Calendar



Sep
29
Thu
Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tami Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Integrating Supports for Students with Disabilities
Sep 29 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Audience – Special Ed Administrators, Curriculum Directors, Principals and Central Office Personnel

Presenter – Lynn McKahan, M.S., Director, and Tara Shumaker, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 2 – Contact hours will only be awarded for participation in the live sessions. No contact hours will be issued for watching the sessions recording.

State Support Team 1 will once again be providing a year long learning opportunity to support your district or school team as you collaborate to support students with disabilities and other students who are at risk of failure. Three virtual meetings will address topics that will support the ongoing development of a collaborative team that ensures each student with a disability receives rigorous, evident-based instruction. The other three meetings (face to face and virtual opportunities) will focus on needs of Special Education Administrators as they continue to build their capacity in becoming instructional leaders with oversight of special education services.

In addition to the six meetings, the SST will be hosting a book study beginning in October, using Nathan Levenson’s book, “Six Shifts to Improve Special Education and Other Interventions”. The SST 1  will provide a book for each person who participates in the study. Details of the book study will be discussed at a later date.

All meeting will include:

  • the latest information from the Ohio Department of Education
  • opportunities to problem solve and share ideas and questions
  • deep conversation regarding meeting the needs of special education students

By participating in this network, you will:

  • better support students with disabilities in your district
  • engage in conversations that work to change the misperceptions regarding special education services and the students who receive these services
  • reduce barriers to increasing outcomes for all students who struggle
  • implement instructional and behavioral strategies that have a positive impact on learning for students with disabilities
  • align current ODE initiatives and updates to the work of your school and district
  • This is a closed network. If you are already on our mailing list and have been coming to these meetings in the past you will receive a registration link around 1 week prior to the meeting. Once registered you will get a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link enclosed.
  •  If you would like to be included in the meetings, or if you know of a new administrator in Region 1, please contact Michelle Sworden or call 419.720.8999 to be added to the network.
  • Administrators are required to attend with their team.
The Road to UDL Credentialing and District Action Planning for Leaders
Sep 29 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Audience – General Education Teachers, Teacher Leaders, Administrators, Intervention Specialists, Curriculum Directors

Presenter(s) – Nicole Herbert, M.Ed., SST 1 Consultant and Cheri Smith, M.Ed., SST 6 Consultant

Contact Hours – Participants will have the opportunity to earn up to 20 contact hours.  This professional learning series will require participants to complete some work outside of the scheduled meeting time. Details will be explained at the first session.

Please Note: February 2 and 16, 2023 will run 1:00 – 2:30. The other dates will remain 1:00 – 2:00

This UDL Professional Learning opportunity is designed to provide you and your staff with the foundational knowledge of Universal Design for Learning that will help you earn the Associate Level 1 Credential form Learning Designed – Copyright 2021 CAST & UDL-IRN. There are many misconceptions about UDL that need to be addressed in order to maximize the use of the UDL Framework. This professional learning opportunity and credential indicates that you have the most validated and up to date knowledge of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

If you choose to become UDL Associate Level 1 credentialed , attendance is required for all sessions and you must register and pay the $30 credentialing fee directly to Learning Designed.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Nicole Herbert

Registration questions may be addressed to Lisa Jenkins

Register Here!

Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Sep 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tamie Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Sep
30
Fri
Integrating Supports for Students with Disabilities
Sep 30 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Audience – Special Ed Administrators, Curriculum Directors, Principals and Central Office Personnel

Presenter – Lynn McKahan, M.S., Director, and Tara Shumaker, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 2 – Contact hours will only be awarded for participation in the live sessions. No contact hours will be issued for watching the sessions recording.

State Support Team 1 will once again be providing a year long learning opportunity to support your district or school team as you collaborate to support students with disabilities and other students who are at risk of failure. Three virtual meetings will address topics that will support the ongoing development of a collaborative team that ensures each student with a disability receives rigorous, evident-based instruction. The other three meetings (face to face and virtual opportunities) will focus on needs of Special Education Administrators as they continue to build their capacity in becoming instructional leaders with oversight of special education services.

In addition to the six meetings, the SST will be hosting a book study beginning in October, using Nathan Levenson’s book, “Six Shifts to Improve Special Education and Other Interventions”. The SST 1  will provide a book for each person who participates in the study. Details of the book study will be discussed at a later date.

All meeting will include:

  • the latest information from the Ohio Department of Education
  • opportunities to problem solve and share ideas and questions
  • deep conversation regarding meeting the needs of special education students

By participating in this network, you will:

  • better support students with disabilities in your district
  • engage in conversations that work to change the misperceptions regarding special education services and the students who receive these services
  • reduce barriers to increasing outcomes for all students who struggle
  • implement instructional and behavioral strategies that have a positive impact on learning for students with disabilities
  • align current ODE initiatives and updates to the work of your school and district
  • This is a closed network. If you are already on our mailing list and have been coming to these meetings in the past you will receive a registration link around 1 week prior to the meeting. Once registered you will get a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link enclosed.
  •  If you would like to be included in the meetings, or if you know of a new administrator in Region 1, please contact Michelle Sworden or call 419.720.8999 to be added to the network.
  • Administrators are required to attend with their team.
Oct
4
Tue
Digging Into Data Series: Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data
Oct 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Teams

Presenter(s) Angela Osborne, M.Ed., and Marty Schloegl M.Ed. – SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 3 per session

In this four part series, participants will dig into various sources of data to support district and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will explore data available to all schools and how that data can be used to identify critical needs and make decisions that will have a positive impact on student achievement.  It is strongly suggested that participants register for all four sessions in this series, however, it is not mandatory. Topics include:

Understanding the New Report Card – Starting with the 2021-22 school yea, Ohio’s school accountability system will include numerous changes to the report cards for schools and districts. The State Support Team will walk participants through the report card changes, what data is included in each component, and the calculations used to determine each component’s rating.

Exploring Advanced Reports – This session will expose participants to the Ohio Department of Education’s Report Portal, which allows users to take a deeper look at ODE’s data. Participants will explore the public data reports to find data for various topics including: discipline, enrollment, financial, graduation, student attendance, test results, value added, college and career readiness, improving at-risk K3 readers, teacher and staff, early learning, and similar districts.

Interpreting and Applying  Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS)Data – EVAAS data is more than a color. In this session, participants will learn ow to interpret and apply EVAAS data from all levels (District, School, Teacher, Student) to inform school decision-making practices that improve instruction and student achievement. Participants will practice having consistent conversations around EVAAS data and will create a plan for using EVAAS data in their schools.

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – Participants in this session will lean how to use student and teacher data to set up teachers for success and create building schedules that are most effective for student learning.

Understanding the New Report Card Virtual Sessions – Register Here!

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – October 4, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – November 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – February 23, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Putnam County Education Service Center – Register Here!

Exploring Advanced Reports – October 13, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 10, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00)

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – January 12, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – December 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 26, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – March 2, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

For questions on the content of this series contact Angela Osborne or Marty Schloegl. Registration questions can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins at esclew_lj@sstr1.org

Digging Into Data Series: Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data
Oct 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Teams

Presenter(s) Angela Osborne, M.Ed., and Marty Schloegl M.Ed. – SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 3 per session

In this four part series, participants will dig into various sources of data to support district and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will explore data available to all schools and how that data can be used to identify critical needs and make decisions that will have a positive impact on student achievement.  It is strongly suggested that participants register for all four sessions in this series, however, it is not mandatory. Topics include:

Understanding the New Report Card – Starting with the 2021-22 school yea, Ohio’s school accountability system will include numerous changes to the report cards for schools and districts. The State Support Team will walk participants through the report card changes, what data is included in each component, and the calculations used to determine each component’s rating.

Exploring Advanced Reports – This session will expose participants to the Ohio Department of Education’s Report Portal, which allows users to take a deeper look at ODE’s data. Participants will explore the public data reports to find data for various topics including: discipline, enrollment, financial, graduation, student attendance, test results, value added, college and career readiness, improving at-risk K3 readers, teacher and staff, early learning, and similar districts.

Interpreting and Applying  Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS)Data – EVAAS data is more than a color. In this session, participants will learn ow to interpret and apply EVAAS data from all levels (District, School, Teacher, Student) to inform school decision-making practices that improve instruction and student achievement. Participants will practice having consistent conversations around EVAAS data and will create a plan for using EVAAS data in their schools.

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – Participants in this session will lean how to use student and teacher data to set up teachers for success and create building schedules that are most effective for student learning.

Understanding the New Report Card Virtual Sessions – Register Here!

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – October 4, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – November 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – February 23, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Putnam County Education Service Center – Register Here!

Exploring Advanced Reports – October 13, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 10, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00)

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – January 12, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – December 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 26, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – March 2, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

For questions on the content of this series contact Angela Osborne or Marty Schloegl. Registration questions can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins at esclew_lj@sstr1.org

Oct
6
Thu
Digging Into Data Series
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Teams

Presenter(s) Angela Osborne, M.Ed., and Marty Schloegl M.Ed. – SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 3 per session

In this four part series, participants will dig into various sources of data to support district and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will explore data available to all schools and how that data can be used to identify critical needs and make decisions that will have a positive impact on student achievement.  It is strongly suggested that participants register for all four sessions in this series, however, it is not mandatory. Topics include:

Understanding the New Report Card – Starting with the 2021-22 school yea, Ohio’s school accountability system will include numerous changes to the report cards for schools and districts. The State Support Team will walk participants through the report card changes, what data is included in each component, and the calculations used to determine each component’s rating.

Exploring Advanced Reports – This session will expose participants to the Ohio Department of Education’s Report Portal, which allows users to take a deeper look at ODE’s data. Participants will explore the public data reports to find data for various topics including: discipline, enrollment, financial, graduation, student attendance, test results, value added, college and career readiness, improving at-risk K3 readers, teacher and staff, early learning, and similar districts.

Interpreting and Applying  Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS)Data – EVAAS data is more than a color. In this session, participants will learn ow to interpret and apply EVAAS data from all levels (District, School, Teacher, Student) to inform school decision-making practices that improve instruction and student achievement. Participants will practice having consistent conversations around EVAAS data and will create a plan for using EVAAS data in their schools.

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – Participants in this session will lean how to use student and teacher data to set up teachers for success and create building schedules that are most effective for student learning.

Understanding the New Report Card Virtual Sessions – Register Here!

Tuesday, September 8, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – October 4, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – November 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – February 23, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Putnam County Education Service Center – Register Here!

Exploring Advanced Reports – October 13, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 10, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00)

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – January 12, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – December 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 26, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – March 2, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

For questions on the content of this series contact Angela Osborne or Marty Schloegl. Registration questions can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins at esclew_lj@sstr1.org

Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tami Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Digging Into Data Series
Oct 6 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Teams

Presenter(s) Angela Osborne, M.Ed., and Marty Schloegl M.Ed. – SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 3 per session

In this four part series, participants will dig into various sources of data to support district and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will explore data available to all schools and how that data can be used to identify critical needs and make decisions that will have a positive impact on student achievement.  It is strongly suggested that participants register for all four sessions in this series, however, it is not mandatory. Topics include:

Understanding the New Report Card – Starting with the 2021-22 school yea, Ohio’s school accountability system will include numerous changes to the report cards for schools and districts. The State Support Team will walk participants through the report card changes, what data is included in each component, and the calculations used to determine each component’s rating.

Exploring Advanced Reports – This session will expose participants to the Ohio Department of Education’s Report Portal, which allows users to take a deeper look at ODE’s data. Participants will explore the public data reports to find data for various topics including: discipline, enrollment, financial, graduation, student attendance, test results, value added, college and career readiness, improving at-risk K3 readers, teacher and staff, early learning, and similar districts.

Interpreting and Applying  Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS)Data – EVAAS data is more than a color. In this session, participants will learn ow to interpret and apply EVAAS data from all levels (District, School, Teacher, Student) to inform school decision-making practices that improve instruction and student achievement. Participants will practice having consistent conversations around EVAAS data and will create a plan for using EVAAS data in their schools.

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – Participants in this session will lean how to use student and teacher data to set up teachers for success and create building schedules that are most effective for student learning.

Understanding the New Report Card Virtual Sessions – Register Here!

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – October 4, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – November 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – February 23, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Putnam County Education Service Center – Register Here!

Exploring Advanced Reports – October 13, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 10, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00)

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – January 12, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – December 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 26, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – March 2, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

For questions on the content of this series contact Angela Osborne or Marty Schloegl. Registration questions can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins at esclew_lj@sstr1.org

Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Oct 6 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tamie Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Oct
10
Mon
Nuts and Bolts of MTSS
Oct 10 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Audience – District and school administrators, and teacher leaders who will form MTSS Teams to plan and support MTSS at their school/district

Presenter Cindy Skaff, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 1 per session

MTSS is a comprehensive framework designed to provide targeted supports that meet the academic and social-emotional needs of each child to reduce gaps. To implement MTSS with fidelity, districts and individual schools need a full understanding of an effective MTSS infrastructure, how to use assessments to support MTSS, and how to deliver instruction at all three tiers to set each child up for success.  Participants will receive the book The MTSS Start-Up Guide by Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan and John E Hannigan free of charge.

Registration Deadline is August 26,2022 – This ensures adequate time to receive the book before the first session. Late registrations are not guaranteed a book.

The topics for each virtual session are:

Session 1 – What is MTSS?

  • Defining the purpose, philosophy and components of MTSS
  • Myth busting – Misunderstandings that may be barriers to successful implementation and how to correct them

Session 2 – Prepare for Success

  • The 10 indicators of MTSS implementation
  • Assessing your readiness
  • Determine next steps

Session 3 – Make it Happen

  • Deep dive into some of the 10 indicators of MTSS implementation

Questions on the content of the PD contact Cindy Skaff

Questions on registering can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins

Register Here

 

Oct
12
Wed
Best Practices to Support School Improvement
Oct 12 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Internal Facilitators, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Team (It is strongly recommended to register and attend as a team. Those in the district who are decision makers and influencers are highly encouraged to participate. Individuals may attend with or without an administrator)

Presenter(s) – Angela Osborn, MBA and Nicole Herbert, M.Ed., SST Consultants

Contact hours: Each session is worth 5 contact hours

In this six part series participants will learn best practices to support districts and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will focus on tools and practices to strengthen the current system and provide takeaways that can be easily implemented with BLT and DLT collaborative teams. Topics may include but are not limited to the following:

Session 1: Supporting Implementation through the use of visioning, non-negotiables, implementation science, collaborative teaming, and shared leadership

Session 2: Identifying Critical Needs through the use of cause and effect data, data calendars, and root cause analysis

Session 3: Research and select Evidence Based Strategies through the use of resources from John Hattie and Brandon Dubeck, visible learning, job embedded professional learning during teacher based team meetings

Session 4: Plan for implementation through the use of teacher clarity, prioritizing standards, rigor matrices, Ohio Content Standards Extended with Learning Progressions, Blue Prints, high quality tier 1 instruction and graduation pathways

Session 5: Implement and monitor through the use of developing look-fors, conducting learning walks, gathering data and adult practices

Session 6: Examine, reflect and adjust through the use of effective feedback, and coaching and teaching

For questions on the content of this series contact Angie Osborne or Nicole Herbert

Register Here!

 

Oct
13
Thu
Digging Into Data Series: Exploring Advanced Reports
Oct 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Audience – Curriculum Leaders, Building Principals, Superintendents, Special Education Leaders, Building Leadership Teams

Presenter(s) Angela Osborne, M.Ed., and Marty Schloegl M.Ed. – SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 3 per session

In this four part series, participants will dig into various sources of data to support district and school improvement to increase student outcomes. Each session will explore data available to all schools and how that data can be used to identify critical needs and make decisions that will have a positive impact on student achievement.  It is strongly suggested that participants register for all four sessions in this series, however, it is not mandatory. Topics include:

Understanding the New Report Card – Starting with the 2021-22 school yea, Ohio’s school accountability system will include numerous changes to the report cards for schools and districts. The State Support Team will walk participants through the report card changes, what data is included in each component, and the calculations used to determine each component’s rating.

Exploring Advanced Reports – This session will expose participants to the Ohio Department of Education’s Report Portal, which allows users to take a deeper look at ODE’s data. Participants will explore the public data reports to find data for various topics including: discipline, enrollment, financial, graduation, student attendance, test results, value added, college and career readiness, improving at-risk K3 readers, teacher and staff, early learning, and similar districts.

Interpreting and Applying  Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS)Data – EVAAS data is more than a color. In this session, participants will learn ow to interpret and apply EVAAS data from all levels (District, School, Teacher, Student) to inform school decision-making practices that improve instruction and student achievement. Participants will practice having consistent conversations around EVAAS data and will create a plan for using EVAAS data in their schools.

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – Participants in this session will lean how to use student and teacher data to set up teachers for success and create building schedules that are most effective for student learning.

Understanding the New Report Card Virtual Sessions – Register Here!

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 2022 – (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – October 4, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – November 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – February 23, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00) or (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Putnam County Education Service Center – Register Here!

Exploring Advanced Reports – October 13, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 10, 2023 (9:00 – 12:00)

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – January 12, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Digging Into Data Series at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center – Register Here!

Interpreting and Applying EVAAS Data – December 8, 2022 (9:00 – 12:00)

Maximizing Instructional Capacity – January 26, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

Exploring Advanced Reports – March 2, 2023 (1:00 – 4:00)

For questions on the content of this series contact Angela Osborne or Marty Schloegl. Registration questions can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins at esclew_lj@sstr1.org

PBIS District Training with the District Systems Fidelity Inventory (DSFI)
Oct 13 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

Audience – Districts who are implementing Tier I PBIS in at least 50% of their buildings are invited to bring a district PBIS team to this training.  District teams could consist of district administrators, building administrators, counselors, social workers, and other PBIS team members from each building.

Please note: It is strongly encouraged that the team or some member(s) of the team attend every session.

Presenter- Tami Cruz, M.A., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 1.5 each session

The successful implementation of any initiative in education lies in the creation of a district system of support, and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is no exception. School systems with the greatest momentum in sustaining PBIS frameworks have district level PBIS teams with representatives from each building that meet regularly. These teams discuss simple topics such as branding and garnering community support to more complex issues like funding and policy making.

In the PBIS District Training with the DSFI, the SST offers a flipped model of instruction, where participants will complete learning modules independently and then attend virtual Community of Practice sessions to grow in district knowledge of monitoring and implementing district-wide PBIS frameworks. The sessions will be based on the nine sections of the District Systems Fidelity Inventory (DSFI). Like the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) at the building level, the DSFI enumerates specific steps to move the needle toward systematic district implementation of PBIS frameworks.

After the October 13 introductory meeting, participants will be asked to complete learning modules before each Community of Practice session.  The modules will include short videos, articles, and questions from the DSFI to consider. Morning and afternoon Community of Practice sessions with identical content will be held to best meet scheduling needs. Team members will also be asked to meet at least 3 times outside of the sessions to create an action plan of next steps to address areas of concern.  After attending the series this year, participants will be asked to complete a formal DSFI by May of 2024.

For questions on the content of this series contact Tamie Cruz

Date Topic
October 13, 2022 Introduction and Preparation
November 9, 2022 Leadership Teaming
December 8, 2022 Stakeholder Engagement and Funding & Alignment
January 24, 2023 Policy and Workforce Capacity
February 22, 2023 Training
March 21, 2023 Coaching
May 4, 2023 Evaluation and Local Implementation Demonstrations

 

Registration – Fill out the team registration form and e-mail to Jill Barnhisel or fax to 419-720-8998

Register Here!

LETRS Network
Oct 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – This training is for anyone who has successfully completed LETRS training or LETRS Facilitator training units 1-4 or units 1-8. Participants registering for the Network must provide a scanned copy of their LETRS certificate of completion to Lisa Jenkins or Debbie Nagel before the first session on October 13, 2022.

Presenter – Debbie Nagel M.A., SST Consultant

Contact Hours –  Each session is worth 2 contact hours

The purpose of this virtual network is to collaborate and share with other educators, while fostering a deep understanding specific to reading science. Topics will be content specific to structured literacy, and implementation science and coaching. Expectations will be clarified at each session. Participants are expected to share during each session as it relates to the previous sessions topic and assignments. Pre-work or reading may be assigned for the purpose of enriching discussions and/or developing action steps.

Questions on content of the training should be addressed to Debbie Nagel

Questions on registration can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins

Registration link

PBIS District Training with the District Systems Fidelity Inventory (DSFI)
Oct 13 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Audience – Districts who are implementing Tier I PBIS in at least 50% of their buildings are invited to bring a district PBIS team to this training.  District teams could consist of district administrators, building administrators, counselors, social workers, and other PBIS team members from each building.

Please note: It is strongly encourage that the team or a some member(s) of the team attend every session.

Presenter- Tami Cruz, M.A., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 1.5 each session

The successful implementation of any initiative in education lies in the creation of a district system of support, and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is no exception. School systems with the greatest momentum in sustaining PBIS frameworks have district level PBIS teams with representatives from each building that meet regularly. These teams discuss simple topics such as branding and garnering community support to more complex issues like funding and policy making.

In the PBIS District Training with the DSFI, the SST offers a flipped model of instruction, where participants will complete learning modules independently and then attend virtual Community of Practice sessions to grow in district knowledge of monitoring and implementing district-wide PBIS frameworks. The sessions will be based on the nine sections of the District Systems Fidelity Inventory (DSFI). Like the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) at the building level, the DSFI enumerates specific steps to move the needle toward systematic district implementation of PBIS frameworks.

After the October 13 introductory meeting, participants will be asked to complete learning modules before each Community of Practice session.  The modules will include short videos, articles, and questions from the DSFI to consider. Morning and afternoon Community of Practice sessions with identical content will be held to best meet scheduling needs. Team members will also be asked to meet at least 3 times outside of the sessions to create an action plan of next steps to address areas of concern.  After attending the series this year, participants will be asked to complete a formal DSFI by May of 2024.

For questions on the content of this series contact Tamie Cruz

Date Topic
October 13, 2022 Introduction and Preparation
November 9, 2022 Leadership Teaming
December 8, 2022 Stakeholder Engagement and Funding & Alignment
January 24, 2023 Policy and Workforce Capacity
February 22, 2023 Training
March 21, 2023 Coaching
May 4, 2023 Evaluation and Local Implementation Demonstrations

Registration – Fill out the team registration form and e-mail to Jill Barnhisel or fax to 419-720-8998

Register Here!

Oct
18
Tue
Graduation Power Hour 2022-2023
Oct 18 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Audience – Educators, community partners, parents and/or parent representatives who support transition age youth or help inform graduation policy

Presenter(s) –  Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed. and Lisa Hite, M.Ed., SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 1.5

This series consists of 60 minute “Power Hour” sessions focusing on different aspects of preparing students for graduation, followed by 30 minutes of Q & A and peer-to-peer networking time that will allow participants to share ideas and dive deeper into the content and implementation strategies discussed during the presentation. Participation in all sessions is encouraged as some content will be cumulative.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Aaron Weisbrod or Lisa Hite

Registration – You must register for each session you want to attend individually. Once you register you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link for that session.

Date Topic Registration Link
September 27, 2022 Graduation Requirements and Grad Plans https://forms.gle/7oAesktmbTV9yf938
October 18, 2022 Career Advising Policy and Student Success Plans https://forms.gle/hTZaZd6gDSczRBGY6
November 8, 2022 Working with Business Community and Business Partners https://forms.gle/sRicDchTYeRNE3nZ6
December 13, 2022 Transition Planning with Fidelity https://forms.gle/5EySjoLXGhF4hugc9
January 24, 2023 4Es https://forms.gle/Kb6V4Y3MAf1URoQT7
February 21, 2023 IRCs https://forms.gle/eXRBXGHkXn5tUYuo9
March 21, 2023 OMJ Site https://forms.gle/mopTcLrXfLZ5SXgXA
April 25, 2023 OMJ Seal and other Readiness Seals https://forms.gle/G3FuATczoN3j3wPLA
Preschool Office Hours
Oct 18 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

The purpose of these (optional) preschool office hours is to set aside intentional time to informally network with your peers, as well as collaborate through current hot topics. During these sessions, SST consultants will not have new updates or content to present. This is an opportunity for you to have dedicated time to build connections with one another, share your knowledge/resources, ask questions of one another etc.

Please Note: These sessions are not available for OH approved credit since no actual professional development is occurring.

Registration:  You DO NOT need to pre-register for the office hour sessions. Just use the following Zoom links on the day/time of the call:

October 18, 2022 9:30 – 10:30       

https://zoom.us/j/99419800047?pwd=d09uQW9leWZYbHNqRXpMVmw0NStaQT09

(link to join)

December 13, 2022 9:30 – 10:30     

 https://zoom.us/j/92923184933?pwd=Tk9LaEtqSDZDV3p6U09UYlhmMzIxZz09

(link to join)

February 21, 2023 9:30 – 10:30   

https://zoom.us/j/99396155131?pwd=M0NRc2F3TGNoc0dMWjlQd2VJYnJYdz09                                     

(link to join)

April 18, 2023 9:30 – 10:30       

https://zoom.us/j/93216379421?pwd=MHU3dENqVHp3N045aGNESXlmUHU1dz09

(link to join)

 

Graduation Power Hours 2022-2023
Oct 18 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Educators, community partners, parents and/or parent representatives who support transition age youth or help inform graduation policy

Presenter(s) –  Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed. and Lisa Hite, M.Ed., SST Consultants

Contact Hours – 1.5

Each session in this series will focus on a 60 minute “Power Hour” session focusing on different aspects of preparing students for graduation, followed by 30 minutes of Q & A and peer-to-peer networking time that will allow participants to share ideas and dive deeper into the content and implementation strategies discussed during the presentation. Participation in all sessions is heavily encouraged, as some content will be cumulative.

Registration – You must register for each session you want to attend individually. Once you register you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link for that session.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Aaron Weisbrod or Lisa Hite

Date Topic Registration Link
September 27, 2022 Graduation Requirements and Grad Plans https://forms.gle/7oAesktmbTV9yf938
October 18, 2022 Career Advising Policy and Student Success Plans https://forms.gle/hTZaZd6gDSczRBGY6
November 8, 2022 Working with Business Community and Business Partners https://forms.gle/sRicDchTYeRNE3nZ6
December 13, 2022 Transition Planning with Fidelity https://forms.gle/5EySjoLXGhF4hugc9
January 24, 2023 4Es https://forms.gle/Kb6V4Y3MAf1URoQT7
February 21, 2023 IRCs https://forms.gle/eXRBXGHkXn5tUYuo9
March 21, 2023 OMJ Site https://forms.gle/mopTcLrXfLZ5SXgXA
April 25, 2023 OMJ Seal and other Readiness Seals https://forms.gle/G3FuATczoN3j3wPLA
Oct
20
Thu
Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tami Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Teaching Sight Words According to Science
Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Audience – K-1 teachers, Special Education teachers K-2

Presenter – Debbie Nagel, M.A., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 3

A sight word is any word that is recognized instantly and effortlessly, by sight, whether it is spelled regularly or irregularly. In this session, participants will be taught how to use the phonics tools needed to understand, sound out, and read the words. This evidence based practice, when implemented as intended has proven effective in increasing early literacy skills in grades K-2, as opposed to practices such as the use of flashcards.

Participants will receive the book Sounding Out the Sight Words by Denise Eide & Cindy Kringelis

For questions on the content of this session contact Debbie Nagel

Register Here!

New Special Ed Administrators Meeting
Oct 20 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Audience – New Administrators and new leaders to special education

Presenter – Tara Shumaker, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 2

Leaders in special education who are new to their position, or new to special education frequently require additional support to successfully navigate the many expectations of their role. Whether it’s meeting state/federal guidelines, working to ensure FAPE is provided, or helping to shift mindsets to collaboratively address the learning and achievement of each student, the job can be overwhelming at times.

This network will help new special education administrators address the two critical areas of special education: compliance/documentation and performance/implementation. These meetings will also provide an opportunity to connect, share, and problem solve with other new leaders from across the region.

Do you know a new administrator, special education leader, or curriculum director in Region 1 who should be included? Share their contact information with us, and we will send them an invitation!

For questions on the content of these meetings contact Tara Shumaker

Register Here!

The Road to UDL Credentialing and District Action Planning for Leaders
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Audience – General Education Teachers, Teacher Leaders, Administrators, Intervention Specialists, Curriculum Directors

Presenter(s) – Nicole Herbert, M.Ed., SST 1 Consultant and Cheri Smith, M.Ed., SST 6 Consultant

Contact Hours – Participants will have the opportunity to earn up to 20 contact hours.  This professional learning series will require participants to complete some work outside of the scheduled meeting time. Details will be explained at the first session.

Please Note: February 2 and 16, 2023 will run 1:00 – 2:30. The other dates will remain 1:00 – 2:00

This UDL Professional Learning opportunity is designed to provide you and your staff with the foundational knowledge of Universal Design for Learning that will help you earn the Associate Level 1 Credential form Learning Designed – Copyright 2021 CAST & UDL-IRN. There are many misconceptions about UDL that need to be addressed in order to maximize the use of the UDL Framework. This professional learning opportunity and credential indicates that you have the most validated and up to date knowledge of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

If you choose to become UDL Associate Level 1 credentialed , attendance is required for all sessions and you must register and pay the $30 credentialing fee directly to Learning Designed.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Nicole Herbert

Registration questions may be addressed to Lisa Jenkins

Register Here!

Establishing Families as Partners in the Secondary Transition Planning Process
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Teams of Educators, Community Partners who support and or help inform transition policies and practices in their district (Team participation is required)

Presenter(s) – Tamie Cruz, M.A., and Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 14 – Participants are expected to attend all 7 sessions to receive credit

In this 7 part series, participants will recognize and understand the following critical topics through the lens of secondary transition; the value of family partnerships, cultural and linguistically diverse families, implicit bias and the evolution of disability, having authentic and necessary conversations, and universal design.  Each session will have a different focus of learning.

Date Topic
September 15, 2022 Getting Started
September 29, 2022 Universal Design for Family Engagement
October 6, 2022 Valuing Families
October 20, 2022 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
November 3, 2022 Implicit Bias & Evolution of Disability
December 1, 2022 Authentic & Necessary Conversations
December 15, 2022 Ready to Launch

Register your team here!

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tamie Cruz or Aaron Weisbrod

Oct
24
Mon
Nuts and Bolts of MTSS
Oct 24 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Audience – District and school administrators, and teacher leaders who will form MTSS Teams to plan and support MTSS at their school/district

Presenter Cindy Skaff, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 1 per session

MTSS is a comprehensive framework designed to provide targeted supports that meet the academic and social-emotional needs of each child to reduce gaps. To implement MTSS with fidelity, districts and individual schools need a full understanding of an effective MTSS infrastructure, how to use assessments to support MTSS, and how to deliver instruction at all three tiers to set each child up for success.  Participants will receive the book The MTSS Start-Up Guide by Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan and John E Hannigan free of charge.

Registration Deadline is August 26,2022 – This ensures adequate time to receive the book before the first session. Late registrations are not guaranteed a book.

The topics for each virtual session are:

Session 1 – What is MTSS?

  • Defining the purpose, philosophy and components of MTSS
  • Myth busting – Misunderstandings that may be barriers to successful implementation and how to correct them

Session 2 – Prepare for Success

  • The 10 indicators of MTSS implementation
  • Assessing your readiness
  • Determine next steps

Session 3 – Make it Happen

  • Deep dive into some of the 10 indicators of MTSS implementation

Questions on the content of the PD contact Cindy Skaff

Questions on registering can be addressed to Lisa Jenkins

Register Here

 

Oct
25
Tue
CTE Coffee Hours
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Audience – Career Tech Administrators

Presenter – Lisa Hite, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 1 per session

This bi-monthly series is an opportunity to discuss current CTE topics (typically ones that were determined in previous coffee hours), share Career Tech successes and challenges, and learn about upcoming PD opportunities from the Ohio Department of Education, SST, Tech Prep, ACTE, and Advance CTE. This years content will be specifically linked to recruitment, selection and placement, support success for SWD, and PD to support all learners, and graduation.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Lisa Hite

For registration questions contact Jill Barnhisel

To register click on the date of the session(s) you want to attend and fill out the registration form. Once you register you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link for that session.

August 26, 2022, October 25, 2022, December 9, 2022, February 28, 2023, April 27, 2023, June 6, 2023

Graduation Power Hour: Advanced Implementation Strategies
Oct 25 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Audience – Educators, Community Partners, Parent and/or Parent Representatives who support Transition Age Youth and/or help inform graduation policies that participated in the Graduation Power Hour sessions from 2020-2021 and 2021-2022

Presenter(s) –  Aaron Weisbrod, M.Ed., and Lisa Hite, M.Ed.

Contact Hours – 1.5

This series is a continuation of the “Graduation Power Hour” PD from 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school year, with the addition of four brand-new “Graduation Power Hour: Advanced Implementation Strategies” sessions. Each session is tied to two previous concurrent sessions.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Aaron Weisbrod or Lisa Hite

These sessions will oftentimes feature guest speakers/co-presenters and be centered around specific implementation strategies in the areas of:

Date Topic Registration Link
October 25, 2022 Graduation Seminar Days https://forms.gle/arMWTBiaJin4mq9B9
January 10, 2023 Working with OOD and Apprenticeship Ohio https://forms.gle/rRgUa8XHxBFpEQfp9
February 28, 2023 Aligning Career Tech Pathway Considerations Graduation Pathway Option 1 https://forms.gle/iXgs9Y7MDt29ftWY9
May 9, 2023 EnvisionIT Curriculum/Resources Implementation Overview https://forms.gle/25iiw9yvR5Yvn5o58
Oct
28
Fri
Preschool Itinerant Network
Oct 28 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am

Audience – Preschool  Itinerant Teachers, supervisors, speech language pathologists, related service personnel

Presenter – Tara Shumaker, SST1 Consultant and Amy Recker, SST6 Consultant

Contact Hours – 2 per session

These sessions will provide preschool staff with the foundational knowledge, tools and supports to improve their itinerant services in supporting preschool children in their least restrictive environments. The sessions will also focus on complying with preschool special education rules, specially designed instruction and effective evidence based instructional practices.

For questions on the content of these sessions contact Tara Shumaker

Register Here!

 

Integrating Supports for Students with Disabilities
Oct 28 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Audience – Special Ed Administrators, Curriculum Directors, Principals and Central Office Personnel

Presenter – Lynn McKahan, M.S., Director, and Tara Shumaker, M.Ed., SST Consultant

Contact Hours – 2 – Contact hours will only be awarded for participation in the live sessions. No contact hours will be issued for watching the sessions recording.

State Support Team 1 will once again be providing a year long learning opportunity to support your district or school team as you collaborate to support students with disabilities and other students who are at risk of failure. Three virtual meetings will address topics that will support the ongoing development of a collaborative team that ensures each student with a disability receives rigorous, evident-based instruction. The other three meetings (face to face and virtual opportunities) will focus on needs of Special Education Administrators as they continue to build their capacity in becoming instructional leaders with oversight of special education services.

In addition to the six meetings, the SST will be hosting a book study beginning in October, using Nathan Levenson’s book, “Six Shifts to Improve Special Education and Other Interventions”. The SST 1  will provide a book for each person who participates in the study. Details of the book study will be discussed at a later date.

All meeting will include:

  • the latest information from the Ohio Department of Education
  • opportunities to problem solve and share ideas and questions
  • deep conversation regarding meeting the needs of special education students

By participating in this network, you will:

  • better support students with disabilities in your district
  • engage in conversations that work to change the misperceptions regarding special education services and the students who receive these services
  • reduce barriers to increasing outcomes for all students who struggle
  • implement instructional and behavioral strategies that have a positive impact on learning for students with disabilities
  • align current ODE initiatives and updates to the work of your school and district
  • This is a closed network. If you are already on our mailing list and have been coming to these meetings in the past you will receive a registration link around 1 week prior to the meeting. Once registered you will get a confirmation e-mail with the zoom link enclosed.
  •  If you would like to be included in the meetings, or if you know of a new administrator in Region 1, please contact Michelle Sworden or call 419.720.8999 to be added to the network.
  • Administrators are required to attend with their team.