The Kentucky Special Ed. Cooperatives have created and continue to create online learning modules to meet the needs of staff serving students with disabilities. By clicking on the tabs below, you'll be directed to modules designed for specific topic areas.
The following informational webcasts were compiled by Kentucky’s Special Education Regional Cooperatives to to increase knowledge for providing services to students with disabilities during Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI). Districts may determine if these fulfill professional development credit requirements and utilize these webinars as deemed appropriate.
This webinar describes ways accommodations and modifications may be provided during NTI.
This webcasts discusses implementation of the co-teaching model in a virtual setting.
This webcast highlights math tasks to impact learning particularly during NTI.
This webinar looks at the options for providing SDI during traditional and non-traditional instructional models.
This webinar discusses methods for progress monitoring during non-traditional instruction.
This webcast highlights methods for progress monitoring in a virtual setting.
This webinar focused on SDI strategies for MSD students during NTI.
This webcast highlights vocabulary strategies to implement during in person or on line instruction.
This webinar focuses on behavior strategies to utilize during NTI.
This webcast targets the strategy of using self-monitoring to support student behavior.
This webinar focuses on UDL principles to consider when preparing to restart school after NTI.
In addition, there are a number of organizations who offer on-line trainings which may be utilized for professional development activities. Districts may also determine if these fulfill professional development credit requirements and utilize these trainings as deemed appropriate.
Autism Internet Modules (AIM) provide high-quality information and professional development for anyone who supports, instructs, works with, or lives with someone with autism. Developed with partners from across the country, participants can select from over 40 modules to complete at their own time and pace.
Assistive Technology Internet Modules (ATIM) is an online learning environment containing 50 AT topics from assessment and funding to content areas such as access to mobile devices, communication, seating and positioning, AT for students with complex needs and more. Developed with partnering universities and nationally renowned experts in the field, ATIM brings you the highest quality content available. Free access as well as professional development certificates are available
The Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Support Portal to Professional Development Alternatives (PDA) offers a variety of online courses for Florida educators that will increase their ability to respond to the needs of students with disabilities. Individuals outside of the state of Florida may access the Independent courses by creating an account.
IRIS develops and disseminates free online open educational resources (OERs) about evidence-based instructional and behavioral practices. Intended for use in personnel preparation and professional development, these instructional resources are designed to help current and future educators improve the learning and behavioral outcomes of all students, especially struggling learners and those with disabilities.
The CIBRS Professional Learning Series is comprised of modules related to best-practice in education. Participants may access individual modules or complete a series as a component of ongoing professional development.