Professional Development - Registration

FDLRS/FIN Crown Local Professional Development Registration Site

Serving: Clay , Duval and Nassau School Districts


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
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
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:
KNOW:
What are high leverage practices?
Why are high leverage practices important?
UNDERSTAND:
What are the high leverage practices for teaching students with disabilities?
How were high leverage practices developed?
Should HLPs be taught with evidence-based practices?
DO:
What materials and resources can I use to teach the high leverage practices to others?
Create a learning opportunity on high leverage practices in inclusive classrooms.


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
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