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SELPA Trainings at a Glance
Trainings at a Glance 2018-19

SELPA Tentative Training Schedule 2018-19
SELPA-wide Trainings 18-19

positive alternatives to school exclusion

Date: February 6, 2019

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (8:00 check-in)

Location: 1859 Bird Street, Oroville,  CA  95965

How do you handle chronic misbehavior? Over the past two decades, educators have begun to adopt proven, research-based alternatives to harsh school removal practices. In this training, participants will explore proven alternative approaches that help create environments for students to be successful both behaviorally and social/emotionally while maintaining consistent and equitable accountability for their actions.

Cost: $10

Registration: https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-158944

Flyer: Flyer: Positive Alternatives

L.R.E. AND THE LEARNING CENTER MODEL

FEBRUARY 19, 2019
12:30 - 3:30 P.M.

BCOE BOARD ROOM - 1859 Bird Street, Oroville

This training is for team members looking for creative solutions for inclusion at the elementary level. The least restrictive environment isn't just some abstract concept in special education land. The extent to which your programs include special education students has a direct impact on student achievement, graduation, dropout rates, school climate, attendance, compliance, and student and parent engagement.

$10.00 - space is limited
Cancellation Deadline: February 15, 2019

Register at: https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-162499

Flyer: LRE Flyer

DECONSTRUCTING EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE ELIGIBILITY

When: February 27, 2018
Where: BCOE Boardroom
1850 Bird Street, Oroville,  CA  95965

$10 includes Coffee/tea and Lunch 

Registration required: 

Morning Session: 
8:30 - 11:30 https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-159919

Afternoon Session: 
12:30 - 3:30  https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-159923

Presented by Aaron Benton, Matt Darlington, Elizabeth Edgington and Sara Sutherland

Identification under emotional disturbance can be tricky, especially when it comes to discerning conduct and behavior from a true emotional disturbance under IDEA and Education Code. Combining an analysis of Butte County data, state guidelines, and case law decisions addressing ED, trainers will provide a thorough coverage of the topic that will ensure school teams will utilize best practices in school psychology in ED assessment and decision-making.

Checks or POs made out to:
Butte County SELPA c/o Jenny Dolan 1870 Bird St, Oroville, CA

Registration questions? Contact Carla Geyer (530) 532-5922 or cgeyer@bcoe.org. 

Conference questions? Contact:  
Aaron Benton (530) 532-5621  abenton@bcoe.org

For Flyer Details: Flyer

LEARNING THE R.O.P.E.S FOR IMPROVED EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING

R.O.P.E.S Training Location: BCOE Board Room, 1859 Bird St. Oroville 

Training Days and Times: March 6, 2019 8:30‐4:30 (lunch provided) 
Participants: Limited to 40 
Training Fee: Free for Parents of Butte County students - (limited to the first 7 registered)  

* $125 for school staff working in Butte County 

* $150 outside of Butte County SELPA *preference given to parents and school employees in Butte County 

Includes: Choice of book #1 R.O.P.E.S book with companion forms CD. #2 The Study Skills Curriculum: Developing Organized Successful Students Elementary-High School

Register: https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-162286

Flyer:  ropesflyer19final

UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA

Monday, March 11, 2019
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Chico School District Conference Room - 1163 7th Street, Chico

An overview training for parents and educators focused on how trauma and chronic stress impacts brain development and behavior.

Presented by Kay Paden - Program Specialst

Reserve your seat today - no cost
Register: https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-162503

Flyer:Trauma CAC

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES TO INCREASE POSITIVE BEHAVIORS OF STUDENTS WITH AUTISM

Date: March 29, 2019
9:00 - 4:00 (COFFEE AND REGISTRATION 8:30)

BCOE - LINCOLN CENTER 

1870 Bird Street, Oroville

TOPIC/OVERVIEW

This workshop will provide information on how to find EBPs for Students with Autism and actually create walk away materials right in the workshop to use with students the next day. A large focus will be on Applied Behavior Analysis (not a take and make). You will also get a chance to discuss specific cases with our BCBA.

Intended Audience: General and Special Education teachers, Specialists, Administration

Register:  https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-162450

Flyer:  EBP ASD behavior flyer2019 (2)

Universal Design For Learning In The Classroom

When: APRIL 2, 2019  (8:30 - 4:00 P.M)
Where: Chico State University - BMU Room 210

Cost: $120 includes: Coffee/tea and lunch 

Registration required: https://bcoe.k12oms.org/2224-154964 

Presented by Author Dr. Katie Novak

Teachers will learn strategies to make inclusion successful for all learners!  Don't miss this dynamic presentation on how to create an engaging learning environment based on brain research & the principles of UDL!

Registration /cancellation deadline: March 26, 2019
Checks/PO's made payable 

For Flyer Details:  UDL FlyerApr 2 2019