Professional Development - Training


IEP Help Camp will cover help with IEPs and SEAS. Help Camp is for previously trained staff, it is not a training.
Sign up on ERO under SEAS Help Camp. Walk ins are welcome. (Open hours, drop in when you have time.)


Help Camp -  October   04      Wednesday Hours 7:00 to 4:30         *Technical Computer support

Help Camp -  October   11      Wednesday Hours 7:00 to 4:30         *Technical Computer support

Help Camp -  October   18      Wednesday Hours 7:00 to 4:30         *Technical Computer support

Help Camp -  October   25      Wednesday Hours 7:00 to 4:30         *Technical Computer support 

For additional trainings at your site, please complete and submit SEAS and IEP Help Camps form.
Learn the strategies to support students with reading and writing challenges. 
Participants will learn how to create a Google Classroom, invite students to a
class, create and review assignments.
October 24, 2017 at Wiggin Center
Text Accessibility and Bookshare

Go beyond Bookshare to build students access to digital texts across a variety of
platforms for student with print disabilities.  Participants will learn how to access 
digital texts for students with varying levels of print disabilities.

October 18, 2017 at Wiggin Center
Core Vocabulary and Classroom Communication

Development and use of core vocabulary, classroom instruction and resources. 
Participants will learn how to teach core vocabulary to students with complex
communication needs by modeling its’ meaning and use.

October 12, 2017 at Wiggin Center

Assistive Technology presents:

Core Vocabulary and Classroom Communication

Develope and use core vocabulary, classroom instruction and resources.
Participants will learn how to teach core vocabulary to students with complex
communication needs by modeling its meaning and use. 

Target audience:  Education Specialists, Speech Language Pathologists or
any other staff that work with students with complex communication needs.

September 26, 2017  2:00-4:00pm  Wiggin Center, B1

Assistive Technology presents:

Getting Started with Boardmaker Studio

Learn how to use the Boardmaker Studio Toolbar, create Page-Based and
Table-Based Templates, leave with onscreen activities that you can startusing right away in your classroom.

September 21st, 2017  at Wiggin Center, B1  2:00-4:00pm

 PPPSS presents:

The Nuts and Bolts of Parentally Placed Private School Students (PPPSS)

This training will provide teachers and DIS service providers the background, knowledge and process
of completing assessments andIndividualized
Service Plans for students in Parentally Placed Private Schools.

September 20th, 2017 at PPO 4860 Ruffner Street  1:30-3:30pm

October 20th, 2017 at Whittier School, B26    1:30-3:30pm

Comprehensive Evaluation Process for English Learners (CEP-EL)

  • September 19, 2017
  • November 15, 2017

Transdisciplinary Teaming Series

  • October 11, 2017
  • November 29, 2017

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WJ IV Achievement Trainings

This training session will provide an overview of the Woodcock-Johnson IV and the components of an evidence-based academic assessment.   A brief discussion of the history, development and technical qualities will be provided, but the primary emphasis will be on administration, scoring and interpretation and report writing of the WJ IV ACH. Participants will gain the knowledge necessary to begin administration of the WJ IV ACH and assessment interpretation and report writing. WJ IV kits can be checked out after the training by a designated person at each site. Register according to the high school in your cluster. You will need your laptop or iPad.

Register on ERO –

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SEAS Training Information and Dates Online IEP Program Training

New staff are required to attend electronic IEP system, SEAS.  The district’s security policy prohibits the sharing of passwords which allows access to personal/private information.  

     SPED Staff - For Case Managers and Related Service Providers 

Refer to ERO for current SEAS training schedule

See Attached flyer for more Information

Admin/Clerical Read/Print only

 Refer to ERO for training schedule

    Register in ERO


You are required to bring the following:

    • a paper copy of a student’s IEP
    • Common Core State grade level Standards 
    • CCCs (Common Core Connectors) if you are working with Mod/Sev students
    • any curriculum maps, etc. you may have

Copies of handouts discussed in the training will be on the Sp Ed. Website-Procedure Manual-Forms/Links-Chapter 5-Quality IEP handouts. You can follow along with the handouts on-line or if you prefer, bring copies with you.

The PowerPoint will be provided during training. If you have a laptop and can bring it that may be helpful.