The National Center and State Collaborative (NCSC) has developed instructional supports for teachers and students with significant cognitive disabilities. This live webinar session accompanied by an ADE facilitator will highlight the Math Instructional Supports schools can begin to implement as we transition to a new alternate assessment. It is recommended that a team from the district or charter attend this essential training. The district, school or charter team may include a School Leader, Special Education Director, AIMS A Test Coordinator, Community of Practice Member, and or a Special Education Teacher.
This live webinar can be accessed by attending the session at one of the Regional Educational Service Agencies.
Date: December 17, 2012
Times: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (1 hour break – lunch on your own)
Who should attend?
School Leader, Special Education Director, AIMS A Test Coordinator, Community of Practice Member, or a Special Education Teacher
Six Locations (select one):
WCRSC Regional Training Center – YAVAPAI County Education Agency- Multi-purpose Room
2970 Centerpointe East Dr, Prescott, AZ 86305
Regional Training Center – LA PAZ -Arizona Western College, Parker Learning Center
1109 Geronimo Ave, Parker, AZ 85344
NEAZRC Regional Training Center – NAVAJO County Education Service Agency
294 W. Carlos, Holbrook, AZ 86025
MCESA Regional Training Center- MARICOPA County Education Service Agency – Piestewa Peak Room
4041 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
ECRS Regional Training Center –PINAL County School Office
1400 N. Eleven Mile Corner Rd., Casa Grande, AZ 85194
SAREC Regional Training Center –PIMA County School Office
200 North Stone Ave – 3rd. Floor, Tucson, AZ 85701
1. Go to Event Registration.
2. There are 6 available locations throughout the state for the “Mega Webinar: NCSC Math Instructional Supports Roll Out” – Please select ONE location only.
3. Each person from each team attending must also register.
4. Each registered participant must ensure to print the confirmation page.
Arizona Department of Education
Audra Ahumada, Director of Alternate Assessment