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Special Education Administration
Webinar Series: SPED C.A.M.P. (Campus Administrators Making Progress for Students in Special Education

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Important Session Information:

2021-2022 Professional Development Series Cooperative: $0.00

SPED C.A.M.P. Webinar Series

ESC-20 Statewide Special Education Liaisons have developed a webinar series designed specifically for Campus Administrators to learn more about creating successful school programs that meet the needs of students with disabilities. Campus Administrators Making Progress for Students in Special Education (SPED C.A.M.P.) features 10 one-hour webinars to be delivered from ESC-20 experts.  

Register to watch LIVE from 1:30 pm -2:30 pm on the dates listed below, or plan to watch the webinar recording emailed to you after the webinar is completed. 

Join SPED C.A.M.P at any point throughout the school year and have access to all pre-recorded webinars and handouts. 

Please NOTE: After you complete your registration you will receive a registration confirmation via email that contains the ZOOM link to view the webinars AND a link to a Google folder for access to download the handouts and view the recorded webinars afterwards. 

If you do not receive the registration confirmation email, please check your JUNK/SPAM inbox. 

Reminder emails will be sent 1-2 days prior to each scheduled webinar with webinar link and handout information. 

The 2021-2022 SPED C.A.M.P. webinar series includes:

1. September 13, 2021 

The Administrator’s Role in Behavior/Discipline Disproportionality Issues

 In this session, campus administrators will be provided training and resources that will assist with developing policies and procedures to reduce racial and ethnic disproportionality in school discipline. 

2. October 18, 2021

Tips for Administrators to Strengthen Partnerships with Families 

Administrators play a critical role in establishing systems and setting expectations for proactively engaging families. Research proves that when families and schools partner together to support academic learning in the school and home, student academic achievement increases. 
This session will focus on specific ways administrators can create a welcoming campus environment for families, establish effective communication strategies, and tips for dispute resolution.  

3. November 15, 2021     

Dyslexia Updates for Administrators 

Join ESC-20 Dyslexia consultants as they provide timely and hot topic updates on all things Dyslexia. 

4.  December 13, 2021          

Administrative Overview of Multi-tiered System of Supports

This session will provide administrators with the foundational understanding of the Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework that includes academic, behavior, and mental health supports for all students. Learn how the framework is designed and the importance of data-driven decisions and collaboration within its tiers. This course is an introductory course in a series of MTSS course pathways created by the TIER Network in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and is a wonderful starting place to build upon future, more in-depth offerings in this series.


5. January 31, 2022      

Administrators Supporting Teachers with Behavior Management Issues

In this session, administrators will gain effective strategies to address behavior management concerns by empowering teachers and supporting teacher-led interventions for positive change.

6. February 28, 2022

For Administrators: Connecting Disability, PLAAFP, and IEP Goal

It’s very important that administrators understand the IEP development process to better understand the needs of the students on their campus receiving special education services. In this session, administrators will review the necessary components to recognize a well-written PLAAFP and how appropriate IEP goals are created from current individual critical needs.

7. March 28, 2022

 For Administrators: Alternatives to Disciplinary Removal and Restorative Practices

This session will consider alternative approaches to address behavior concerns with an emphasis on restorative practices.

8. April 18, 2022 

The Administrator's Role in Supporting Post-Secondary IEP Goal Development & Implementation

This session will address what the campus administrator needs to know to recognize effective, well written IEP goals that address measurable post-secondary outcomes, including goals that address employment, independent living skills, and education and training. In addition, helpful tips and tools will be provided to guide administrators on ways to  ensure implementation and high level instruction for students.

9. May 16, 2022

The Administrator's Role in Supporting & Improving Campus Early Childhood Special Education Programs

This session will focus on clarifying the administrator’s role in supporting a continuum of services and instruction in the early childhood setting. Resources will be presented along with ways to initiate, expand, and implement a continuum of services on your campus.

10. June 13, 2022

Tips for Administrators to Help Parents Contrast School-Based and Medical Therapy Services

Healthcare providers frequently tell parents what school therapy should be provided, what it should focus on, and/or how much school therapy should be provided.  Then parents’ expectations are violated when The ARD Committee implements the decision-making process that may not result in similar recommendations, causing confusion and resentment.  This session will help school administrators contrast the medical model of therapy services (e.g., speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc.) with the school model required by IDEA.  Participating administrators will be equipped to better understand and respond to parents’ concerns that their child is not receiving appropriate educational services.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(10) CPE - TEA Provider #015950
Seats Available:
Contact Person:
Kimberly Baumgardner
Cindi Bowling
Julia Eyer
Katy Kloberdanz
Kelly Joseph
Kim Lowe
Kimberly Baumgardner
Michelle Candland
Priscilla Molina
Rebecca Lopez
Samuel Gonzalez
Sarah Ford
Tammie Sinclair
Date Time Location
9/13/2021 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
10/18/2021 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
11/15/2021 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
12/13/2021 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
1/31/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
2/28/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
3/28/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
4/18/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
5/16/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
6/13/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
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