• Session 1: “The Neurology of ASD” – This session will provide a user-friendly discussion of the
    neurological research on ASD. It will serve as a foundation for interventions discussed in Sessions 2 and
    3.
    Session 2: “The Cycle of Meltdowns for Individuals with ASD” – This session will focus on the cycle of
    meltdowns for learners with ASD including those with “high-functioning” ASD. Learners with ASD
    typically have self-regulation and sensory issues that can lead to meltdowns and follow three stages: (a)
    rumbling; (b) rage, and (c) recovery.
    Session 3: “Creating a Psychologically Safe Environment for Students with ASD” – This session will
    discuss evidence-based strategies that assist learners in gaining and generalizing social/communication,
    hidden curriculum, academic, and behavior skills

    Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms
  •  
     
    ASD: Neurology, Behavior, and Interventions
    01/15/2019
     
    04/29/2019
     
    Online
    Online
    Online
    Dr. Robin Greenfield

 

Is this event sponsored by the district?  No

What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100

How many credits are offered? 1

Where is the credit offered from? Univeristy of Idaho

What is the cost of each credit?  $60

What are the credit requirements?  

1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all webinars in
this series.
2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
https://idahotc.com/lms
*All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must earn an 80% score on each quiz
to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
Quiz 1 (20 points)
Quiz 2 (20 points)
Quiz 3 (20 points)
3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment must be submitted through the Idaho Training
Clearinghouse LMS.
*Final Assignment (100 points)
1. Develop a 15 minute PowerPoint presentation to help general educators understand
how to better include their students with autism spectrum disorder, or
2. Develop a 15 minute PowerPoint presentation for paraprofessionals so that they can
better support learners with ASD.
3. Explain which audience you chose for your presentation and how you adapted the
PowerPoint to meet their needs

See link above to register.


      • Session 1: “Possibilities for Employment and Community Living for People with Significant Disabilities” 
        Session 2: “What is New in Terms of Laws and Federal Directives with Regards to Transition?"
        Session 3: “Connecting with Agencies in Your Community"

      Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms

      •  
        Transition from School to Full Adult Life
        01/15/2019
         
        04/29/2019
         
        Online
        Online
        Online
        Robin Greenfield, Ph.D.

Is this event sponsored by the district?  No

What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100

How many credits are offered? 1

Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho

What is the cost of each credit?  $60

What are the credit requirements?  

1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all webinars in
this series.
2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
*All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must earn an 80% score on each quiz
to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
Quiz 1 (20 points)
Quiz 2 (20 points)
Quiz 3 (20 points)
3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment and must be submitted through the Idaho Training
Clearinghouse LMS.
*Final Assignment (100 points)
Complete the following components:
1) After learning about Customized Employment, what three messages would
you share with parents of young children with significant disabilities about
their future?
2) Identify three inclusive activities in elementary or middle school where one
could promote the vision of employment for ALL YOUTH.
3) What skills and activities could families incorporate into a child’s home
routine to prepare them for work?
4) Choose one of the following: 1) Interview a Vocational Rehabilitation
counselor or a counselor from the Idaho Commission for the Blind and ask
them what pre-employment transition services are delivered to students
with a significant impact of disability; OR 2) Contact your local Vocational
Rehabilitation office and list the steps an individual must complete to apply
for services.

Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms

 


    • The course consists of several online modules with descriptions of each below. Modules are self-paced
      and include handouts and quizzes to check for understanding.
       
       
      Module 1: Response to Intervention (RtI) Overview
      Module 2: Comprehensive Assessment System
      Module 3: Tiered Interventions
      Module 4: Intervention Design I– Elementary/Secondary
      Module 5: Intervention Design II – Elementary/Secondary
      Module 6: Family and Community Involvement
      Module 7: Progress Monitoring
      Module 8: Leadership
      Module 9: Implementation Cycles within RTI
       
      Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms
      •  
        RTI: Moving from Theory to Practice
        01/15/2019
         
        04/29/2019
         
        Online
        Online
        Online
        Cari Murphy, Ph.D.

 

 

Is this event sponsored by the district?  No

What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100

How many credits are offered? 1

Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho

What is the cost of each credit?  $60

What are the credit requirements?  

  • 1. Participation: Participants are required to complete all modules, including handouts and quizzes.
    2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
    *All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
    System on the date(s) specified on the course home page. Students must earn an 80% score on
    each quiz to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
    Quiz 1 (20 points)
    Quiz 2 (20 points)
    Quiz 3 (20 points)
    Quiz 4 (20 points)
    Quiz 5 (20 points)
    Quiz 6 (20 points)
    Quiz 7 (20 points)
    Quiz 8 (20 points)
    3. Surveys: Participants are required to complete a satisfaction survey after modules 1-9 and an overall
    course satisfaction survey after module 9.
    4. Final assignment: A written assignment must be submitted through the online course at the Idaho
    Training Clearinghouse LMS.
    *Final Assignment (100 points)
    Complete the “Developing a Cycle of Work Based on Data” worksheet. You will
    complete this worksheet based on the season in which you take this course. Only
    complete questions for one of the three cycles; fall, spring, or winter based upon the
    time of the school year when you complete this course.
    Step #1: Answer all questions within each cycle of work and RTI component in complete
    sentences. These questions will guide you through the cycle of work; fall, winter, and
    spring for each of the 5 RTI components: assessment system, core instruction, tier II &
    tier III, data analysis, and leadership teams.
    Step #2: Identify 1 question within each cycle and component and begin planning for
    improvement. In the box provided, identify the steps you might take to improve upon
    the weakness you identified through you answers to the questions. Describe, in detail,
    how you will make improvements in each of the 5 identified areas: assessment system,
    core instruction, tier II & tier III, data analysis, and leadership teams within each cycle of
    work.

 


      • Session 1: “Making Assistive Technology Solutions Using Ordinary Items.” This session will
        discuss and demonstrate over 40 assistive technology solutions that can be made in minutes
        using everyday tools and materials.
        Session 2: “Making Assistive Technology Solutions Using Corrugated Plastic.“ This session will
        discuss and demonstrate 101 assistive technology solutions that can be created using
        corrugated plastics.
        Session 3: Making Assistive Technology Solutions Using Velcro Brand Fasteners and Lock Line”
        This session will demonstrate 101 assistive technology solutions that can be
        Created using Velcro Brand Fasteners and Loc Line.

      Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms

      •  
        Creating Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes
        01/15/2019
         
        04/29/2019
         
        Online
        Online
        Online
        Robin Greenfield, Ph.D.

Is this event sponsored by the district?  No

What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100

How many credits are offered? 1

Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho

What is the cost of each credit?  $60

What are the credit requirements?  

  • 1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all webinars in
    this series.
    2. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
    3. Final Assignment: A written assignment must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse
    LMS.
    *Final Assignment (100 Points)
    1) Describe a child you know. Include in your description a) child’s age; b) vision and
    hearing abilities and needs; c) receptive and expressive communication abilities and
    needs; and d) physical abilities and needs, if applicable.
    2) Write two goals for the child that uses two things that were described in the
    webinar series.
    3) Write a justification for why you chose those items to support the child

 


      • This three-part webinar series will describe the process of using a child centered approach to assessment and how critical the interaction of a child's senses impacts their overall functioning and behavior. Register for individual sessions below.  Session 1: Availability for Learning: The Forgotten Senses
        Session 2: Looking at the World Through Rose-Colored Glasses: Approaches to Positive Assessment
        Session 3: Self-Regulation and Self-Stimulation: The Emotional Heart of the Child Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms
      •  
         
        What Does Follow the Child Mean?
        01/15/2019
         
        04/29/2019
         
        Online
        Online
        Online
        Dr. Robin Greenfield

Maximum # of Participants- 100

Credit offered: Yes

How many credits offered: 1

Credits offered from: University of Idaho

Cost Per Credit: $60

  • 1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all webinars in
    this series.
    2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
    *All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
    System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must earn an 80% score on each quiz
    to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
    Quiz 1 (20 points)
    Quiz 2 (20 points)
    Quiz 3 (20 points)
    3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
    4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment and must be submitted through the Idaho Training
    Clearinghouse LMS.
    *Final Assignment (100 points)
    1) Create a PowerPoint presentation based on the topics in the three webinar sessions.
    2) Identify the audience the presentation is written for (e.g., Teachers, Paraprofessionals,
    Additional Service Providers, or Parents).

 

 

 

 

    • Session 1: Stress: Overview, Physiology, and Implications
      Session 2: Stress: Research to Practice
      Session 3: Prevention of Toxic Stress Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms



 
Stress and Students with Significant Disabilities
01/15/2019
 
04/29/2019
 
Online
Online
Online
Dr. Robin Greenfield

 

Is this event sponsored by the district? No 
What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100
How many credits are offered? 1
Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho
What is the cost of each credit? $ 60
What are the credit requirements? 

  • 1. Participation: Participants are required to view each recorded webinar.
    2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
    *All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
    System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must earn an 80% score on each quiz
    to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
    Quiz 1 (20 points)
    Quiz 2 (20 points)
    Quiz 3 (20 points)
    3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
    4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment and must be submitted through the Idaho Training
    Clearinghouse LMS.
    *Final Assignment (100 points)
    1. After participating in the webinar series, choose a child in your classroom or a family
    member/friend who you think is under “stress” on a continual basis or at certain times
    during the day. Write a description of why you chose this individual and what situations
    and behaviors make you think he or she is under some kind of stress.
    2. Write a description of the focus person including: 1) age; 2) male or female;
    3) labeled disability or not; 4) health status (e. g., seizure disorder, uses a wheelchair); 5)
    two known likes and dislikes (e.g., likes music/doesn’t like to have hands touched).
    3. Conduct an observation(minimum of 30 minutes) of the person and write a detailed
    description that includes the following components:
    a. Time of day (e.g., 10:00 – 10:30 am)
    b. Length of observation
    c. Setting (e.g. special education classroom)
    d. Number and type of people in the setting
    e. Demands (e.g., child is being asked to use scissors to cut a piece of paper)
    f. Type of support (e.g., classroom aide is guiding child’s hand)
    g. Individual’s response (e.g., child is crying)
    h. Length of activity (e.g., 15 minutes)
    i. Additional information that you think is important about the observation. This might
    include things like noise level, lighting, activity.
    4. Based on information from the webinar series and your own experience, describe three
    things you would do differently to lessen the individual’s stress level and why.]

 

 


  • Session 1: Understanding Behavior and Understanding Students
    Session 2: Disability Related Struggles
    Session 3: Practical Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond

    Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms


 
The Problem with Behavior Problems
01/15/2019
 
04/29/2019
 
Online
Online
Online
Dr. Robin Greenfield

 

Is this event sponsored by the district? No 
What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100
How many credits are offered? 1
Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho
What is the cost of each credit? $ 60
What are the credit requirements? 

1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all
webinars in this series.
2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
* All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning Management
System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must earn an 80% score on each quiz
to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until passed.
Quiz 1 (20 points)
Quiz 2 (20 points)
Quiz 3 (20 points)
3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment (requirements listed below) must be submitted
through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.]
*Final Assignment (100 points)

 

 


    • Session 1: “Overview of Visual Support Strategies”
      Session 2: “Visual Scheduling” 
      Session 3: “Visual Support Strategies for Academic Participation and Literacy Development”  Link to Syllabus and Registration: https://idahotc.com/lms



 
Picturing Success: Improving Behavior and Enhancing Skill Development Through the Use of Visual Support Strategies
01/15/2019
 
04/29/2019
 
Online
Online
Online
Dr. Robin Greenfield

 

Is this event sponsored by the district? No 
What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 100
How many credits are offered? 1
Where is the credit offered from? University of Idaho
What is the cost of each credit? $ 60
What are the credit requirements? 

1. Participation: Participants are required to log into/attend the full period (2 hours) of all
webinars in this series. 
2. Quizzes: All quizzes must be submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
http://www.idahotc.com/lms
*All quizzes must be completed on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse Learning
Management System on the date(s) specified in the course site. Students must
earn an 80% score on each quiz to pass the course. Quizzes can be retaken until
passed.
Quiz 1 (20 points)
Quiz 2 (20 points)
Quiz 3 (20 points)
3. Survey: Participants are required to complete a course satisfaction survey.
4. Final assignment: Complete a written assignment (requirements listed below) must be
submitted through the Idaho Training Clearinghouse LMS.
*Final Assignment (10 points)
1) Identify and briefly describe a student you currently support or know.
2) Identify an academic activity or a book to adapt for the student. Use
graphic symbols (or other representations, as appropriate) to create an
adaptation that will increase the student’s participation in the academic
activity and/or support the student in engaging with a book.
3) Briefly describe why you chose the activity or book and the adaptation.

 

 


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