Upcoming Professional Learning

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Covid-19

Based on the guidance and available information from Federal, State, and local officials, we have decided to transition all in-person professional learning offerings to a virtual environment. This decision includes most professional development opportunities through fall 2020. We are taking this action so we can continue to provide support to our partners while minimizing the potential health risk for those presenters and attendees. We will reschedule any training that cannot be delivered online for a later date.

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Professional Learning Packages

The Charter SELPA offers a wide breadth of well-designed, research-based professional learning opportunities intended to improve the outcomes of students with disabilities. Select a category below to learn more about the offerings within each professional learning package.

Behavior

Responding appropriately to challenging behaviors of students continues to be a critical conversation throughout K-12 school systems. The professional learning opportunities in this package provide strategies and resources in supporting all staff in managing behaviors that create a safe and secure learning environment for all.

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Inclusive Environments

The professional learning opportunities within this package provide effective inclusive strategies in maximizing environmental and instructional considerations in improving the outcomes of students with disabilities.

Mental Health

Charter schools are required to provide a continuum of supports ensuring that students with disabilities, as designated by their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), receive the mental health services necessary to benefit from a special education program. The professional learning opportunities within this package review the continuum of mental health services and provide instructional strategies that meet the individual needs of students.

Paraeducators

Coaching and developing paraeducators is a necessity in achieving improved outcomes for students with disabilities. The professional learning opportunities within this package provide instructional and environmental support strategies to assist paraeducators in reinforcing and augmenting the efforts of classroom teachers.

Positive School Climate & Culture

In a healthy and positive school culture, all students experience equally supportive learning environments and opportunities that help them learn and thrive. The professional learning opportunities in this package provide schools with improvement strategies that foster positive school climates and improve the conditions of learning for students with disabilities.

Post-Secondary Transition

School teams are required to provide a results-oriented process focused on improving the academic and functional achievement of students with disabilities that support the successful transition from school to post-school education and employment. The professional learning opportunities in this package review state and federal requirements on secondary transition services and provide strategies for school teams in assisting transition age youth to identify and move towards the post-secondary goals of their choice.

Special Education Foundations

Building a solid foundational understanding of how to support students with disabilities is critical in developing an effective outcomes-based special education program. The professional learning opportunities in this package will provide guidance on the fundamentals of special education and review both the compliance and performance aspects of programs for students with disabilities

Understanding Disability & Student Support Needs

Specific disabilities, such as autism and dyslexia, present their own unique challenges within the learning environment. The professional learning opportunities in this package provide a foundational understanding of specific disabilities and targeted evidence-based strategies to support students with needs in identified areas.

Psychologist Webmodules

The Charter SELPA currently offers four pre-recorded webmodules to assist psychologists in the area of special education evaluations.

Browse Our Entire Professional Learning Catalog

You can download a pdf catalog here. You can use the table below to search, sort, export, and print all of our professional learning offerings.

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LCAP Priority Areas

Basic Services, State Standards, Course Access, Student Outcomes, Student Achievement, School Climate, Student Engagement, Parent Involvement

State Performance Plan Indicators

Discipline Rate by Race/Ethnicity, Disproportionate Representation, Disproportionate Representation by Disability, Timely Eligibility Evaluation, Timely Part C to B Transition, Secondary Transition Goals and Services, Graduation Rate, Dropout Rate, Statewide Assessment, Discipline Rate: Overall, Least Restrictive Environment, Preschool Least Restrictive Environment, Preschool Outcomes, Parent Involvement, Post-School Outcomes, Resolution Sessions, Mediation,  State Systemic Improvement Plan

Target Audiences

Parents, General Education Teachers, Special Education Administrators, Case Managers, etc.