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Saturday, August 27
 

8:00am PDT

Universal Design for Learning- Elementary
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

**ALLTEACHERS WHO ATTEND WILL BE PAID THE STANDARD PER HOUR RATE FOR 6.5 hrs**

This training is designed for both general education and special education staff.  It will be in a workshop format that will share numerous instructional supports/resources with you, while allowing you time to apply what you have learned to your curriculum and instruction.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that gives ALL individuals an opportunity to learn. 

UDL creates a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that for EVERYONE. It is not a single, one size fits all solution, but rather flexible approaches that can be adjusted for individual needs.

Attendees should bring a laptop/tablet, if they have one.  Please bring one area of curriculum/instruction that you would like to focus on.  


Moderators
avatar for Kate Dampier

Kate Dampier

Program Specialist, 133322-

Speakers

Saturday August 27, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Thursday, September 8
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 2.
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Tuesday, September 20
 

8:00am PDT

504 Coordinator Training
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Introduction and overview of 504 plans. How to create, implement, and monitor 504 plans for students on your school sites.  

The on site training piece will be 2.5 hrs and then coordinators will be expected to return to their sites to work on their site's 504s and make plans for the year.   

Please make subsitute arrangments with your site secretary.  

Speakers
avatar for Jennette Vanderpool

Jennette Vanderpool

Program Specialist, LEUSD


Tuesday September 20, 2016 8:00am - 2:30pm PDT
Old Board Room, District Office, Bldg. A
 
Monday, September 26
 

3:00pm PDT

Facilitation Skills for LEUSD Trainers & Instructional Tech Coaches
Limited Capacity filling up

Give your trainings and professional development sessions some PIZAZZ! Learn how to incorporate the principles of adult learning and instructional strategies into your sessions. Make your sessions relevant, motivational, and interactive- Making your work as a trainer easier!

Moderators
avatar for Kate Dampier

Kate Dampier

Program Specialist, 133322-

Speakers
LB

Laura Bowen

California Teachers' Association


Monday September 26, 2016 3:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Old Board Room, District Office, Bldg. A
 
Tuesday, October 11
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 1.
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday October 11, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, October 13
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 2.
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday October 13, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, October 20
 

8:00am PDT

CPI Nonviolent Crisis Prevention
The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non-harmful, behavior management system. Designed to help human service professionals provide for the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security, of disruptive, assultive, and out-of-control individuals even during their most violent moments.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday October 20, 2016 8:00am - 2:30pm PDT
Ortega High School Gym
 
Saturday, November 5
 

8:00am PDT

Universal Design for Learning-High and Middle School
Limited Capacity seats available

**ALLTEACHERS WHO ATTEND WILL BE PAID THE STANDARD PER HOUR RATE FOR 6.5 hrs**

This training is designed for both general education and special education staff.  It will be in a workshop format that will share numerous instructional supports/resources with you, while allowing you time to apply what you have learned to your curriculum and instruction.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that gives ALL individuals an opportunity to learn. 

UDL creates a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that for EVERYONE. It is not a single, one size fits all solution, but rather flexible approaches that can be adjusted for individual needs.

Attendees should bring a laptop/tablet, if they have one.  Please bring one area of curriculum/instruction that you would like to focus on.  


Moderators
avatar for Jennette Vanderpool

Jennette Vanderpool

Program Specialist, LEUSD

Speakers

Saturday November 5, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Tuesday, December 6
 

8:00am PST

CPI Nonviolent Crisis Prevention
The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non-harmful, behavior management system. Designed to help human service professionals provide for the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security, of disruptive, assultive, and out-of-control individuals even during their most violent moments.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday December 6, 2016 8:00am - 2:30pm PST
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Tuesday, January 24
 

8:00am PST

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 1.
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday January 24, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PST
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, January 26
 

8:00am PST

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 2.
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday January 26, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PST
Mental Health Training Center
 
Saturday, February 4
 

8:00am PST

Universal Design for Learning- All Levels
Limited Capacity filling up

**ALLTEACHERS WHO ATTEND WILL BE PAID THE STANDARD PER HOUR RATE FOR 6.5 hrs**

This training is designed for both general education and special education staff.  It will be in a workshop format that will share numerous instructional supports/resources with you, while allowing you time to apply what you have learned to your curriculum and instruction.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that gives ALL individuals an opportunity to learn. 

UDL creates a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that for EVERYONE. It is not a single, one size fits all solution, but rather flexible approaches that can be adjusted for individual needs.

Attendees should bring a laptop/tablet, if they have one.  Please bring one area of curriculum/instruction that you would like to focus on.  


Moderators
avatar for Kate Dampier

Kate Dampier

Program Specialist, 133322-

Speakers

Saturday February 4, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PST
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Tuesday, February 28
 

8:00am PST

CPI Nonviolent Crisis Prevention
The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non-harmful, behavior management system. Designed to help human service professionals provide for the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security, of disruptive, assultive, and out-of-control individuals even during their most violent moments.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday February 28, 2017 8:00am - 2:30pm PST
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Tuesday, March 28
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 1.
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, March 30
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 2.
Limited Capacity filling up

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday March 30, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Saturday, April 1
 

8:00am PDT

Universal Design for Learning- Title 1 schools only
Limited Capacity seats available

**Teachers from Title 1 Sites Only**  **Those who have already attended, may not attend again for pay**

This training delivered by West Ed trainer, Debra Herburger,  is designed for both general education and special education staff.  It will be in a workshop format that will share numberous instructional supports/resources with you while allowing you time to apply what you have leraned to your curriculum and instruction.

 

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that gives ALL individuals an opportunity to learn. 

UDL creates a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments for EVERYONE.  It is not a single, one size fits all solution, but rather a flexible approach that can be adjusted for individual needs.

Attendees should bring a laptop/table, if they have one.  Please bring one area of curriculum/instruction that you would like to focus on. 


Moderators
avatar for Kate Dampier

Kate Dampier

Program Specialist, 133322-

Speakers

Saturday April 1, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B
 
Tuesday, April 18
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 1.
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday April 18, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Thursday, April 20
 

8:00am PDT

Boys Town Teaching Social Skills in School Day 2.
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a 2-day training. Participants must attend both days. Teaching Social Skills in schools is based on proven interventions from the Boys Town Education Model that brings structure and consistency to direct social skills training within your PBIS framework. Join us for a 2-day training focused on how to identify appropriate social skills to teach students regardless of your role in the school, or the difficulty of the student.

  • Learn how to create and maintain safe environments
  • Discover the correlations between student behavior and academic performance
  • Discuss researched and proven components of efficient classroom management
  • Acquire behavior management techniques, including observation and preparation, that will help prevent disruption and maintain a culture of calm.
  • Gain tools to correct inappropriate behavior immediately and understand the effectiveness of using praise more often than correction to shape behavior.
  • Identify when and how to teach basic social skills, including following instructions, disagreeing appropriately, accepting criticism/consequences, talking with others, showing respect, accepting "No" for an answer, introducing yourself and showing sensitivity to others.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Thursday April 20, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm PDT
Mental Health Training Center
 
Tuesday, April 25
 

8:00am PDT

CPI Nonviolent Crisis Prevention
The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non-harmful, behavior management system. Designed to help human service professionals provide for the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security, of disruptive, assultive, and out-of-control individuals even during their most violent moments.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Crow

Corey Crow

Program Specialist: Mental Health, Lake Elsinore USD
I am proud to be a teacher. I have worked in education for over sixteen years now. I began teaching in Lake Elsinore at David A. Brown Middle School in 2006. I am currently a program specialist for LEUSD. My duties include supporting our MH team, alternative education programs, social... Read More →


Tuesday April 25, 2017 8:00am - 2:30pm PDT
New Board Room, District Office, Bldg. B