November  8, 2018 CLOSED/FULL
Infinitec : Assistive Technology Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
8:30-3:00pm
@ Davis McCann Center
15 N 14th St Murphysboro, Il.
  * Lunch provided
Augmented Reality Applications to Increase Independence in Academic Settings
Augmented Reality Applications to Increase Self-Directed Learning and Active Engagement (How AR Meets UDL) 
*IDFPR CEUS  & ISBE PD credit issued

January 30, 2019
Chrome Apps and Extensions to Support Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Audience: Administrators, Special Education Teachers, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and Psychologists UDL is a framework to optimize learning for all students and contains 3 major components. The three major components are multiple means of engagement, multiple means of representation and multiple means of expression. Participants will be introduced to the concepts and how the 3 principals can benefit ALL LEARNERS. Google Chrome is a powerful web browser that has the ability to enhance the web browsing experience through apps and extensions. Participants will have a hands-on opportunity to explore Google Chrome Apps and Extensions through a UDL lens.
*Lunch Provided
@ Carbondale Civic Center
9am-3pm
*IDFPR CE Credit & ISBE PD 5.0 credit hours Issued
REGISTER HERE

February 25, 2019
Identification & Provision of Special Education Services:
Spotlight on District Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Using Data to
Determine Special Education Eligibility and 
Suspension of Students with IEPs.
* Lunch Provided
8:30-3:30 @ Carbondale Civic Center
200 S Illinois Ave. Carbondale Il .
Member District & TCSE Staff Free/ Outside TCSE $50 Registration fee /Checks payable to TCSE
This workshop will guide you through the major topics in special education law, focusing on those issues that are new, those that are prevalent, and those that never-get-old.  We know our basic obligations to students with disabilities – but let’s take a deeper look into data used for determining special education eligibility; as well as, the implications and procedures for suspending students with IEPs.
Presenter:  Brandon K. Wright of Miller, Tracy, Braun, Funk & Miller, Ltd.
ISBE PD 6.0 hr Credit issued or Administrator Academy Available
REGISTER HERE

 

PREVIOUSLY OFFERED 2018-19

June 1, 2018
EMBRACE IEP Training

June 5th
Corrective Reading

June 6th 
Active Inspire  & ClassFlow for Epson & Promethean Smart Boards

August 7, 2018
Understanding & De-escalating Behavior on the Bus

August 10, 2018
EMBRACE ( formerly Power) IEP Training for District Designees

August 17, 2018
Go Solutions Therapy Documentation &  Medicaid Billing Training
Disciplines @ Various Times *

August 30, 2018
EMBRACE (Formerly Power) IEP Training

September 17, 2018
BEFORE THE CRISIS: Threat Assessment Training
Admin Academy Credit Available

September 26, 2018
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support MTSS/RtI:
State Requirements for Using Data to Determine Special Education Eligibility
Presenter: Debbie Poffinbarger, Superintendent of Litchfield School District #12

October 23, 2018
Case Manager Training for
NEW TCSE or District Case Managers

November 2, 2018
Transition: Process, Planning, IEP Goals & Resources