D’Arcy Greenleaf
Administrative Assistant Central Office

CASE provides member districts with consultation, training and coaching in response to individual needs. CASE utilizes the talent and expertise of experienced staff members who tailor professional development opportunities that meets specific learning objectives and supports an increasingly diverse population of students. As an approved provider for licensed OTs, PTs, SW, and SLPs, CASE can meet the training requirements for specialized licensed staff.

Some examples of CASE training and coaching includes the following:

  • FBA/BIP/behavior observations, data collection,
  • VB-MAPP training, coaching, modeling, implementation
  • Brockport Training/Individualized Coaching
  • APE 101
  • Co-Teaching in the PE setting
  • Effective classroom management techniques (I.e. CHAMPS)
  • LEA Training
  • Running an Effective and Efficient IEP
  • Special Education Legal Update/Information
  • Parent training and coaching
  • PBIS coaching/implementation
  • SEL Overview and implementation
  • Life Space Crisis (LSCI) training/modeling
  • TEACCH training and implementation
  • Inclusion Coaching
  • Co-teaching
  • Bullying prevention and restorative justice
  • Transition planning
  • Assistive technology
  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
  • DLM
  • Formative Assessment
  • Classroom accommodations/differentiation (behavior, learning disabilities, physical handicaps etc.)
  • Training paraprofessionals (group “SIP day”)/individual)
  • Increasing Independence (Prompt Hierarchy and Fade plans)
  • Role of a Para Professional in Schools
  • Data collection and analysis support, instructional interventions, and fidelity monitoring
  • Problem Solving
  • Response to Intervention
  • Direct Instruction
  • Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training/modeling

Additional trainings are developed in response to district needs.