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The presentation goes over the sound structure of English, syllable types, syllable division rules, spelling rules, and English morphology.  This presentation was developed for teachers, paraprofessionals, Reading Specialists, SLPs and administrators.

Presented by: Chris Fox (cfox@ces.org) and Jessica Powell (jpowell@ces.org)

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes


Structured Literacy: Bridge to Practice Activities for the Secondary Classroom

This presentation address activities for Vocabulary Development, Fluency, Comprehension, and Writing.

Presented by: 

Chris FoxWilson Certified Language Systems Trainer & Wilson Dyslexia Therapist

Jessica PowellCertified Academic Language Therapist & Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist

Length of Webinar: 2:07:41


Structured Literacy: Bridge to Practice Activities for the Elementary Classroom

This presentation address activities for Phonemic and Phonological Awareness, Orthographic Mapping (phoneme/grapheme mapping), Syllable Instruction, Morphology, Vocabulary Development, Comprehension, and Writing (syntax and semantics).

Presented by: 

Chris Fox, Wilson Certified Language Systems Trainer & Wilson Dyslexia Therapist

Jessica Powell, Certified Academic Language Therapist & Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist

Length of Webinar: 2:01:46


Exit Planning for Students in Maximum Support Settings

1 hour

David D’Antonio - dd’antonio@ces.org

Many students in maximum support settings due to their behavior never leave this type of setting or fail when moved to a less supportive setting. This recording will provide ideas on how to provide a concrete exit plan to maximize successful movement to less restrictive environments. Topics include:

  • Matching student skills, system supports with classroom expectation
  • Designing objective criteria to determine student readiness to move to less restrictive settings
  • Ongoing monitoring of student progress necessary for success
  • Successful movement of students to less restrictive settings

Student Engagement in the Classroom

75 minutes

David D’Antonio - dd’antonio@ces.org 

This recording will examine behavioral strategies to maximize student engagement in the classroom. Topics include:

  • Structuring the environment to optimize engagement
  • Teaching strategies that aid motivation
  • Connecting and community building
  • Performance feedback and reinforcement
  • Reaching the reluctant learner

Activities are included to help engage and retain your learning.

In this virtual webinar, participants will learn new strategies to teach their student's about the brain's connection to thinking, emotions, and stress.  The Core Model of Social-emotional learning will also be introduced, this model will briefly touch on the importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Self-Regulation and will focus on Social-emotional learning competencies: self-awareness and self-management. 

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A.

Duration: 70 minutes

Review Existing Evaluation Data (REED) Process for Teachers

Presented by: Mari Bauman (mbauman@ces.org)

Duration: 1 hour, 22 minutes

This webinar will cover the follow topics:

Definition of REED & the law, members for the REED, steps in the REED process, conducting the REED, practice in completing a REED

This webinar consists of 3 parts which can be used as individual pieces or taken as a whole depending on the need. The parts are 1) Writing Complete Present Levels of Academic and Functional Performance; 2) Writing Compliant IEPs; and 3) Determining a Student's Least Restrictive Environment

Presented By: Leigh Adams-Emanuel (leigh@ces.org), TAP consultant with a master's in Special Education and 24 years of experience


Sensory Self-Regulation in the Educational Setting - Part 1 (1: 24)

presented by Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP

This presentation is NOT intended for diagnosis - but to provide educators with practical information, tools, and strategies to increase students' success.

· Sensory Development, Deficits, & Differences

· The 8 Senses – yes, 8!

· Understanding Sensory Processing & Integration

· Impact of sensory dysfunction in the educational setting

· Sensory Seekers vs. Sensory Avoiders

· Strategies & tools to increase attention for in-person & virtual learning


Sensory Self-Regulation in the Educational Setting - Part 2 (1: 30)

presented by Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP

This presentation is NOT intended for diagnosis - but to provide educators with practical information, tools, and strategies to increase students' success.

 · Overview of the types and impacts of sensory deficits and differences

· Sensory toolboxes and “diets”

· Virtual and In-Person “Brain Breaks”

· Sensory Fidgets: Toys vs. Tools

· Sensory strategies & tools to increase positive behaviors in all settings


Presenters:   Lydia Sandoval, M.A. and Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D.

During this webinar participants will have an opportunity to learn about evidence-based behavior and  consequence strategies. As a result of this webinar, attendees will be able to develop positive intervention strategies to help increase access to the general curriculum.

Duration: 3 hrs


Autism Toolbox Series: Visual Supports Part 1 and 2 (1 hour, 25 minutes each)

presented by Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP (mwood@ces.org)

Learn a wide variety of evidence-based visual tools and strategies in the following areas for use with students of varied developmental levels:  

  • Establish, maintain, and shift attention  
  • Provide structure and routine 
  • Establish clear expectations 
  • Organize the environment 
  • Support transitions
  • Increase functional communication 
  • Aid processing and memory 
  • Encourage sensory and emotional self-regulation 
  • Facilitate compliance, expectations, and social functioning 
  • Increase independence and generalize skills

Presenter: David D’Antonio, M.A. (dd’antonio@ces.org)

This recording will discuss cognitive approaches to teaching skills to enhance social emotional learning. Specific techniques will be presented that impact a student’s maladaptive emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

Presenter: David D'Antonio (dd'antonio@ces.org)

Duration: 65 minutes

Cooperative Education Services and two of their departments, School Improvement Technical Expertise (SITE) and Technical Assistance Program (TAP), have united to collaborate and create a series of professional opportunities to support Co-Teaching initiatives. 

This is a two-part series of appropriate strategies for working with students with ED in any classroom environment.

Presenter:  David D'Antonio (dd'antonio@ces.org)


Title: The Autism Toolbox Series - Social Narratives

Presenter: Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP (mwood@ces.org)

Duration: 60 minutes


Title: The Autism Toolbox Series - Supporting Social Skills Overview

Presenter: Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP (mwood@ces.org)

Duration: 60 minutes


Electronic RTI SAT forms, created by Dr. Kathleen Flaherty can be downloaded.

Title: Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP): 4 Part Series

Presenter: David D’Antonio

Title:

Amid the pandemic, many students may experience loss of loved ones, loss of freedom, and access to friends. Learn strategies to teach children about the grieving process.

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A. (lsandoval@ces.org)

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Transition: 3 Part Series

Topics include Transition Basics, Preparing Students for Life after Graduation and Transition Planning Begins in Mid School

Presented by Marilyn D'Ottavio (m'dottavio@ces.org)

Title: The Autism Toolbox Series - Educating Students with Autism: Basics and Beyond


Presenter: Margaret Wood, MA/CCC-SLP (mwood@ces.org)

Duration: 60 minutes

Title: Managing Behavior in the Virtual Classroom

Strategies are presented to manage behaviors that enhance teaching in the virtual classroom. These include creating a productive and safe environment, the use of positive feedback and designing a plan for the struggling student.

Presenter: David D’Antonio (dd’antonio@ces.org)

Duration: 60 minutes




Title: Documentation in a Remote World

As a result of viewing this webinar participants will understand why, when and how to use specific documentation of student participation and progress in live classes, remote or hybrid environment.  Participants will  also view student participation and progress monitoring tools and proper methods of securing data.

Presenter: Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D, Technical Assistance Program (TAP) Consultant

Duration:  90 Minutes

Title: Challenging Behaviors in Preschool-Kindergarten

As a result of viewing this webinar, participants will learn about the "Fight or Flight" response, the 4 Functions of Behavior, proactive strategies to decrease challenging behaviors, and view ideas on how to design a calm down space and calm down box.

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A., TAP Consultant (lsandoval@ces.org )

Duration: 1 hour


The ABC's of Social Emotional Learning, Preschool-Kindergarten 

Presenter: Lydia M. Sandoval M.A., TAP Consultant (lsandoval@ces.org )

This webinar is an introduction to Social Emotional Learning. What it is and why it is important? Participants will learn about the harmful effects of early childhood trauma and toxic stress.  

Duration: 1 hour 


Elevating Co-Teaching to Close Achievement Gaps Series" - Session #2 - Co-Teaching Partnerships

Presenters: Pat Renteria, Ed.S & Barbara Piper, M.A.

This webinar session explains how teachers can develop and sustain effective co-teaching partnerships. It is designed for educators who are considering co-teaching, as well as those currently co-teaching.

Duration: 1 hour


Title: How to Scaffold Instruction in-Class and Online

Presenter: Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D./TAP Consultant (lgregg@ces.org)

As a result of viewing this webinar participants will learn the definition of instructional scaffolding, see examples of conceptual, procedural, strategic and scaffolding through remote and online learning and understand when and how to use scaffolding strategies in-class and online.

 Duration: 60 mins


Elevating Co-Teaching to Close the Achievement Gaps: Administrator Training - “How Administrators Effectively Lead and Support Co-Teaching for Inclusive Schooling” 

Presenters: Pat Renteria, Ed.S & Barbara Piper, M.A.  

This webinar session is designed specifically for district and school administrators, focuses on the administrator roles and responsibilities for creating, implementing, and sustaining co-teaching programs in their schools.

Duration: 1 hour


Presenter: Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D./TAP Consultant (lgregg@ces.org)

As a result of viewing this webinar participants will learn the hallmarks of differentiation which include Content, Process, Product, and Environment. Viewers will see examples of in-class and online differentiation. They will understand when and how to use differentiation strategies in-class and online.

 Duration: 60 mins


Multi-Layered System of Support for New Mexico School Districts and Charter Schools (4 Webinar Sessions)

Presented by Kathleen M. Flaherty Ph.D.


Presented by Tania Salinas (Tania@ces.org )

Viewing this 45 minute webinar provides an opportunity to learn about:

  • New Mexico State gifted guidelines
  • Understanding Gifted Educational Evaluation Reports
  • Current gifted trends to include the School wide Enrichment Model Reading & Writing Effective IndividualizedEducational Plans (IEPs)
  • Writing S.M.A.R.T gifted goals aligned to Common Core State Standard
  • The latest engaging gifted curricula to meet students’ reading, math, critical thinking and creativity needs

Presenter: Barbara Piper, M.A. / TAP Consultant / CES

This session addresses creating and implementing accommodations and modifications in the educational setting. Topics include: what accommodations and modifications are; a 4 component model for creating accommodations and modifications; and looks at implementing accommodations in virtual/remote learning.

Duration: 62 minutes


Presented by: Leigh Adams-Emanuel (leigh@ces.org)

Presented by: Leigh Adams-Emanuel (leigh@ces.org)