLC will focus on tools and strategies to build sustainable and effective academic and social emotional supports from consensus building, to developing/refining infrastructure components and ongoing evaluation of implementation practices.

 

5th

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologists

NSSEO SLP Criteria Review

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

Speech-Language Pathologists will explore the NSSEO SLP Criteria Review Rating Scales to enhance a flexible service delivery model.

 

7th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Refresher Training

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.

 

13th

Professional Learning Community – Advanced Applications in Implementing Social Thinking

Troubleshooting and Planning for the Future

Facilitated by Amie Krummick, Ph.D. and Kristyn Bair, Ed.S, NSSEO Autism Coaches

The purpose of this implementation series is to provide continued professional learning opportunities to support implementation of Social Thinking concepts with opportunities for collaborative problem solving amongst colleagues working with students with social communication challenges.

 

16th

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

NSSEO OT-PT School Based Guidelines Review

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Jason Keasling, NSSEO Physical Therapist

The NSSEO OT-PT school-based guidelines continue to be a valuable document in assisting the decision making process and promoting consistency of services for students with exceptional needs across NSSEO schools/programs and member school districts. In order to assure that this document is current and that it appropriately addresses all factors across age and severity levels, OTs & PTs will review the present document and collaborate to make revisions and/or additions for improvement.

 

 16th

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologists

A Tiered Approach to Core Vocabulary Intervention

Facilitated by:  Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator, Robyn Jung and Christi Gilbertson, NSSEO Assistive Technology Facilitators

This workshop will begin a series of collaboration opportunities to identify tiered target vocabulary and evidence based interventions to meet a wide range of student severity (i.e. vision, hearing, motor impairment) and age levels.

 

27th

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

MTSS and Flexible Service Delivery for All Students

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Maureen Nerger, DESC Occupational Therapist

Occupational and Physical Therapists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students. This series will provide OTs and PTs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for all students.

 

3rd

Professional Learning Community – Speech Language Pathologist

MTSS and Flexible Service Delivery for All Students 

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator

Speech-Language Pathologists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students. This series will provide SLPs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for all students, in the area of language.

 

11th

Professional Learning Community – Occupational and Physical Therapists

Application for Students with Complex Motor Needs within Multi-Tiered System of Support

Facilitated by Sue Mahoney, M.A., CCC/SLP, NSSEO Support Services Coordinator and Sarah Marzano, DESC Occupational Therapist

Occupational and Physical Therapists are a valuable resource within districts, schools, programs, and classrooms. A continuum of indirect and direct services are necessary to address the wide range of needs across whole group, small group and for individual students with complex motor needs. This series will provide OTs and PTs with the opportunity to collaborate, plan, and document service within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) for students with complex motor needs.

 

18th

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

Refresher Training

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) training focuses on prevention and offers proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage.