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Learning to Achieve - Def of Learning of LD, Accommodations, Legal Issues etc. - May 22, 2019 Teachers,Tutors, and Program Managers: Are you looking for research-proven teaching methods to help struggling learners achieve their goals? Do you have questions about effectively serving adults with learning disabilities-- diagnosed or undiagnosed-- which, according to research, may apply to 50 to 80% of our Adult Ed population? The Learning to Achieve series provides practitioners with practical strategies developed within the learning disabilities community that work for all of our learners. We'll provide you with a solid definition of LD, and talk about legal issues in serving this population. We'll give you valuable reading and writing strategies that work for all of our learners, and talk specifically about how to teach "content", which applies to HSE, Citizenship, and more. A hallmark of the series is the module on how to teach, utilizing the Explicit Instruction model. We'll connect LD and struggling learners to workforce strategies, a topic of importance to learners and programs alike. Learning to Achieve training is required of all new paid instructional staff, and should be completed within the first year of hire. We hope you can join us for this valuable professional development opportunity! Learning to Achieve workshops are delivered in a module format, with eight modules delivered face-to-face and others delivered online. Definition of Learning Disabilities: Focuses on describing the consensus and controversies in the definition of LD, as well as their practical application (2 hrs.) Accommodations (Online module debrief): Defines and clarifies accommodations for learners with disabilities (1 hr) The debrief for this module will be part of workshop. Once you have completed the online module, print or save as a PDF your certificate of completion to bring to your face-to-face session. Also, please bring any notes you take during the online session to the face-to-face workshop for discussion purposes.You must complete the online module to attend the workshop. Legal Issues, Self-Disclosure, and Confidentiality: Focuses on identifying the legal, self-disclosure and confidentiality issues relevant to adults with LD and service providers working with them (2 hr) Approximately 1 week before training you will be mailed the confirmation that will contain the information for you to access the online learning module. **Completion of the course will count as 6 hours toward the minimum 14 hours of RAEN sponsored professional development required by NYSED annually. Trainer: Derek Poole When May 22nd, 2019 9:30 AM through 3:30 PM Location WXXI PBC 280 State Street Rochester, NY 14614 United States

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Learning to Achieve - Def of Learning of LD, Accommodations, Legal Issues etc. - May 22, 2019 Teachers,Tutors, and Program Managers: Are you looking for research-proven teaching methods to help struggling learners achieve their goals? Do you have questions about effectively serving adults with learning disabilities-- diagnosed or undiagnosed-- which, according to research, may apply to 50 to 80% of our Adult Ed population? The Learning to Achieve series provides practitioners with practical strategies developed within the learning disabilities community that work for all of our learners. We'll provide you with a solid definition of LD, and talk about legal issues in serving this population. We'll give you valuable reading and writing strategies that work for all of our learners, and talk specifically about how to teach "content", which applies to HSE, Citizenship, and more. A hallmark of the series is the module on how to teach, utilizing the Explicit Instruction model. We'll connect LD and struggling learners to workforce strategies, a topic of importance to learners and programs alike. Learning to Achieve training is required of all new paid instructional staff, and should be completed within the first year of hire. We hope you can join us for this valuable professional development opportunity! Learning to Achieve workshops are delivered in a module format, with eight modules delivered face-to-face and others delivered online. Definition of Learning Disabilities: Focuses on describing the consensus and controversies in the definition of LD, as well as their practical application (2 hrs.) Accommodations (Online module debrief): Defines and clarifies accommodations for learners with disabilities (1 hr) The debrief for this module will be part of workshop. Once you have completed the online module, print or save as a PDF your certificate of completion to bring to your face-to-face session. Also, please bring any notes you take during the online session to the face-to-face workshop for discussion purposes.You must complete the online module to attend the workshop. Legal Issues, Self-Disclosure, and Confidentiality: Focuses on identifying the legal, self-disclosure and confidentiality issues relevant to adults with LD and service providers working with them (2 hr) Approximately 1 week before training you will be mailed the confirmation that will contain the information for you to access the online learning module. **Completion of the course will count as 6 hours toward the minimum 14 hours of RAEN sponsored professional development required by NYSED annually. Trainer: Derek Poole When May 22nd, 2019 9:30 AM through 3:30 PM Location WXXI PBC 280 State Street Rochester, NY 14614 United States
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The Learning to Achieve series provides practical strategies developed within the LD community and serves all students.

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Learning to Achieve 1 - Def of Learning of LD, Accommodations, Legal Issues etc. - May 22, 2019

Teachers,Tutors, and Program Managers: Are you looking for research-proven teaching methods to help struggling learners achieve their goals? Do you have questions about effectively serving adults with learning disabilities-- diagnosed or undiagnosed-- which, according to research, may apply to 50 to 80% of our Adult Ed population?

The Learning to Achieve series provides practitioners with practical strategies developed within the learning disabilities community that work for all of our learners.

We'll provide you with a solid definition of LD, and talk about legal issues in serving this population. We'll give you valuable reading and writing strategies that work for all of our learners, and talk specifically about how to teach "content", which applies to HSE, Citizenship, and more. A hallmark of the series is the module on how to teach, utilizing the Explicit Instruction model. We'll connect LD and struggling learners to workforce strategies, a topic of importance to learners and programs alike.

Learning to Achieve training is required of all new paid instructional staff, and should be completed within the first year of hire. We hope you can join us for this valuable professional development opportunity! Learning to Achieve workshops are delivered in a module format, with eight modules delivered face-to-face and others delivered online.

Definition of Learning Disabilities: Focuses on describing the consensus and controversies in the definition of LD, as well as their practical application (2 hrs.)

Accommodations (Online module debrief): Defines and clarifies accommodations for learners with disabilities (1 hr) The debrief for this module will be part of workshop. Once you have completed the online module, print or save as a PDF your certificate of completion to bring to your face-to-face session. Also, please bring any notes you take during the online session to the face-to-face workshop for discussion purposes. You must complete the online module to attend the workshop.

Legal Issues, Self-Disclosure, and Confidentiality: Focuses on identifying the legal, self-disclosure and confidentiality issues relevant to adults with LD and service providers working with them (2 hrs.)

**Approximately 1 week before training you will be emailed the confirmation that will contain the information for you to access the online learning module.

**Completion of the course will count as 6 hours toward the minimum 14 hours of RAEN sponsored professional development required by NYSED annually.

Trainer: Derek Poole

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May 22nd, 2019 9:30 AM through 3:30 PM

Location:

WXXI PBC

280 State Street

Rochester, NY 14614

United States

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Phone: 585-258-0290

Email: mshutts@wxxi.org

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