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Course List

Courses listed in GREEN are specific to special education.

Foundations 102 112 104 101 107 111

• The First Day on the Job • Working with Official and Immediate Supervisors • Understanding the Many Types of Special Programs • Understanding Inclusion • Individual Student and Program Information • Paraeducator Roles and Responsibilities in Inclusive Classrooms 116 • Classroom Instructional Arrangements 230 • Assisting Students on the School Bus

Professional and Ethical Practice 103 • Confidentiality 211 • Confidentiality II: FERPA and HIPAA 239 • Professionalism for Paraeducators 218 • Signs of Abuse or Neglect: What Paraeducators Need to Know 217 • A Look at the Impact of Poverty 234 • Building and Maintaining Respectful Relationships with Students 115 • Developing Positive Communication Skills 180 • Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills for Paraeducators 113 • Communicating with Student Teams 226 • Understanding Common Concerns of Families of Individuals with Disabilities 105 • An Introduction to IDEA’s 13 Areas of Disability (Part I) 106 • An Introduction to IDEA’s 13 Areas of Disability (Part II)

Health and First Aid 153 • Bloodborne Pathogens 154 • Introduction to Emergency Action Principles 155 • Providing Care in an Emergency

Development and Characteristics of Learners 203 • Characteristics of Young Adolescents 157 • Characteristics of Adolescents with Disabilities 177 • Understanding Early Childhood Disabilities 149 • Assisting Students in the Development of Social Skills 219 • Teaching Students About the Hidden Curriculum 201 • Brain-Based Learning (Part I) 202 • Brain-Based Learning (Part II)

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Supporting Student Behavior 110 • Classroom and Behavior Management 124 • Providing Positive Behavioral Supports for Individual Students 123 • Implementing and Monitoring Behavior Intervention Plans 160 • Supporting Students with Attentional Concerns 161 • Supporting Students Who Are Noncompliant 197 • Student Behavior: Noncompliance and Being Out of Seat 198 • Student Behavior: Inappropriate Language and Inappropriate Touching 206 • Student Behavior: Property Destruction and Self Injury 169 • Strategies to Defuse a Defiant Student 182 • Managing a Student in Crisis 223 • Bullying Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention 237 • Anxiety in Children and Teens 238 • Complex Trauma in Children

Supporting Classroom Instruction 108 • Introduction to Accommodations and Modifications 109 • Supporting Students with Accommodations and Modifications 114 • Monitoring Student Progress 117 • Taking Instructional or Behavioral Data 213 • Helping vs. Hovering: How to Avoid the “Helicopter” Effect 235 • Helping Students Become Successful Readers 170 • Helping Struggling Readers Learn from Text 162 • Supporting Reading Instruction in All Content Areas (Part I) 163 • Supporting Reading Instruction in All Content Areas (Part II) 121 • Supporting Organizational Skill Development 221 • Helping Middle School Students Improve Organization Skills 159 • Assisting Students with Work Completion 158 • The Roles of Paraeducators in Promoting Active Learning 205 • Encouraging Student Response and Engagement 236 • What Is Response to Intervention (RtI)? 222 • The Importance of Assessments in Special Education 214 • Using Discrete Trial Teaching in the Classroom

Early Childhood 178 • Developmentally Appropriate Practices in Early Childhood 228 • Early Literacy 231 • Early Math 233 • Early Science

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Supporting Disabilities 181 • Supporting Students with Specific Learning Disabilities 216 • Supporting Adolescents Who Have Learning Disabilities in Writing 193 • Supporting Students with Speech or Language Impairments 212 • Further Strategies for Supporting Students with Speech or Language Impairments 227 • Understanding ADHD and the Role of the Paraeducator 168 • Supporting Students with Severe Emotional Disturbance 204 • Understanding Mental Health Disorders 141 • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Essential Facts 142 • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Social Interactions and Skill Development 143 • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Communication 144 • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Challenging Behaviors 209 • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Prompting Strategies 225 • Implementing Visual Supports for Students with Developmental Disabilities 229 • Understanding Down Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome 122 • Providing Personal and Physical Support for Students with Physical Disabilities 140 • Understanding Students with Severe and/or Multiple Disabilities 152 • Feeding Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities 208 • Supporting Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries 167 • Working with Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing 165 • Working with Students with Low Vision 166 • Working with Students Who Are Blind 240 • Welcoming Students with Visual Impairments 241 • Welcoming Students with Visual Impairments: Social Skills 242 • Welcoming Students with Visual Impairments: Orientation and Mobility 243 • Welcoming Students with Visual Impairments: Low Vision 150 • Transition: Building Skills for a Successful Adulthood 232 • Supporting Career Exploration for Students with Disabilities 179 • Community-Based Instruction

English as a Second Language 125 • General Understanding 126 • Avoiding Common Pitfalls 127 • Fostering a Positive and Productive Classroom Environment 128 • Strategies and Techniques for Student Success 129 • Assessing Students

Supporting Instruction 118 • TITLE I Reading 119 • TITLE I Writing 120 • TITLE I Mathematics

Reading Skills 130 • TITLE I Narrative Texts 131 • TITLE I Informative Texts 132 • TITLE I Decoding Language and Utilizing Layout

Writing Skills 133 • TITLE I Parts of Speech and Effective Sentences 134 • TITLE I Mechanics of Writing

Mathematics Skills 135 • TITLE I Understanding the Basic Skills 136 • TITLE I Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages 137 • TITLE I Basic Algebra 138 • TITLE I Basic Geometry 139 • TITLE I Basic Data Analysis 185 • Basic Data Analysis II 187 • Algebra II: Patterns and Equations 188 • Algebra II: Graphing, Proportions, and Ratios 189 • Geometry II: Angles and Triangles 190 • Geometry II: Circles and Transformations 192 • Probability 196 • Properties and Integers 199 • Customary Systems of Measurement 200 • Metric Systems of Measurement 215 • Factors and Multiples

Science Skills 183 • Introduction to Earth Science: Geology and Astronomy 184 • Introduction to Earth Science: Meteorology and Oceanography 186 • Teaching the Scientific Method 191 • Life Science 194 • Geologic History 195 • Human Body Systems 207 • Life Science: Reproduction and Heredity 224 • Stars

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The Personal Planner & Training Guide for the Paraeducator By Wendy Dover Balough, Ed.D.

This useful guide includes proven tips and strategies to help the paraeducator work effectively with… The general classroom teacher: • Understanding and dealing with the difference between a paraeducator’s official supervisor and his or her immediate supervisor. • Realizing that he or she can work with any and all children in a class, even if his or her main role is to work with a set of targeted students. • Respecting confidentiality and knowing how to diplomatically handle situations that might compromise confidentiality. • Understanding and performing specific classroom duties. Students: • Understanding how students with disabilities compare with other students in the same grade or classroom. • Learning where to find information on each student’s needs — such as in the IEP — to understand how to support that student in the classroom. • Determining what accommodation and modification options are available to students and how to provide them. • Knowing how much support to provide students and how to avoid singling students out. • Supporting the teacher’s efforts to effectively manage the classroom. • Recording data on targeted student behaviors. • Understanding areas of disability and instructional strategies for each: • Speech and language disorders • Learning disabilities • Intellectual disabilities • Emotional/behavioral disorders • Visual impairments • Hearing impairments

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The Paraeducator’s Guide to

Supporting Instructional and Curricular Modifications By Wendy Dover Balough, Ed.D.

This guide is an indispensable tool that will help your paraeducators understand, plan for, and carry out appropriate modifications for students with all types of needs. It’s filled with samples of classroom-tested modifications, along with explanations of why these modifications are both appropriate and effective. This guide provides real-life examples and tips for: • Making study guides for entire instructional units. • Incorporating mnemonic instruction to help students understand new information and actually remember it. • Handling oral answers, being a scribe, and taking notes for students with disabilities. #141060

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Paraeducator Basics • Recognize the variety of paraeducator roles and responsibilities in educational programs for diverse learners. • Apply knowledge of specific student disabilities to supporting classroom instruction and managing student behaviors. • Demonstrate appropriate knowledge of confidentiality guidelines regarding student information. • Learn to effectively collaborate with other adults through planning and communication. #113915 $300.00

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What you get with each PDXPERT: Preparation materials • Workshop overview • Flyer to promote attendance • Email message with pre-reading assignment • Attendance sheet • Materials list and suggestions for room setup

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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder • Understand the basics of autism spectrum disorder and its characteristics. • Explain the learning issues that students on the autism spectrum might have. • Gain strategies for applying appropriate instruction and support. #113825 $300.00

• PowerPoint presentation with presenter’s notes • Presentation outline • Attendee handouts and activities • Workshop agenda

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Differentiated Instruction: A Firm Foundation for Learning and Instruction

• Evaluation form • Certificates of completion

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Social-Emotional Learning

dEvELOP suCCEssFuL THinking, LEarning, and COMMuniCaTing skiLLs THrOugHOuT yOur sCHOOL COMMuniTy

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SocialEmotional Learning

The SEL Program is aligned around the five CASEL* competencies for Social-Emotional Learning. The program... • Helps your teachers become more effective for 21st-century students.

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RELATIONSHIP SKILLS

* Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning

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Onsite Training Full-day sessions for your staff covering the TLC (Thinking, Learning, and Communicating) cornerstones that can be implemented immediately. In each session, the trainers will lead your staff through an interactive and high-energy presentation filled with personal stories and teaching tips that will make the TLC concepts come alive in your life, classroom, and school community.

Topics that are incorporated into training sessions include: 1. Living Above the Line – How Our Thinking Governs Our Experience

3. Creating a Culture of Safety and Trust 4. Reducing Negativity – Eliminating Thought Circles and Tornadoes 5. Helping Students Learn from Mistakes and Moving Outside Their Comfort Zone 6. Keeping Stupid in the Box – Eliminating Student Roadblocks for Success

7. Leading from the Inside Out 8. Engaging Disengaged Students 9. Creating Safe Connections in the Classroom That Foster Student Engagement

The two days I spent in the Top 20 training had both a personal and professional impact on me. I have learned so many strategies pertaining to effective communication, creating a positive climate, building trust and so much more. These new tools are making me a better educator, parent, and significant other. Most importantly, I learned how to help the teachers and students I serve be more successful. The Top 20 training has something for everyone, whether you are a teacher, coach, parent, professional in the workplace, or spouse.

2. Knowing How to See Things Differently – The Frame

—Dr. Tanya Rasmussen, Curriculum & Staff Development Director Brandon Valley School District Brandon, South Dakota

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K-6 Interactive Cu

Bring lesson plans and activities to life with a SMART Board or utilize a web viewer!

Strengthen Students’ Self-Worth and Enhance Their Potential to Communicate, Problem Solve, and Learn

This program is designed to help students expand their Star Qualities while minimizing negative mental habits.

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• Binder containing printouts of the grade-level lesson plans, interactive slide thumbnails, reproducibles, and supplementary materials. • USB flash drive containing all digital files, including the interactive files and Word and PDF versions of the lesson plans, reproducibles, and supplementary materials. • Top 20 Teachers book. • Top 20 Teens book.

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* Responses given by teachers, counselors, and administrators of Custer School District (SD) who participated in a special pilot program of this curriculum.

The Top 20 curriculum provides students, teachers, and parents with a guaranteed, ongoing awareness and practice of healthy thinking, learning, living, and interacting. It is way beyond the “one shot in the arm” talk or programs enhanced with “bells and whistles” that are too soon forgotten. The Top 20 concepts are alive in our building and the SMART Board interactive features provide great opportunities for student involvement. All of the topics are a springboard for discussion when questions or conflicts arise. The Top 20 concepts address issues and provide guidance for appropriate actions and reactions before inappropriate thinking and behavior occur. This program is the “anti” in anti-bullying. It is the antidote to the problem. —Sister Sharon Waldoch, Principal Saint Boniface School, Cold Spring, Minnesota

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TLC (Thinking, Learning, and Communicating) skills help students discover the power they have within themselves to develop their potential and make choices that enhance the quality of their lives, relationships, and experiences.


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urriculum

Nine Topics –

one for each month of the school Year for each grade level All grades follow the same topic calendar so kindergarteners through sixth-graders can learn the TLC concepts at the same time and build upon one another through elementary school. By the end of sixth grade, students will have formed social-emotional habits from seven years of growing in these concepts.

1. Creating a Culture of Learning: Our #1 job is to help others succeed. Students will learn how to show others they matter, how to own problems, and how to develop important listening skills.

2. The Line: The Line is a metaphor for understanding our state of mind, moods, or attitudes. Students will learn to recognize when their thinking is serving them well (Above the Line) or is not serving them well (Below the Line) and to become aware of the choices they make.

3. Mistakes: Students will understand the importance of learning from mistakes, identify their comfort zones, and celebrate confusion as a natural and necessary step in the learning process.

4. The Frame: We can look at the same situation in more than one way. Students will learn to reframe situations in order to see them differently and get better results.

5. EQ and Star Qualities: EQ (emotional intelligence) is essential to becoming a successful person. Students will learn about IQ and EQ and how to build upon their Star Qualities or personal strengths.

6. OPOs (Other People’s Opinions): Students will discuss True Self, define OPOs, and learn how to respond to others’ opinions.

7. Eliminating Negativity: Students will learn how to eliminate negativity in their thinking (thought circles) and in their communication with others (tornadoes).

8. Conflict Resolution: Students will learn how to respond to conflict in a positive way in order to achieve what is beneficial for others and themselves.

9. Know How We’re Smart: Students will recognize that people are smart at different things and learn how to respond if they aren’t good at something.

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Journals The process of engaging Social-Emotional Learning consists of our individual journeys and the collective journey of each member of our school. The purpose of the journals is to support each member’s individual journey by explaining the Top 20 principles and practices and providing personal reflection questions to work toward accomplishing the goals of becoming a Top 20 school. These journals are personalized with your school’s name at no additional cost. Staff Journal #121396 Parent Journal #121397

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Posters Reinforce the concepts of our Social-Emotional Learning curriculums with fun and eye-catching posters! Designed to go with the concepts as taught in the Interactive Curriculum, these posters feature the key concepts also covered in the Social-Emotional Teacher’s Curriculum Manuals and the books Top 20 Teens and Top 20 Teachers. Perfect for classrooms, hallways, or the lunchroom, these posters measure 12”w x 18”h and are winsome reminders of the thinking, learning, and communication skills being taught in the Social-Emotional Learning Curriculums.

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Calendar This Morning Announcement Calendar from Top 20 Training supports students in developing effective habits of thinking, learning, and communicating. The calendar includes 181 announcements: one for each day of the school year plus one final announcement to celebrate progress. These announcements are designed to be read over the intercom to help schools create a culture of learning. Each month focuses on a different Top 20 Training topic: #121398 $25.00 ISBN: 978-1-58992-503-8

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A systematic, easy-to-use guide for educators to define and manage 124 student behaviors using the You Can Handle Them All 4-Step Model.

STEP 1: Identify the Behavior Specific attitudes and actions to easily identify which of the 124 different behaviors applies to your student.

STEP 2: Understand the Effects of the Behavior This step determines how student behavior affects teachers, classmates, parents, and learning.

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Perfect for Mentorin Start, Keep, and Finish Strong Book Set By Robert L. DeBruyn An essential book set for any teacher, each book is packed with powerful strategies and specific advice to make the first, middle, and last 60 days of the school year successful! This set includes 1 copy of each of the following guides: • Starting Strong in the First 60 Days of the School Year (Vol. 1) • Keeping the Momentum Strong in the Critical Middle of the School Year • Finishing Strong the Last 60 Days of the School Year #121289 $66.95

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