Office of Special Services Modules, Micro-Credentials, and Courses

  • Type of Professional Learning

    Title

    Description

    Registration Information

    Module

    IEP Etiquette

    This module provides participants with tips and strategies to conduct an effective IEP meeting. Within the module, participants will gain knowledge on How to Prepare for an IEP meeting, what to do if an Attorney attends, and other topics related to conducting an effective IEP meeting. This module is intended for General & Special Education Teachers, Related Service Providers, and LEAs (School Administrators). Upon completion of the module, there will be an assessment to follow. If you have any questions, contact Special Services Consultants, Shayla Dease at shayla.dease@richlandone.org or Neaco Green at neaco.green@richlandone.org. Course @21932
    Module  

    Creating a Climate that Produces an Achievement Mindset

    This module defines what an achievement mindset is and provides insight on how to support children in developing an achievement mindset. This module is for teachers in every subject area and every grade level.  If you have any questions, please contact Frank Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant, at (803) 231-6833. Course #21954
    Module

    Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

    In this module, participants will explore the meaning of culturally relevant teaching as well as the components that comprise culturally relevant teaching. This module is for teachers in every subject area and at every grade level. If you have any questions, please contact Frank Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant, (803) 231-6833. Course #21956
    Module

    Developing a Compliant Prior Written Notice

    This module is designed to build capacity in our special services team leads by providing instruction in the federal regulations and district procedures for Prior Written Notices.  Participants will learn the purpose and appropriate steps for creating a compliant Prior Written Notice.  This module is designed for Special Services Teachers.   Course #21937
    Module    

    Managing Classroom Discipline

    This module is designed to build classroom management skills and build capacity in our special services staff. After completing this module special services staff will be able to develop a system to help students to gain behavioral, social and academic success in a structured environment; discover ways to address behavioral concerns displayed by students; identify the components required to address the behavioral needs of students with a disability. This module is designed for special services teachers, providers and support staff.  If you have questions about this module, please contact Program Consultant, Dr. Kendrick Roach, at kendrick.roach@richlandone.org. Course #21940
     Module  Amending an IEP in Enrich 

    This module is designed to build capacity in special services team leads by providing instruction in the procedures for completing IEP Amendments using the Enrich program.  Participants will learn the appropriate steps for completing IEP Amendments with and without IEP meetings, including the new pre-approval requirements for amending an IEP without a meeting.  This module is designed for Special Services Teachers.  

    Course #21927