Be sure to mark your calendar for upcoming RSE-TASC training events!
The School-Wide Information System (SWIS) is a web-based system used to improve behavior support in schools by providing school personnel with accurate, timely, and practical information for making decisions about school environments. Participants will learn to maximize the appropriate use of SWIS. Existing SWIS schools should send all new users. New SWIS schools should send teams of 3-5 individuals who will assume the following roles: SWIS Administrator, Data Entry, and Data Analyst/Reporter. Users will receive a user name and password…Find out more »
Participation in this training is by invitation only which requires an application process. This five-day training is intended for teams made up of Special Educators (teachers and teaching assistants) and Administrators. The goal is to learn about evidence-based practices (EBPs) for students with severe disabilities and how to implement them for effective instructional opportunities that will positively impact student outcomes. Over the course of the five sessions participants will: • Complete a needs assessment on their current use and knowledge…Find out more »
Welcome to The Forum - a group developed by school staff who exclusively serve students with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The group meets four times per year to network, share updates and new initiatives, and collaboratively problem solve. In addition to the above, September's meeting will focus on teaching social skills to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Participants will learn about practical strategies that are immediately applicable to their settings and will result in improved social and behavioral outcomes…Find out more »
The Individualized Education Program is the cornerstone of the special education process for each student. It is the tool to document how one student’s special needs related to his/her disability will be met within the context of an educational environment. English Language Learners have specific needs that other students may not. In this training participants will learn those specific needs and will leave with the knowledge of how to write a more effective IEP for ELL students. To register, click…Find out more »
Check-In Check-Out (CICO) SWIS is a web-based system used to support targeted groups of students by providing school personnel with accurate, timely, and practical information for making decisions about Tier 2/Targeted interventions. Participants will learn to maximize the appropriate use of CICO-SWIS. This training is required for all school staff who have access to their school's CICO-SWIS account and who have not yet received training. To register, click here.Find out more »
The CPSE Colloquium will meet three times this year to discuss issues and best practices related to Preschool Special Education. This year some of the issues we will be discussing are behavioral supports, bilingual assessments, eligibility, least restrictive environment and the annual review process. You must register for each Colloquium separately. To register for this session, please click here.Find out more »
This three-day training is designed for new CSE, CPSE and Subcommittee Chairpersons. Participants will gain an understanding of the Chairperson's role as defined within the laws and regulations of New York State and will learn to facilitate parent participation throughout the CSE process. A specific session on the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) process will also be provided. To register, click here. Day 1: Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 Day 2: Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017 Day 3: Wednesday, Oct. 18,…Find out more »
*This is a work session designed for school teams, in which teams should bring school data and/or materials they would like to work on.* This half-day work session provides schools with an opportunity for individual consultation, professional development, and technical assistance from the RSE-TASC trainers in order to improve the fidelity of implementation for your school's social and behavior supports. We are available to help your school extend their understanding and application of evidence-based practices related to building effective multi-tiered…Find out more »
This 3-day workshop is designed for school teams of 4-5 who are ready to move forward with implementing a positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) system at their preschool program. Teams will learn about the unique application of PBIS to early childhood settings in detail, including how to collaborate with school staff to identify school-wide behavior expectations, teach appropriate social skills, develop and adhere to a school-wide acknowledgment system, and create a clear and consistent system for responding to challenging…Find out more »
This three-day training is designed for new CSE, CPSE and Subcommittee Chairpersons. Participants will gain an understanding of the Chairperson's role as defined within the laws and regulations of New York State and will learn to facilitate parent participation throughout the CSE process. A specific session on the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) process will also be provided. Day 1: Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 Day 2: Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017 Day 3: Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017Find out more »
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