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Spotlight on Successful Practices (School Age Only)

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Clackamas Community College

19600 S Molalla Ave

Oregon City, OR 97045

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*This session is for School Age ONLY*

A general session in the morning provides ODE a time to focus on Procedural Compliance Review, the Spotlight on Consolidated Planning and general updates. Representatives from the ODE County Contact Team will present a high level overview of Procedural Compliance Review within the System Performance Review and Improvement (SPR&I) Process. Participants will consider and discuss their own process as we review standards and lessons learned from verification visits. The focus of this workshop is to provide participants with an overview of the Consolidated Plan (CP) cycle. Participants will explore critical considerations in the data analysis and action planning components of this process, determine challenges, and identify potential solutions. Participants will leave the session with at least one strategy or goal for improving their team’s Consolidated Plan development.

In the afternoon, staff will select one of the following four workshops:

What's In Your Backpack? Tertiary Issues in Supporting Student Success: In this afternoon session, participants will focus on, Behavior Considerations in the IEP, Abbreviated School Day, New FBA/BIP Legislation and Restraint & Seclusion. Participants should come prepared for interactive dialogue and will need to bring an IEP (or have access to their IEP system).

From Screening to Possible Referral and Evaluation: Examining the Special Education Process Through a Dyslexia Lens: This session will walk participants through the process of initial child find through potential special education placement through a dyslexia lens. ODE Education Specialists will discuss what to watch for in the universal screening process and the importance of progress monitoring to determine students’ response to instruction. Participants will learn about informal diagnostic assessments that can be used to collect more in depth information on phonological awareness, decoding, and spelling for those students who are not responding to initial instructional support. A student case study will be presented to demonstrate how the information from screening, progress monitoring and the informal assessments can be used to help determine those students who may/should be referred for a special education evaluation. Presenters will model how the data collected from the evaluation and other sources can be used to set appropriate IEP goals and further intensify and individualize instruction.

Spotlight on IEPs: Targeting Quality through Connections: The focus of this workshop is to provide participants an opportunity to engage in activities highlighting the IEP through-line; specifically, we will explore the importance of present level narrative, appropriate goals and their connection. Educators will also have the opportunity to share challenges and solutions relevant to IEP development. Participants will leave the session with at least one improved goal. Please note: Staff need to either bring a current IEP or have access on a laptop.

Charting a Course for the Future: Transition Planning: In this interactive session, presenters will review transition planning and the 8 transition standards for successful transition from school to post-secondary education/training, and employment. Attendees will utilize the 2018-2019 Oregon Transition Resource Handbook as a tool to help guide, update, and complete a draft transition IEP. Participants will need to bring a transition IEP or have access to their IEP system to use throughout the afternoon.


Participants will be on their own for lunch.

NOTE: The Oregon Department of Education complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you need accommodations for this event, please notify the Department at 503-947-5823 at least 10 business days prior to the event so that necessary arrangements can be made.

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