Professional Development - Registration

FDLRS/FIN Crown Local Professional Development Registration Site

Serving: Clay , Duval and Nassau School Districts


LessonPix 8:30 - 3:30    May 24 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Matthew Take
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet, or even a smartphone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will create a variety of visuals to be used with students.

Learn how to navigate this online tool to:

• Create numerous custom visual supports

• Browse the library that contains over 40,000 pictures.

• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.

• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.

This course is a pre-requisite for Adapt-A-Book and Creating Visual Supports hands-on workshops.

Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)

1. Complete all follow-up activities
2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: ESE Teachers, SLPs, OTs and Pre-K Teachers
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
Survivor Sensory Island -8:30am to 3:30pm   May 25 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
Learn about student sensory integration difficulties while competing in a variety of sensory based challenges with your tribe.

Based on Lauren H. Kerstein's My Sensory Book: Working Together to Explore Sensory Issues and the Big Feelings They Can Cause: A Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children. It is designed to be a tool to help parents, professionals and children
themselves understand the sensory systems.

The training focuses on the child as a whole person as we explore sensory issues, sensory modulation, emotional modulation, and the relationship between the sensory and emotional systems.
Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)

1. Complete all follow-up activities

2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: ESE/General Education Teachers
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
The Amazing Race to Discipline in the Secondary Classroom - 8:30am to 3:30pm   May 27 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Phyllis Barrington
This course will cover everything from creating a vision for classroom behavior to modifying a student behavior plan as the school year progresses. You will be introduced to key concepts about managing student behavior. How to prepare routines and procedures and plan to teach students how to be successful in all areas.

This course will provide ways how to respond consistently to student misbehavior and to enhance the student's desire to succeed.

Teachers will learn how to offer meaningful, age-appropriate positive feedback and build positive relationships without losing any level of authority.
Audience: Secondary Teachers
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
Rewards Secondary Teachers Am Session 9am to 11 am    June 02 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up is required to receive points.
Audience: ESE teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street
Rewards Intermediate Teachers PM Session 1 pm to 3 pm   June 02 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up required to receive points.
Audience: ESE Teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street
Rewards Intermediate Teachers PM Session 1 pm to 3 pm   June 07 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up is required to receive points.
Audience: ESE teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street
Rewards Intermediate Teachers AM Session 9 am to 11 am   June 07 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up is required to receive points.
Audience: ESE teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street
Disability Awareness    June 08 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
Learn about disability awareness and working with students in the classroom.
Audience: All teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street
S.T.O.I.C. 8:30 -3:30    June 09 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Teachers can influence a student’s behavior by applying the five basic variables identified by years of research as crucial in promoting responsible student behavior. The acronym STOIC summarizes these five variables. Structure/organize all school and classroom settings for success by identifying what the student needs to do. Teach the student how to behave responsibly in all major school and classroom settings. Observe the student’s behavior (supervise). Interact positively with the student by building and maintaining a positive relationship and Correct the student’s inappropriate behaviors fluently (briefly, calmly, consistently, immediately and respectfully).

Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)
1. Complete all follow-up activities
2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: All Educators
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
ESE 101 : A three ring circus - pm session 8:30 - 11:30 virtual    June 16 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
ESE 101: A Three Ring Circus focuses on three major components of special education: law, characteristics of learners, and evidenced-based practices. This training is intended for all teachers and paras working with students in self-contained or inclusion settings who want to learn more about the basics of ESE. Prepare to have carnival-like fun as you learn more about your students and how to serve them! Must complete follow up to receive points.
Audience: all teachers
Place: Virtual
Demystifying Data 8:30am-3:30pm   June 16 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS and FIN: Leila Jenkins, Rebekah Wallis, and Matt Take
Data is NOT a four-letter word! This work shop aims to take the stress out of data collection and help teachers create their own toolkit.

In this training teachers will discover how to:
-design a creative data collection process tailored to their needs.
-manage time and paperwork while collecting data.
-select appropriate methods for tracking progress.
-make data-driven decisions that support student achievement.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: John Love Training Room
Phonological Awareness 8:30 - 3:30    June 21 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Transform struggling readers into successful readers with this field-tested, evidence-based phonological awareness program. This supplemental Tier 2 curriculum is the ideal way to deliver systematic, intensive phonological awareness instruction to students in Grades K–2, whether they have language impairments or just need extra help with literacy skills. This proven program helps you sharpen struggling students’ phonological awareness skills through focused, small-group lessons that take just 30 minutes each. It walks you through every step, with explicit guidance, suggested scripts, teaching strategies, and tips on what to do when a student is still struggling with a skill. A must-have for teachers of young children and reading specialists.

· align instruction with the Standards

· deliver high-quality RTI Tier 2 instruction

· improve four critical phonological awareness skills: rhyming, initial sounds, final sounds, and complete segmentation

· scaffold lessons and adapt the pace of instruction

· get results without significant time investment—just 30 minutes, three times a week

· enhance any existing curriculum

PRACTICAL MATERIALS: 100+ pages of downloadable classroom content! Game boards, word lists, implementation checklists, and more than 20 sets of colorful picture cards help students learn and retain phonological awareness skills in a fun and engaging way.

Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)

1. Complete all follow-up activities

2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: All Kindergarten to 2nd-grade teachers
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
Collaborative Planning and Teaching for Inclusive Educational Partnerships 8:30-3:30   June 22 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FIN: Leila Jenkins and Rebekah Wallis
In this training, teachers will explore effective collaborative planning and teaching strategies.
Participants will learn how to:
1. Maximize their planning time
2. Prioritize instructional models based on student needs
3. Improve communication
4. Maintain positive working relationships with their collaborative partners
5. Determine and document responsibilities for all members of the classroom.

Teachers are encouraged to attend with their collaborative counterparts (VE/ESE & Gen. Ed. partners).
Participants will receive an accompanying book to support the material in the training.
Audience: Teachers working in collaborative partnerships in inclusive educational settings Teachers are encouraged to attend with their collaborative counterparts (VE/ESE & Gen. Ed. partners).
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street (8:30am-3:30pm)
Differentiated Assessment and Feedback for Inclusive Classrooms 8:30-3:30   June 23 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FIN: Leila Jenkins and Rebekah Wallis
This workshop explores ways to support teachers as they move toward successful assessment practices in a differentiated classroom. Participants will:
-examine their current feedback and assessment practices,
-learn evidence-based methods for implementing standards-based responses to student work,
-and discuss how to manage and assess student progress for the diverse population of learners in their classrooms.

Participants will receive Rich Wormeli's book, Fair Isn't Always Equal.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room - 1531 Winthrop Street (8:30am-3:30pm)
Phonological Awareness    June 24 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Transform struggling readers into successful readers with this field-tested, evidence-based phonological awareness program. This supplemental Tier 2 curriculum is the ideal way to deliver systematic, intensive phonological awareness instruction to students in Grades K–2, whether they have language impairments or just need extra help with literacy skills. This proven program helps you sharpen struggling students’ phonological awareness skills through focused, small-group lessons that take just 30 minutes each. It walks you through every step, with explicit guidance, suggested scripts, teaching strategies, and tips on what to do when a student is still struggling with a skill. A must-have for teachers of young children and reading specialists.
Audience: Pre-k through 2 teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room at John Love
Reading Strategies Virtual 8:30 - 11:30    June 28 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Call
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the individual reading needs of each student. From fluency to literary analysis, each strategy is cross-linked to skills, genres, and reading levels to provide teachers with “just-right” teaching. You will need to complete the required follow-up activity to receive points.
Audience: All reading teachers and ESE support teachers
Place: Virtual
Writing Strategies Virtual 12:30 - 3:30    June 28 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Call
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo and grouped under 10 critical writing goals, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the individual writing needs of each student. You will need to complete the required follow-up activity to receive points.
Audience: All Teachers and ESE Support teachers who teaching writing
Place: Virtual
Tools for Success Parent Conference - Virtual Event    June 29 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Staff
Join us for the 27 Annual Tools for Success Family Conference on Wednesday, June 29 from 8:30 to 12:30. Please see event flyer for more details.
Audience: All Parents and Teachers
Place: Virtual
Rewards Secondary June 30 pm session 1pm to 3 pm    June 30 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up is required to receive points.
Audience: Secondary ESE Teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room at John Love
Rewards Secondary June 30 pm session 9am to 11am    June 30 2022
Points: 4
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
ESE Teachers or Reading Teachers who provide Tier 3 support for Students with Disabilities. Follow-up is required to receive points.
Audience: Secondary ESE Teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room at John Love
Down the Rabbit Hole of Executive Functioning - 8:30 to 3:30    July 05 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
"This training will give you strategies to help students who may struggle with cognitive flexibility, self-control, memory, organization/planning, and initiating task/staying focused on tasks.

Complete your Wonderland Passport as you navigate through the complexities of Executive Functioning."
Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)

1. Complete all follow-up activities

2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: ESE/General Education Teachers
Place: FDLRS Crown - 1531 Winthrop St
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations    July 07 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Melissa Call and Phyllis Barrington
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations: Use your newly acquired skills for developing high-quality accommodations in order to escape the "room". Learn how to develop, implement and assess accommodations that help students access the standards and make positive gains. This course is from 8:30 - 3:30.

Course Requirements to receive credit for taking this course (points or certificate of completion)

1. Complete all follow-up activities

2. Upload data into the Student Impact Database

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: All Teachers
Place: FDLRS Training Room-1531 Winthrop Street
LessonPix Virtual Class - 12:30 - 3:30   July 12 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Matthew Take
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet or even a smart phone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will create a variety of visuals to be used with students.

Learn how to navigate this online tool to:

• Create numerous custom visual supports

• Browse the library that contains over 40,000 pictures.

• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.

• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.

This course is a pre-requisite for Adapt-A-Book and Creating Visual Supports hands on workshops.

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: ESE Teachers, SLPs, OTs and Pre-K Teachers
Place: Online Virtual Class
LessonPix Virtual Class - 8:30am to 11:30am    July 12 2022
Points: 6
Presenter: Matthew Take
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet or even a smart phone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will create a variety of visuals to be used with students.

Learn how to navigate this online tool to:

• Create numerous custom visual supports

• Browse the library that contains over 40,000 pictures.

• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.

• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.

This course is a pre-requisite for Adapt-A-Book and Creating Visual Supports hands on workshops.

6 ESE Recertification Points
Audience: ESE Teachers, SLPs, OTs and Pre-K Teachers
Place: Online Virtual Class
2-Day Effective Teaching Strategies for Inclusion July 12 and July 13 from 9am-12pm   July 12 2022
Points: 8
Presenter: FIN: Leila Jenkins and Rebekah Wallis
Tuesday July 12 from 9am-12am
Wednesday July 13 from 9am-12am

Effective Teaching Strategies for Inclusion
This 2-day workshop is based on the twenty-two (22) High Leverage Practices that support students’ learning and are fundamental to effective teaching in inclusive classrooms.
The workshop will guide teacher leaders through creating practical professional development plans for their schools by:
• Learning about the development of the High Leverage Practices
• Plan professional development for teachers on the High Leverage Practices


The training will take place on Zoom from 9 a.m.-12 a.m. each day.

Participants must submit a final assignment to receive ESE points.
Please pick up your copy of High-Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms before July 12th.


Audience: Educators planning to create professional development opportunites.
Place: Virtual
PDA - Introduction to Differentiated Instruction    July 18 2022
Points: 20
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
This course enables educators to develop, increase and demonstrate knowledge about proactively providing a universally designed and differentiated environment in order to maximize student achievement for all students. Emphasis is on the importance of having clarity about the learning targets and proactively adjusting instruction utilizing a data-based decision making process that considers students' readiness for the content, interests, and learning preferences. Content and activities emphasize how to proactively provide important, engaging, and appropriately challenging work via flexible grouping methods and utilizing a variety of instructional strategies and supports. This course is a virtual 20 hour course (July 18 - Sept 16)
Audience: All teachers
Place: Virtual
PDA - Engaging Learners through Informative Assessment   July 18 2022
Points: 20
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
This course was formerly titled Formative Assessment Process for Differentiating Instruction. Participants will learn and apply each step of the formative assessment process to increase student achievement. Participants will develop skills for using data-based decision making to be responsive to each student’s needs. This course is a 20 virtual class that runs from July 18 to Sept 16.
Audience: All teachers
Place: Virtual
PDA - Introduction to Assistive Technology    July 18 2022
Points: 18
Presenter: FDLRS Staff
This course enables educators to develop, increase and demonstrate knowledge about assistive technology devices and services and the process of helping students with disabilities select, obtain, and use assistive technology. Content includes information about the impact of identified areas of disability including vision, auditory, physical, communication, intellectual, and cognitive processing, and how assistive technology devices and services provide support. This is a 20 hour virtual class from July 18 - Sept. 16
Audience: all teachers
Place: Virtual
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