Professional Development Training

In virtually every state in the country, reform efforts are dramatically raising expectations for students, and consequently, for teachers. In response to these reform initiatives, educators are being asked to master new skills and responsibilities and to change their practice.
To meet these new expectations, teachers need to deepen their content knowledge and learn new methods of teaching. They need more time to work with colleagues, to critically examine the new standards being proposed, and to revise curriculum. They need opportunities to develop, master and reflect on new approaches to working with children. All of these activities fall under the general heading of professional development.

*SESE Employees – If you are registering for any of the trainings, please submit your Request to Attend Form to Tiffany after filling out the registration in order to complete your registration process.

Upcoming Trainings

SESE regrets to announce that Nancy Kaufman has withdrawn from presenting her Childhood of Apraxia workshop in Ste. Marie, IL.  Unfortunately, we are unable to reschedule due to the distance of our location from the airport.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech: The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol (K-SLP)  Registration Closed  

 

 

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