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2014-2015 Professional Learning Catalog

2014-2015 Professional Learning Catalog

SERC's 2014-2015 Professional Learning Catalog is now available!

Student Learning Objectives for English Language Learners

Student Learning Objectives for English Language Learners

An opportunity for educators to get the necessary content and skills for writing and implementing SLOs for English learners.

Request for Proposals: Delivery of IEP Facilitation Training

Request for Proposals: Delivery of IEP Facilitation Training

Seeking proposals from skilled trainers to deliver a two-day IEP Facilitation training.

Implementing School Structures to Support Behavioral, Mental and Physical Health

Implementing School Structures to Support Behavioral, Mental and Physical Health

This professional learning series is designed for school teams to learn about systems and structures that will aid in supporting students.

Connecting ALL the Pieces in the Secondary Transition Process Puzzle

Connecting ALL the Pieces in the Secondary Transition Process Puzzle

A new professional development opportunity from SERC.

Special Announcement from SERC

Special Announcement from SERC

On June 13, 2014, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed into law Public Act 14-212, which establishes SERC as a quasi-public agency.

Schools Chosen for Statewide Expansion of SRBI

Schools Chosen for Statewide Expansion of SRBI

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — Thirteen schools across the state from New London to Torrington have been selected to participate in Connecticut’s State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) to establish a comprehensive system of academic and behavioral supports for all students.

Job Embedded Professional Development: Teaching and Learning

The State Education Resource Center (SERC) offers a variety of professional development, including technical assistance (TA) related to best practices in co-teaching and differentiated instruction. In-district, job-embedded TA is designed to meet your school or district needs to make the support more strategic and impactful.

You can customize your staff's professional development by choosing from the topics listed below, or contact SERC in order to develop a specific plan that fits your needs.

Download Co-Teaching Flyer

Download Differentiated Instruction Flyer

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Visit Co-Teaching and Differentiated Instruction web pages for more information.

 

 

SPDG

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Check out what's happening with Connecticut's State Personnel Development Grant.

CSPD

imageConnecticut's Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD) serves to improve the quality of educational services and programs for children with special needs, and their families, through the ongoing preparation and professional development of educators and services providers.

Just for Parents: CT PIRC

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CT Parent Information and Resource Center
1-800-842-8678

State Department of Education

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Visit the Connecticut State Department of Education's homepage.

Fiscal Report

The Fiscal Report provided to the General Assembly of the State of CT, pursuant to Section 3 of Public Act 13-286 and dated January 15, 2014, is available for download here. (5.7mb, pdf)

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