Teaching Reading Effectively (TRE) Training for Administrators
A new Teaching Reading Effectively (TRE) training is being offered for elementary school and district administrators (special education directors, principals, assistant principals, and superintendents). Teaching Reading Effectively (TRE) guides participants through current reading research and evidence-based practices that are necessary to develop a student’s early literacy skills and the elements of an effective literacy assessment system in order to improve K-3 reading instruction.
The entire five-day training is only $60.00.
The course will convene from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. on each the following days.
- February 29
- March 21
- March 28
- April 4
- April 18
Training will be held at the Arizona Department of Education, 3300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix AZ, 85012.
For more information and to register, please follow this link.
Please see this important announcement regarding training for school-based sign language interpreters below. ADE/ESS contracts and works with TAESE to support assessment and training of school-based interpreters by TASK12. Training slots are limited, so don’t let this important opportunity pass by – please forward to your staff as appropriate.
The Training of Interpreters in Public Schools (TIPS) is accepting registrations from Arizona sign language interpreters to participate in an intensive training that begins with a face-to-face on January 11, 2020 and is followed by three online modules over a five-month period. The aim of this training is to improve interpreter performance skills and ultimately benefit children and youth who are deaf or hard of hearing. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to:
TASK12 | www.task12.org
Technical Assistance for Excellence in Special Education
www.taese.org | Utah State University | Tel: 435.797.9045
Directors of Special Education,
ESS Program Management is sharing the following important dates for IDEA Funding and IDEA Fiscal Related activities. Included in this memo is an announcement of a half-day, in-person training at ADE Central on April 15, 2019.
Please share these important updates with your PEA’s Business Manager.
If you have any questions regarding anything mentioned in this update, please contact [email protected] or call 602-542-4013 to speak to an ESS Program Management Specialist.
Special Education Directors,
ADE/ESS has important announcements to share regarding the upcoming 2019 Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey data collection season.
- The student list is now open. At your earliest convenience, review your student list for accuracy. This is also a great time to start working on exclusions.
- ADE is currently hosting two webinars associated with PSO.
Review the PSO webpage for exact details on dates, times, and registration links.
- NOTE: There has been an update to one PSO Survey Essentials session (April 2 at 3:00 p.m.). It has been rescheduled to April 1 at 3:00 p.m. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your flexibility. Flyers and registration through the Events Management System (EMS) reflect the updates.
It is recommended that all staff who will be conducting the survey this upcoming summer, at a minimum, attend the PSO Essentials webinar. The main purpose of this webinar is to share and explain the changes to the 2019 PSO Survey.
Please feel free to view and distribute the attached flyers and to forward this email to staff that can benefit from the above-listed webinars. All are welcome to attend, and the ADE/ESS encourages all PEAs that will be participating in the 2019 PSO Survey to participate.
We look forward to supporting you throughout the various stages of this initiative. As a reminder, PSO staff can be reached at [email protected].
Special Education Directors,
ADE/ESS is pleased to announce Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training opportunities! New Instructor Certification Training and Instructor Certification Renewal Training options are available, at no charge, to public education agencies in Arizona. Districts and charter schools have the opportunity to send up to two individuals on a first-come, first-served basis.
Instructor Certification Training—Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI)
CPI provides a framework to defuse challenging and disruptive behavior(s) to help prevent crisis situations. Successful implementation facilitates a culture of care, welfare, safety, and security within an organization. CPI training can help improve confidence in navigating day-to-day challenges while improving staff relationships with both service users and stakeholders. CPI has been proven to reduce risk of injury and alleviate stress & anxiety, all while improving staff retention.
The Instructor Certification Program includes four full days of classroom training. Training dates can be selected from the following options:
- February 5—8, 2019
- March 19—22, 2019
The Instructor Certification Renewal Program includes both online learning and one day of classroom training. Participants must have completed the Instructor Certification (or Renewal Program) and must be seeking to fulfill the two-year instructor proficiency requirement to be eligible for this course. Training date options are as follows:
All trainings will be offered at the Arizona Department of Education, located at: 1535 W. Jefferson St., Conference Room 311—312, Phoenix, AZ 85007.
If interested, please fill out the form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetnZsAw4rWZnnUMSMhygvqzdQDKJpO31eDVHgvObHqj3J2-Q/viewform.
Please contact Aanya Rispoli at [email protected] with questions. Thank you!