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



ESC-20 provides training, technical assistance and resources for complying with state and federal regulations, state monitoring systems and federal funding requirements.
 


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Important Session Information:


SPED C.A.M.P. Virtual Series

ESC-20 Statewide Special Education Liaisons have developed a virtual 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 9 one-hour virtual sessions to be delivered from ESC-20 experts.  

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

Join SPED C.A.M.P at any point throughout the school year and have access to all recorded sessions 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 virtual sessions AND a link to a Google folder for access to download the handouts and view the recorded sessions 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 virtual session with ZOOM link and handout information. 

The 2022-2023 SPED C.A.M.P. webinar series includes:

1. September 19, 2022: STAAR Redesign
This session will include an in depth exploration of the redesigned STAAR assessment components and their alignment to classroom experiences.

2. October 24, 2022: The Administrator’s Role in Supporting Effective Teaching Teams in Early Childhood Special Education
This session will target the administrator’s role in creating and supporting strong, collaborative, and effective teaching teams Early Childhood Special Education settings. Resources will be presented along with ideas on how to clearly define roles and responsibilities as well as indicators of high quality adult child interactions that should be present in the classroom to ensure positive outcomes.  

3. November 14, 2022: MTSS/504: What you need to know
This session will look at the main components of Section 504 and the MTSS framework. We will provide an overview of the requirements of Section 504 and the formation of a MTSS team and their roles in the framework. 

4. December 12, 2022: What Administrators Need to Know About IEP Implementation 
This session will take a close look at the key components of the IEP such as the PLAAFP and IEP goals that provide vital information for the effective development and implementation of IEPs. We will also cover how specially designed instruction is necessary for IEP implementation and the many components we consider in its design for individuals.

5. January 9, 2023: Master Scheduling Best Practices: Implications for Students Receiving Special Education Services 
This session will provide general practices and lessons learned that will help guide you into understanding the development of a master schedule and how it can support prioritizing campus goals, including scheduling for students receiving special education services. 

6. February 13, 2023: Dyslexia Intervention Fidelity and Why It Matters
This session will include an overview of the components required of dyslexia intervention programs and the importance of program implementation with fidelity. 

7. March 20, 2023: The Disagreed ARD
This session will outline the procedures to follow when there is disagreement in the ARD. Learn how to be proactive, maintain compliance and how to navigate the process with confidence. 

8. April 17, 2023: SPED Graduation Rules and Requirements
 
This session will include state laws and rules as they apply to graduation requirements, for students who receive special education services. 
       TAC 89.1070 and TAC Chapter 74
•        PEIMS Codes for courses, 
•        Graduation codes, 
•        Earning an endorsement with modified content,
•        College Career Military Readiness (CCMR) Standards, and
•        Eligibility.

9. May 15, 2023: HB 785 Impact and Tips for Administrative Decisions
This session will provide an opportunity to explore how HB 785 has impacted administrative decisions and consider tips moving forward to maintain compliance while meeting student needs. 

 

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Session ID:
88302
Credits Available:
(9) CPE - TEA Provider #015950
Seats Available:
181
Fee:
$125.00
Contact Person:
Kimberly Baumgardner
Instructor(s):
Daniel Galdeano
Julia Eyer
Kelly Joseph
Kelly-Anne Carroll
Kimberly Baumgardner
Megan Lozano
Michael Torres
Michelle Candland
Priscilla Molina
Rebecca Lopez
Samuel Gonzalez
Sarah Ford
Date Time Location
9/19/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
10/24/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
11/14/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
12/12/2022 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
1/9/2023 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
2/13/2023 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
3/20/2023 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
4/17/2023 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
5/15/2023 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting3
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