An Energized Network Day with Experts
Be proactive in mitigating Dyslexia Law! Hear from a lawyer that will include presentations from a legal perspective to help districts meet the challenges. Get information about Ohio’s Learning standards and extended standards from OCALI. Attend a LUNCH and LEARN session for more information.
Friday, February 10, 2023
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
You are welcome to spend the day and benefit from all sessions
or choose a session of your choice
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Special Education Network
hosted by: Jen Crum and presented by: Shawna Benson
Shawna Benson, Center for Teaching Diverse Learners, with OCALI, will be presenting via zoom on the importance of knowing Ohio’s Learning Standards and Extended Standards deeply, along with utilizing the progressions to fill students’ instructional gaps. This work ties into understanding the Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities, the flow chart for determining students who will be assessed using the AASCD and provide teacher clarity for providing a rigorous core instruction for all. In addition, Shawna has done extensive work in the areas of special education and literacy that applies the tenets of the science of reading so that each child has access to the general curriculum.
11:30 am - 12:55
“Lunch and Learn”
Two sessions to choose from pick one
Session 1 - Dr. Burke
Systems of Accountability and Monitoring
Join Dr. Burke in the Leadership Lunch and Learn to discuss how leaders can use systems of monitoring and accountability to drive school improvement. “We have to monitor what’s important!”
Session 2 - Dr. Baker
Test Coordinator Network
Join your host Allyson Baker during the Lunch and Learn session to hear from ODE’s Scott Bryant, Testing Operations: Diagnostic
3 - 8, to present and overview of the Centralized Reporting System and how to problem solve a “testing incident.”
**Please note this network has changed from 10:00 am to 11:30 am for this day only.
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM - CIA Network
hosted by Carrie Wood and presented by: Kerry Agins
Kerry Agins a lawyer with Agins & Gillman, LLC will be presenting. This in-person training will address practical considerations and challenges associated with implementing the Dyslexia guidebook requirements for primary and secondary. This intermediate-to-advanced training will go beyond a simple understanding of the provisions, and address implementation strategies, practical advice, and anticipated challenges that Districts may face with the process of implementing the assessment, reporting, intervention, and training requirements inherent in the Guidelines.
Register Here – Space is limited for this event, and we are expecting it to fill quickly.
Cost is Free for Client districts
Non Client districts the cost is $25.00 per registrant
Registration will close on February 2, 2023
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center
890 West Fourth Street
Mansfield OH, 44906
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