Unless otherwise noted, all links direct to a PDF document.
Upcoming – Countywide Institute Day, March 1, 2024
Dr. Lori DeSautels, “The Eyes Are Never Quiet: Listening Behind the Behavior of Troubled Kids”
Countywide Institute Day, March 3 2023
Books by Jimmy Casas
Glenbard Parent Series
2020-2021 Brochure and Schedule
County Wide Institute Day, February 28, 2020
Collaborative and Proactive Solutions presented by Dr. Ross Greene
Having Hard Conversations presented by Jennifer Abrams
County Wide Institute Day, March 1, 2019
Impact Cycles presented by Jim Knight
Evolving Communicative Competence in School-Age Children Who Stutter presented by Kristin Chmela
Fall Institute Day, October 9, 2018
Paraprofessionals 101 presented by Barb Layer
Paraprofessionals: Supporting Students with Significant Disabilities presented by Catherine Fetscher, Lauren Lenzen, and Katie Taraska
Getting Started with CORE Vocabulary in your Classroom presented by Tricia Sharkey
CORE Vocabulary Implementation: ‘Make and Take’ presented by Tricia Sharkey
Behavior Support Planning presented by Jen Tate
Executive Functioning for the Classroom presented by Tracy Kunce
LSCI 101 presented by Kim Borri
Unique Learning Systems presented by Karrie Welch
Including Special Needs Students in your Related Arts Class presented by Tara McCarthy
Spring County-Wide Institute Day, March 2, 2018
Creating a Trauma Informed School: Implementing School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports presented by Diane LaMaster
Effects of Poverty and Adverse Childhood Experiences on Language, Cognitive Development and School Achievement: Research and Best Practices presented by Martha S. Burns, Ph.D.: Presentation Slides
November Professional Development
11/13/2017: Vision Rehabilitation Therapy for Teachers of the Vision Impaired: What Can You Do? presented by Polly Abbott, CVRT: Presentation Slides
11/09/2017: OT and PT Ethics Training presented by Beth Obremski and Jane Ruge
October Professional Development
10/24/2017: How Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Impact Your Students and Steps to Build Resiliency presented by Tom Bradach and Juanona Brewster: Presentation Slides
Fall Institute Date, October 10, 2017
Mental Health Concerns and Strategies in Children and Adolescents presented by Jacki Rhew, MA, CADC, LCPC and Dr. Michael Feld, MD Psychiatry
IEP Goal Writing: Moving from Good to Great presented by Cynthia Baasten, LLC
County Wide Institute Day, March 3, 2017
Leading Responsive Classrooms Through Differentiation presented by Carol Ann Tomlinson, Ed. D.
Tips and Techniques for Successful Articulation Remediation presented by Char Boshart, M.A., CCC-SLP
Supporting Transgender Students, Common Medications Prescribed to Students, School Refusal Behaviors, and Health Risk Behaviors Among Gender Expansive Youth presented by Dr. Eric Nolan, M.D.
Working with Trans and Gender Expansive Youth presented by Angella McDonald, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Activity-Focussed Motor Interventions With Children in Preschool and School-Based Settings presented by CASE Physical Therapists: Beka Grimm, Diane Colley, Jennifer Dunham, Jane Ruge, and Julie Segatti: References and Resources.
Evidence Based Practices in School Occupational Therapy presented by CASE Occupational Therapists:
Differentiation in Physical Education presented by Tara McCarthy, M.S. Ed.; Adapted Physical Education
February Professional Development
2/21/2017: ADOS-2 Clinical Introductory Workshop by Jennifer Gorski, Ph.D.: Slides for Day 1, Slides for Day 2.
December Professional Development
12/7/2016: Executive Functioning Skills presented by Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP: printable handout.
Fall Institute Day, October 11, 2016
The Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders: Strategies to Navigate the Anxieties, Moods, and Emotions of Young People presented by Dr. Steven Feifer
Bilingual Therapy for Children with Cochlear Implants (PPTX) (210MB) presented by Michael Douglas, CCC-SLP, LSLS, Certified AVT. Book, Dual-Language Learning forChildren with Hearing Loss, available from MED-EL USA.