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Thinking Collaborative: Adaptive School
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 47892
Description
The Adaptive Schools Foundation present a productive, practical set of ideas and tools for developing collaborative groups in becoming effective and better equipped to resolve complex issues around student learning. The work of the Adaptive Schools Seminars is to develop the resources and capacities of the organization and of individuals to cohesively respond to the changing needs of students and society. The training not only explores what makes teams effective, but how to develop skills as fac... More
ilitators and informed group members in informal and formal settings, in small and large groups. It takes participants beyond the idea of professional learning communities to the actual implementation, describing specific ways to weave the collaborative fabric of a faculty, develop group member skills, and acquire the principles and understandings to engage in a continuous cycle of team and individual improvement. Adaptive Schools is the “how” of professional learning communities: how to behave in groups, how to lead them, and how to facilitate them for improved leading, teaching, and learning. This training is intended for anyone who has to facilitate groups, run meetings, or desires to develop collaboration will benefit. Come with as a team or with a partner. Participants are expected to attend all four days of the workshop, there is a prerequisite to attend Day 1 of the training. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Participation fees are waived for NSSED employees. There is a $440.00 participation and material fee for Member District* employees. For individual participants who are not NSSED employees or Member District* employees the course participation and material fee is $1040.00. All fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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24.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs  $440.00
24.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs  $440.00
24.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs  $440.00
24.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs  $440.00
24.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs  $440.00
Fee
440
Upcoming Sections (1 of 3 total)
Section 3
Series #3 (2020-2021)   Apr 6, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools: Foundations Cohort
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 48122
Description
Foundations will walk your staff through the process of designing a proactive and positive school-wide discipline plan. The Foundations process effectively addresses how to establish a positive school climate and culture, school safety, student motivation, and academic engagement. Foundations is a multi-year school improvement staff development for a school. Each building must have a Leadership Team (including a building administrator) with heavy representation of general education teachers... More
. Leadership Team must meet regularly (approx 1x/month). Leadership Team attends 2-4 SCS Foundations trainings each year. Opportunities for Leadership Team to share training information and decision-making with entire staff Materials per building (Foundations, CHAMPS Classroom Management, Teacher’s Encyclopedia, Interventions) Total Cost approximately $2,000 per school. COST INFORMATION: Workshop fee* waived for NSSED employees, Member District** employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, certain fees will apply. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. *Registration or material fee per participant will be indicated when registering and billed after the session. **Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225.
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18.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
18.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
18.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
18.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
18.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 5 total)
Section 5
Cohort #2 Sessions: 8, 9, 10, & 11   Oct 20, 2020

Thinking Collaborative: Cognitive Coaching
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 48468
Description
The mission of Cognitive CoachingSM is to produce self-directed persons with the cognitive capacity for excellence both independently and as members of a community. Research indicates that teaching is a complex intellectual activity and that teachers who think at higher levels produce students who are higher achieving, more cooperative, and better problem solvers. It is the invisible skills of teaching, the thinking processes that underlie instructional decisions, which produce superior instruct... More
ion. Cognitive CoachingSM is a research-based model that capitalizes upon and enhances teachers’ cognitive processes. Participants are expected to attend all four days of the workshop, there is a prerequisite to attend Day 1 of the training. All are welcome to attend. Those in supervisor or coaching roles will find the content immediately applicable. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Participation fees are waived for NSSED employees. There is a $440.00 participation and material fee for Member District* employees. For individual participants who are not NSSED employees or Member District* employees the course participation and material fee is $1040.00. All fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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24.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
24.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
24.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
24.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
24.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
440
Upcoming Sections (2 of 5 total)
Section 4
Cohort #3 (2020-2021) Part 1: Days 1-4   Feb 2, 2021
Section 5
Cohort #2 (2020-2021) Part 2: Days 5-8   Feb 10, 2021

Administrative Academy #1544: History of Diverse Learning in Schools and Strategies for Improving Outcomes for All Learners
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 52300
Description
Our role in education is to prepare our students for success after their years in the educational system. The question arises what are the skills needed today to prepare them for their future? How do we foster those skills for all students in our educational community? In this session, Dr. Kurt Schneider will facilitate reflection on the history of American Schooling for all learners. Research will be provided to analyze how to evolve our classrooms and communities to embrace all students and i... More
mprove the outcomes for all learners.This session is geared toward administrators, and general education teachers in combination with special education teachers and support staff. If you are a special education teacher or support staff do NOT come alone. This session will only be valuable if your general education partners are in collaboration with you in the learning. This session is meant for those who are pursuing Administrative Academy Credit, if you are interested in this session but not pursuing this credit please register for the "History of Diverse Learning in Schools and Strategies for Improving Outcomes for All Learners" session. This session will meet the ethic CEU requirements for Social Workers. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants will be required to complete and turn in a handout packet in its entirety as well as a poster created during the session in teams. Failure to complete any part of the handout may result in no credit issued. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: This course has a $15 participation fee for NSSED employees and Member District* employees. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: <ul>Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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6.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Administrative Academy credit Administrative s
Fee
15
Upcoming Sections (1 of 6 total)
Section 7
March 2021   Mar 15, 2021

History of Diverse Learning in Schools and Strategies for Improving Outcomes for All Learners
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 52301
Description
Our role in education is to prepare our students for success after their years in the educational system. The question arises what are the skills needed today to prepare them for their future? How do we foster those skills for all students in our educational community? In this session, Dr. Kurt Schneider will facilitate reflection on the history of American Schooling for all learners. Research will be provided to analyze how to evolve our classrooms and communities to embrace all students and i... More
mprove the outcomes for all learners. This session is geared toward administrators, and general education teachers in combination with special education teachers and support staff. If you are a special education teacher or support staff do NOT come alone. This session will only be valuable if your general education partners are in collaboration with you in the learning. This session is for those who are are NOT pursuing Administrative Academy Credit. If you wish to request Administrative Academy Credit there is a fee, please register for the "Administrative Academy: History of Diverse Learning in Schools and Strategies for Improving Outcomes for All Learners" session. This session will meet the ethic CEU requirements for Social Workers. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
6.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
6.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 6 total)
Section 7
March 2021   Mar 15, 2021

2020-2021 Webinar Series: Student-Centered Coaching with Diane Sweeney
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 52380
Description
Student-Centered Coaching is an instructional coaching model that focuses on using student evidence to increase the efficacy of teachers, coaches, and most importantly our students. This webinar series will include six, 90 minute webinars that will be led by Diane Sweeney, author of The Essential Guide for Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2020), Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2017), and Leading Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2018). Participating coaches, principals, and dist... More
rict leaders will be guided through the implementation of Student-Centered Coaching in today’s era of virtual and in person schooling. Attendees are encouraged to purchase their own copy of The Essential Guide for Student-Centered Coaching as it will be used throughout the sessions. Outcomes: Understand the philosophy and core practices for Student-Centered Coaching Learn how to launch and schedule coaching cycles Practice strategies for effective questioning and listening Build principal and coach partnerships that ensure that coaching is making the desired impact Participants encouraged to purchase your own copy of The Essential Guide for Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2020), Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2017). https://www.dianesweeney.com/our-publications/ Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees. Participation Fee for Member-District* Employee: $33 for each session or $200 if you attend all six sessions. Non Member-District Employees Fee: $40 for each session or $200 if you attend all six sessions. You are encouraged to purchase your own copy of The Essential Guide for Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2020), Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2017). All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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9.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs  $33.00
Fee
33
Upcoming Sections (5 of 8 total)
Section 4
Goal Setting and Using Learning Targets   Oct 20, 2020
Section 5
Co-Planning and Co-Teaching   Nov 16, 2020
Section 6
Launching Coaching Cycles and Measuring Impact   Dec 1, 2020
2 additional sections meet after those listed above.

NSSED Coach Mentor Program
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 53258
Description
NSSED offers a professional learning program for coaches, whether instructional, technology, or other specialty. In this multi-year program, participants will develop a strong foundation in philosophy, knowledge, and skills of coaching, presenting, and facilitating teams. Our mission as coaches is “To collaborate with educators to enhance student outcomes through a partnership approach.” We embody this mission in our action and the work we do. This program will support coaches in their grow... More
th of those actions. The format is a job alike learning community: coaches from across the NSSED region learn collaboratively, forming a professional network that benefits them and their students. There are several full day trainings throughout the year and 5-6 half day cohort sessions. Year 1 Focus: Philosophy of Coaching/Process and Communication Skills, Cognitive Coaching (4 full days), Diane Sweeney (1 full day), 5-6 half day sessions. Year 2 Focus: Application and Practice of Coaching Process: Cognitive Coaching (4 full days), 5-6 half day sessions. Year 3 Focus: Presentation Skills: Presentation Skills Training (1 full day), 5-6 half day sessions. Year 4 Focus: Team Facilitation Skills: Adaptive Schools Training (4 full days), 5-6 half day sessions. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. *All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Participation fees are waived for NSSED employees. Participation fees for Member District* employees is $1480.00. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $1735.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
10.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
1480
Upcoming Sections (3 of 6 total)
Section 4
Cohort #1 Year 3 (2020-2021)   Aug 26, 2020
Section 5
Cohort #2 (Year 2, 2020-2021)   Aug 26, 2020
Section 6
Cohort #3 Year 1 (2020-2021)   Aug 26, 2020
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PDF: Coach Cohort Program Description.pdf

A Culture of Equity: The WHY, WHAT, and HOW for lifelong success for all
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57163
Description
Join us for an opportunity to define equity and equitable practices in our schools and communities. We will explore and reflect on research and the perspectives of leaders in the field of equity and inclusion. Participants will have the opportunity to connect, explore, and integrate ideas to bring back to their schools and communities. Learning Objectives: Participants will: Define equity and consider what an equitable school looks like, sounds like, and feels like. Explore barriers to equity a... More
nd ways to shift thinking in order to enhance equity in my work. Identify actions I can take to enhance the culture of equity in my work. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
6.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (2 of 4 total)
Section 3
January 2021   Jan 15, 2021
Section 4
April 2021   Apr 5, 2021

2020-2021 Best Practices in Math Instruction and Program Implementation
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57894
Description
The course will provide an overview of the Math Curriculum and best practices for well rounded math instruction across the school year. The group will review and generate instructional strategies for approaching instruction with number sense, operations, shapes and attributes, algebra, measurement with tools, measurement: time, measurement: money, and data analysis. A variety of math instructional programs will be reviewed. Participants will learn how to implement best practices in well rounded ... More
math programming for students in hybrid, remote, or in-person settings. This training is intended for teachers, teaching assistants, any school staff member implementing math instruction for students with developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, autism, and multiple disabilities. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual April 2021   Apr 8, 2021

2020-2021 CHAMPS: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57895
Description
CHAMPS, a framework developed by Safe and Civil Schools, offers a comprehensive classroom management plan that includes proactive, positive, and instructional strategies to address student behavior. Research has demonstrated that manipulating the following five key variables within a classroom management plan will improve student behavior in the classroom: Structure, Teach Behavior Expectations, Observe and Supervise, Interact Positively, and Correct Fluently (STOIC). When implemented, staff ar... More
e more prepared to teach and effectively respond to student behavior. Within this 2-day training, participants will have opportunities to reflect on current practices, develop STOIC strategies for their setting, and collaborate with other participants. In addition, sessions include group discussion, movement, videos and work time to meet the learning objectives below. The training content is meant for all pre-k through high school educators (general education teachers, special education teachers, support staff, and administrators). It should be noted that the activities will be application-based, so those will be most meaningful to classroom teachers. Learning Objectives/Outcomes: Participants will: 1. Understand that time devoted to teaching behavior proactively is important for future student engagement. 2. Identify structures for the classroom that maximize learning and minimize disruptions. 3. Develop rules, expectations and procedures for student behavior. 4. Understand the components of effective supervision. 5. Learn specific strategies for increasing positive to corrective ratio of interactions with students. 6. Identify strategies for effective corrections. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $300.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
6.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
6.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 2 total)
Section 2
February 2021   Feb 9, 2021

2020-2021 De-escalation: Identifying Emotional Escalation and Effective Strategies
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57896
Description
In this class we will discuss the different stages of emotional escalation of students, and ways to identify each stage, as well as de-escalation strategies for various stages of emotional escalation. This training will focus on prevention while providing participants with techniques to help diffuse student crisis. We will also discuss how staff responses can affect student behavior, and in the moment strategies. Participants will engage in study and application of strategies throughout the sess... More
ion. The material is geared towards all educators (teaching assistants, teachers, SLPs, etc...) from K-12, and post high school aged classrooms. Learning Objectives/Outcomes: Participants will: Understand and identify the various stages of emotional escalation. Be able to identify and implement strategies for the various stages of emotional escalation. Learn effective communication strategies for heightened individuals. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 2 total)
Section 2
February 2021   Feb 18, 2021

2020-2021 Data Collection with Google Forms (Beginner)
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57899
Description
Overwhelmed with data collection? Collecting data, but having a difficult time making sense of all the information you are collecting? During this webinar, we will briefly discuss the legal requirements of data collection, writing S.M.A.R.T. goals and using data collection to monitor student learning and to inform instruction. We will explore how Google Forms can help meet data collection needs. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Write a S.M.A.R.T. goal and develop a plan ... More
for collecting data to demonstrate progress. Determine a corresponding question type in order to collect appropriate data on learning objectives/therapy goals. Use the Summary of Performance feature in Google Forms or the Form Response Sheet to analyze data collected and inform instruction. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
5.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
5.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (2 of 2 total)
Section 3
CANCELLED Virtual October 2020   Oct 1, 2020
Section 2
March 2021   Mar 3, 2021

2020-2021 Best Practices in Literacy Instruction and Program Implementation
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57900
Description
The course will provide an overview of the NSSED Essential Skills Literacy Curriculum and best practices for well rounded literacy instruction across the school year. The group will review and generate instructional strategies for approaching instruction with comprehension, concepts of print, phonemic awareness, phonics, word reading, fluency, writing composition, writing skills and process, and language and vocabulary. A variety of literacy focused instructional programs will be reviewed (surve... More
y will be sent out to participants in advance to determine programs of interest). Participants will identify strategies to incorporate into their literacy instruction. Participants will become familiar with literacy focused instructional programs to help them make well informed decisions when trying out new programs with students in hybrid, remote, or in-person instructional settings.. The material is appropriate for Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Intervention Specialists,and SLPs teaching literacy skills to students with Developmental Delays, Intellectual Disabilities, Autism and Multiple Disabilities. Satisfactory Completion:Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual March 2021   Mar 18, 2021

2020-2021 Understanding and Responding to Student Behavior
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57901
Description
Participants will be introduced to the foundations of understanding and responding to student behavior. Through this course, participants will learn proactive behavior support strategies and discover low-tech and iPad app behavioral interventions. Participants will then apply strategies to student specific cases via a collaborative group problem solving model in order to decrease student behavior. Participants will learn foundations of understanding student behavior, and apply proactive strategi... More
es to decrease problem behavior in remote, hubrid, and in-person instructional settings. This course is appropriate for classroom staff members (teachers, teaching assistants, related service staff, etc.) who support students kindergarten through transition with complex learning, communication, and/or social emotional needs that require more intensive intervention. The material is appropriate for kindergarten through transition levels. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (3 of 3 total)
Section 1
October 2020   Oct 19, 2020
Section 2
January 2021   Jan 11, 2021
Section 3
March 2021   Mar 10, 2021

2020-2021 Strategies for Using Classroom Based AAC Tools and Resources Across Environments
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57902
Description
Does your classroom have a variety of AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) tools collecting dust because you aren't quite sure how to use them with the students in your class? Do you want to establish a base of AAC tools to support the communication needs of ALL students in your classroom? OR do you have a device (or devices) that were sent home with your child that you aren't quite sure how to use them to increase communication at home? Then join us for this demonstration ... More
session. We will discuss the difference between classroom-based and dedicated AAC tools, and review a variety of these AAC tools you may find in your classroom or may have been sent home with your child. Throughout the session participants will be guided by the AAC coaches in demonstrations on how to use these tools as well as creating supports to enhance the use of these tools in your classroom or home. Creation of low-tech/no-tech communication supports will also be discussed and demonstrated. Finally, strategies to facilitate use of these AAC tools across the day for students will also be reviewed. Participants should have access to laptops with Boardmaker software/Boardmaker Online account information, if available to them. At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: State the difference between classroom-based AAC tools/devices and student specific/dedicated AAC tools/devices. Be able to identify at least 2 ways in which to use the demonstrated AAC tools. State 3 different strategies to facilitate use of classroom based AAC tools/devices. Be able to demonstrate the ability to program a variety of AAC tools and create their own materials to support use. This session is geared towards Assistive Technology Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Occupational/Physical Therapists, or anyone else looking to increase their knowledge of how to incorporate communication supports throughout the school day for students with complex communication needs. This session is geared towards Assistive Technology Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Occupational/Physical Therapists, or anyone else looking to increase their knowledge of how to incorporate communication supports throughout the school day for students with complex communication needs. Satisfactory Completion: Virtual course attendance is based on your electronic signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual October 2020   Oct 26, 2020

2020-2021 Supporting Reading Tasks in Chrome
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57903
Description
Can Chrome/Chromebooks provide support for students in completing reading tasks? Yes! During this three part interactive webinar series, participants will learn about and have the opportunity to explore Chrome extensions, add-ons and web resources that support some typical classroom setting demands for general education students and those with mild disabilities. We will discuss how to incorporate these technologies into the classroom and how to assess their effectiveness. In the first session, ... More
we will look at a decision making process to help participants select appropriate tools. We will focus on tools to support students who need to read content that is above their independent reading level. In the second session the focus will be on supporting vocabulary and concept understanding and options for providing students with pertinent content background information. During the last session we will dig into options for locating and creating accessible educational materials. Resources will also be provided to help participants continue in their Chrome journey. NOTE: This is not an introductory Chrome workshop. Participants are expected to be familiar with the basics of the Chrome Browser/Chromebook (settings, how to install extensions, etc.) Participants will be provided with a list of Chrome extensions to install onto their laptop or Chromebook PRIOR to the start of each session. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Understand and apply a technology decision making process to guide selection of appropriate tools to support student learning. Identify tools to support: access to reading materials above a student’s independent reading level, understanding of unfamiliar vocabulary. The development of key vocabulary/concepts/pertinent content background knowledge. Identify resources for obtaining digital versions of novels and textbooks and Identify tools to readable versions of scanned or photocopied materials. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
6.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
6.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual Session October 2020   Oct 7, 2020

2020-2021 Enhancing LiterAACy Instruction for Students with Complex Communication Needs
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57904
Description
Research has shown that the majority of individuals who have complex communication needs (CCN), many who may require AAC, do not have functional literacy skills. Furthermore, most of these individuals have not had the opportunity to participate in appropriate evidence-based literacy instruction as part of their educational programming (The Pennsylvania State University, 2006). Therefore, it is vital for professionals who work with those who have CCN to ensure that they are engaging in robust lit... More
eracy instruction. This training will provide participants with an overview of the key components of balanced literacy instruction as well as review best practices in literacy instruction for individuals with CCN. Participants will be introduced to resources and strategies to assist with planning for literacy instruction for their students. There will be time for exploration of resources, including creating materials for students, as well as time to practice suggested intervention strategies. Learning Objectives/Outcomes: At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: Define literacy and understand why literacy instruction is crucial for individuals with complex communication needs (CCN). Identify the main components of balanced literacy instruction. Identify at least three best practices of literacy instruction for individuals with CCN. Identify a resource, tool, or strategy that can be used to engage students. This course is intended for individuals who plan for and work with students with Complex Communication Needs, ranging from early childhood through transition age. This includes assistive technology professionals, speech-language pathologists, teachers, instructional coaches, administrators, teaching assistants, occupational therapists, physical therapists and parents. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
February 2021   Feb 1, 2021

2020-2021 Get Your Google Drive and Gmail Organized. Yes, You Can!
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57905
Description
Have you been promising yourself that you are going to take the time to organize your Google Drive files and folders? How is that going for you? Is your Gmail out of control? Are you having a difficult time locating the email messages you need to find? Have you been promising yourself that you will get your Gmail organized? Here is your opportunity to keep your promises. This webinar will share strategies and tips for safely organizing your Google Drive and Gmail. Learn about handling shared Dri... More
ve files and folders, organizational tips such as using color coding and stars to quickly identify and locate needed files and more. Gmail tips include the use of setting options, color coding, stars and labels. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Adjust Gmail Inbox settings, Create starred messages in Gmail, Use Gmail labels. Identify options for reducing the # of Gmail messages received. Understand what you should/should not do with shared files/folders in Google Drive. Identify options for efficient access to Google Drive files/folders. <p> Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00.All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (4 of 4 total)
Section 7
Virtual November 2020   Nov 5, 2020
Section 3
March 2021 AM Session   Mar 3, 2021
Section 5
May 2021 AM Session   May 13, 2021
1 additional section meets after those listed above.

2020-2021 How You Can be an MVP (Most Valuable Partner) - The Importance of Communication Partners
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57906
Description
Within the first 12 to 18 months of a child’s life, he or she is bombarded with speech and language from their communication partners (e.g., parents, siblings, caregivers). It has been reported that by the time a typically developing child reaches 18 months of age, they have been exposed to 4,380 hours of oral language at the rate of 8 hours/day. Unfortunately, a child who uses augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) does not have the same experience and receives limited examples of h... More
ow to communicate using their specific methods (e.g., voice output device, communication board/book, etc). In fact, if a child using a communication device only receives models of how to use their tool to communicate during twice weekly, 20-30 minute isolated speech therapy sessions, it would take the student 84 YEARS to experience the same level of input their typically developing peer receives within the first 18 months of their life (Jane Korsten, 2011 QIAT Listserv 4th April)! Therefore, communication partners of students with Complex Communication Needs (CCN) who use AAC have a critical role in successful device implementation. During this training, we will discuss common barriers communication partners face when working with students who use AAC. We will also identify strategies to overcome these barriers and discuss how to use and implement communication supports throughout the day to have a positive impact on student device use and language learning across environments, including school and home. At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: State reasons why communication partners are vital for successful device use. State possible barriers that would interfere with a communication partner’s ability to successfully implement a device. Identify at least 5 strategies to improve a student’s use of their device. Identify at least 3 strategies you can use with your student to improve their device use. This session is geared toward teachers, teaching assistants, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, parents and anyone else who works with students with complex communication needs. Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual November 2020   Nov 6, 2020

2020-2021 Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57907
Description
The Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) System is a program designed for supplementary literacy intervention in small groups in order to help struggling readers. LLI supports learning in both reading and writing, and helps students expand their knowledge of language and words and how they work. The workshop will review the components of LLI and prepare participants to lead instruction using the program materials. By the end of this session, participants will be able to say:... More
I can identify the goals of LLI. I can identify the components of even and odd lessons. I can prepare materials for my lessons. I can track my students’ progress using reading behaviors and monitoring forms. I can use assessment information to make instructional decisions such as when to move up levels. The course is geared toward teachers, teaching assistants, and any other school staff member that is implementing the LLI System in hybrid, remote, or in-person instructional settings. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual November 2020   Nov 12, 2020

2020-2021 Taking the Next Step with Complex Communicators: Strategies for Implementing Communication Supports Throughout the Day
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57909
Description
Do you have a student or child who has received a brand new AAC device and you are not sure how he/she is going to use the system throughout the day at home or school? Does your student or child have a device that he/she doesn’t use as much as they could? Or maybe you have a student who benefits from classroom-based communication supports for specific activities, but you're looking for more? Supporting individuals using AAC can be an overwhelming task, but with careful consideration and p... More
lanning, implementation of communication supports doesn’t have to be so daunting. This workshop will review the primary goals of AAC and will provide participants with the helpful tools and strategies to successfully integrate AAC throughout the day. By the end of this session, participants will be able to: State at least three considerations that encourage effective communication for individuals with Complex Communication Needs (CCN). Describe the steps of the Dynamic Problem Solving Process. Identify a communication implementation plan that may work for the individual with CCN whom they support. Describe at least two communication partner strategies that may be included in an implementation plan. This session is geared towards Assistive Technology Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Parents, Occupational/Physical Therapists, or anyone else who works with students who benefit from communication supports or have complex communication needs. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual December 2020   Dec 7, 2020

2020-2021 Creating Supportive Learning Activities and Formative Assessments with Google Forms (Advanced)
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57910
Description
Google Forms can be used for more than taking surveys or collecting data on individual student IEP goals. With so many students in remote or hybrid learning right now, ramping up the use of Google Forms to create engaging, online activities can provide another option for your lesson planning. In this webinar participants will learn how to take advantage of the advanced features in Google Forms (including embedding images/videos and conditional branching) to create supportive learning activities ... More
and formative assessments. We will look at ways to customize Google Sheets to view, organize and display data results to support instructional planning. Finally, we will explore some Add-ons to enhance your work with Google Forms and Response Sheets. By the end of this session, participants will be able to: State at least three considerations that encourage effective communication for individuals with Complex Communication Needs (CCN). Describe the steps of the Dynamic Problem Solving Process. Identify a communication implementation plan that may work for the individual with CCN whom they support. Describe at least two communication partner strategies that may be included in an implementation plan. This session is geared towards Assistive Technology Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Parents, Occupational/Physical Therapists, or anyone else who works with students who benefit from communication supports or have complex communication needs. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual December 2020   Dec 8, 2020

2020-2021 Connecting Math Concepts/ Distar Math
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57911
Description
The presenter will review the structure of the Connecting Math Concepts (CMC) and Distar programs. CMC and Distar are both Direct Instruction programs that teach fundamental skills and concepts of math. CMC is appropriate for students in grades K-8, and is particularly effective with students needing review of fundamental math skills. The Distar program is typically used for students in grades K-1 and progresses at a slower pace than CMC. Both programs provide scripted teacher lesson plans, ongo... More
ing assessment and progress monitoring. Time will be provided for lesson practice. Participants will learn to choose the appropriate program for students, assess students, instruct with CMC and Distar, and progress monitor students. The material is appropriate for Special Education Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Intervention Specialists, and other professionals interested in implementing CMC or Distar in hybrid, remote, or in-person instructional settings. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual December 2020   Dec 9, 2020

2020-2021 Framing Meaningful Conversations Around Autism Eligibility
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57912
Description
Participants will be provided a rationale for using the autism eligibility framework as well as an in-depth understanding of the steps in the process and how they benefit parents, teams, and students. Participants will increase their familiarity of various assessment tools used to gather information to guide meaningful conversations around student needs. Lastly, participants will learn how to organize and effectively communicate assessment results with parents and fellow team members to continue... More
framing meaningful conversations around student supports. The purpose of this training is to support school teams to engage in a collaborative and respectful process for understanding and evaluating students for special education services within an autism eligibility framework. The following objectives will be met: Know, understand, and consider the rationale for establishing and using the NSSED Autism Eligibility Framework. Understand and explore the collaborative process utilized to gather, integrate and share student evidence used to determine eligibility and identify student supports. Explore and consider a variety of assessment tools to assist your team’s understanding of student strengths and developmental differences that impact their educational experience. This training is appropriate for educators that participate in the evaluation process for determining eligibility for special education services in the school setting. This may include psychologists, social workers, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and special education teachers. This training will address all grade levels (pre-k through highschool). Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
2.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
2.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
2.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
2.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
Virtual December 2020   Dec 10, 2020

2020-2021 Supporting Writing Tasks in Chrome
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57913
Description
Can Chrome/Chromebooks provide support for students in completing writing tasks? Participants will have the opportunity to download and explore Chrome extensions, add-ons and web resources that support some typical classroom setting demands for general education students and those with mild disabilities. We will dig into the topic of speech recognition. We will look at a decision making process to help participants select appropriate tools and discuss how to incorporate these technologies into t... More
he classroom and how to assess their effectiveness. Resources will also be provided to help participants continue in their Chrome journey. NOTE: This is NOT an introductory Chrome workshop. Participants should be familiar with the Chrome Browser/Chromebook, including basic/advanced settings and how to download and access apps, extensions and add-ons. Laptop users should have already signed in (set up an account) to the Chrome Browser. This is a separate process from signing in to your Google account. Participants should bring a laptop computer (Mac or PC) or a Chromebook and power cord (if needed) with access to their Google Drive account. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Understand and apply a technology decision making process to guide selection of appropriate tools to support student learning. Identify tools to support each of the writing process tasks of researching, planning, drafting and revising/editing. Identify tools to support annotating and note taking tasks. Understand when and how to support exploration/instruction of speech recognition. The material in this session is geared toward General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Related Services Staff, Technology Coaches or Instructional Coaches who are working with or supporting students who are completing writing tasks using either a Chromebook or a laptop computer and the Google Chrome Browser. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
6.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
6.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
6.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
6.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
December 2020   Dec 16, 2020

2020-2021 Implementing UDL: Lesson Planning using the UDL Instructional Planning Process
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57914
Description
Students in our classrooms have become more and more diverse. They bring a wide variety of learning needs, interests and preferences. We no longer have (if we ever did have) an “average learner” that we can organize instruction around. The promise of a classroom that incorporates the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is to support the learning of all students by providing flexibility in the ways information is presented, knowledge is demonstrated and students are engaged. Thi... More
s session will discuss the need for and importance of UDL. We will explore the three principles of UDL and the UDL framework. Participants will learn how to use a backwards design process that incorporates the critical elements of UDL to improve instructional planning. We will explore a variety of (primarily free) tools and resources that can be made available to ALL students to help them become expert learners - purposeful, motivated, resourceful, knowledgeable, strategic and goal oriented - with a focus on offering options for students to demonstrate their understanding. Participants are asked to bring some lesson plans with them, as time will be provided to apply the UDL instructional planning process and tool/resource options to their own materials. Resources will be provided to help continue their UDL journey. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Describe the 3 principles of UDL. Identify the components of the UDL instructional planning process. Apply the UDL instructional planning process to create/modify a lesson to support student growth in your classroom. Thoughtfully Incorporate multiple options for action/expression into the lesson. The material in this session is geared toward General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Technology Coaches and Instructional Coaches with a focus on UDL instructional planning in K-12 inclusive classrooms. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
5.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
5.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
January 2021   Jan 7, 2021

2020-2021 Behavior Intervention Series: Building your toolbox for the classroom
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57915
Description
This two-day training provides participants with a systematic approach to understand behavior and explore classroom-based interventions for students exhibiting mild to moderate misbehaviors. Facilitators will introduce selected Tier 1 interventions from the book Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher (Sprick et al, 2020). Presenters will also introduce the Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management and how to use a variety of interventions through an efficient prob... More
lem-solving meeting process. Facilitators will provide numerous examples and modeling of critical skills and interventions. Participants will have opportunities to collaborate with each other in order to practice skills. In addition, time will be given for each participant to reflect and plan for implementation of the interventions within their own settings. Learning Objectives: Day 1: Identify and implement selected classroom-based behavior interventions for mild to moderate misbehavior from the book, Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher. Consider implementation of the interventions with their student(s). Day 2: Increase understanding about functions of student chronic misbehavior. Learn to develop a brief intervention plan that addresses function and manipulates STOIC variables. Explore and practice using the Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management. Practice the 25-Minute Meeting Plan for teams in order to engage in efficient problem solving. The training content is meant for all pre-k through high school educators (general education teachers, special education teachers, support staff, and administrators). Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $300.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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12.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
12.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
12.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
12.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
12.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
January & February 2021   Jan 12, 2021

2020-2021 Attainment Company Programs
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57916
Description
Attainment Programs are research based programs suited for students with significant learning needs. The programs being presented (ELSB, ERSB, Pathways, Math Skills Builder, Early Numeracy, Explore Budgeting, and Teaching to Standards) are programs designed for students starting at the earliest stages of development. John Sajdak, International Training and Accounts Manager for Attainment Company, will provide an overview of the programs and the instructional strategies used in these programs alo... More
ng with sharing how to track and assess students in these programs. If you are already using or are planning on using one/any of these programs, this is a good session for you. Participants will learn how to integrate research and theory based Attainment Company programs (purchased by their district) for students with significant learning needs. Participants will have improved outcomes in relation to implementation of the outlined Attainment Company programs (purchased by their district). The material is geared toward anyone using Attainment Company programs, at any grade band. This may include teachers, teaching assistants, or any school staff implementing Attainment Company programs. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information:</b> Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $150.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
5.50 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
5.50 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
5.50 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
5.50 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
January 2021   Jan 14, 2021

2020-2021 Language for Learning, Thinking, & Writing
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57917
Description
Participants will engage in learning about Direct Instruction program design, components of each program, and mock lessons. Language for Learning provides young learners with the knowledge and understanding of language they need to achieve proficiency and reading comprehension. This SRA oral language program teaches children the words, concepts, and statements important to both oral and written language, and helps enable them to extend this knowledge to other areas of their development. Language... More
for Thinking builds upon the concepts, vocabulary, and statement patterns introduced in Language for Learning. Carefully organized sequences of activities, exceptional vocabulary development, extensive practice, sequencing and retelling exercises, and inference activities set the stage for reading comprehension and the grammatical analysis of written language. Use Language for Writing to lead your students towards independence as writers. This revision and expansion of Distar Language III teaches not only writing skills, but also the vocabulary, sentence, and organizational skills that underpin good writing. Ongoing exercises support the development of specific writing skills by showing students how to write narratives, use specific words, make precise comparisons, summarize and retell, and proofread for punctuation, grammar, and usage. Participants will: Know the essential features of a Direct Instruction program. Understand the purpose and rationale for "Language for" Programs which includes: scope and sequence of essential skills taught, Direct Instruction teaching strategies and materials, and how to place students and monitor progress within the program. Practice, role play, and apply feedback regarding effective presentation of the programs. This session is intended for classroom staff who facilitate Language for Learning, Thinking, and/or Writing with students. Staff may include teachers, teaching assistants, and related service staff. Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. All virtual courses will be held via Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar. Once registered, an email will be sent a week before the session with the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Meeting/ Webinar. If attending a virtual course, attendance is based on your virtual signature in and out of the session. You will be asked to type your full name into the chat feature on Zoom when you enter the meeting and again type your full name before you leave the meeting. Failure to provide a virtual signature in and out may result in partial or no credit. Live Zoom Webinars will track your attendance automatically. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an electronic evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. Individual courses may specify additional requirements for satisfactory completion, please check the course description for additional requirements. Cost Information: Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
January 2021   Jan 27, 2021

2020-2021 Technology Options to Support Reading Strategy Instruction Across Subject Areas
Offered By : Northern Suburban Special Education District

Course ID : 57918
Description
Are you a math teacher, a social studies teacher or a science teacher? Are you a teacher of one of many content areas at the middle or high school level? Do you support content area teachers? Are your students expected to read text based materials - articles, texts, websites, etc. in your class? Reading instruction is not just for the ELA classrooms. Helping students become strategic readers is the responsibility of all teachers in every subject at every grade level. This session will explore ev... More
idence based instructional pre, during and post reading strategies to support student understanding for general education students and those with mild disabilities. Technology options that can be used with these strategies will be explored for iPads, Chromebooks and laptop computers using the Google Chrome Browser. Participants will be provided with resources to help them implement these strategies with students. Participants should bring a laptop computer (Mac or PC) or a Chromebook and power cord (if needed) with access to their Google Drive account. Participants should also bring an iPad that has the latest operating system installed, a charger for the iPad (if needed) if they are working with or supporting students using an iPad. At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Recognize the importance of providing explicit instruction in reading strategies across content areas. Identify 2 reading strategies to implement/further implement or support. Identify 1-2 tool options to utilize with students during the use of these strategies. The material in this session is geared toward General Education Teachers, Special Education The material in this session is geared toward General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Technology Coaches and Instructional Coaches who teach content area classes at the late elementary, middle school or high school level. \
<p></p>Satisfactory Completion: Credit for attending a course is based on your signature on the sign in sheet as well as sign out sheet. Participants are expected to attend the entire session to earn credit. Partial attendance may result in partial or no PD credit. All participants must complete an evaluation of the class within two weeks of the session or final session to be sent a certificate. <br><b>Cost Information:</b> Workshop fees are waived for NSSED employees, Member District* employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, this course participation fee is $75.00. All Registration or material fees will be billed directly to the school district that employs the participant after the session is complete or the first session in a series is complete. Individuals are asked to not bring payment to the session. <br>Cancellations: There is no cancellation fee, though we ask for advanced notice to open the spot for another person. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. <br>Refunds: NSSED does not charge prior to the start of the course. If an individual attends the first day of a learning series but is unable to attend the remaining sessions, the school district that employs the participant is able to designate an alternate person. It is up the individual no longer attending the program to give their replacement the information learned in the first session. *Member Districts include: <ul>Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225. </ul><br>Have a question? Check out the Professional Learning FAQs or contact professionallearning@nssed.org.
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Credits Available
3.00 Occupational Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Physical Therapy CEU IDFPRs
3.00 SLP/ Audiology CEU IDFPRs
3.00 Registered Social Worker CEU IDFPRs
3.00 ISBE (PEL) ELISs
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 1 total)
Section 1
January 2021   Jan 28, 2021

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