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New Offerings Available Now!

Announcing three new courses that are available free of charge (select Free Offerings when registering) or for a nominal fee for clock hours. The content was developed by Collaborative Learning Solutions (CLS) and the Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession (CSTP) in collaboration with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

Inclusionary Practices: An Instructional Guide for Inclusive Educators

Takes you through the first section of the OSPI Inclusionary Practices Handbook. As you navigate through the handbook, you will dig deeper into the concepts presented via readings, videos, and activities selected and designed by educators from across Washington State. (Free, 0 clock hours; or 20 clock hours, $80)
Restorative Practices
Takes you through the concept of restorative practices and classroom implementation with specific emphasis on strategies that can be implemented in the classroom and school setting. (Free, 0 clock hours; or 8 clock hours, $32)
Understanding and Responding to Trauma
Explores sources and types of trauma, the body's response to trauma, and what can be done to combat the impact of trauma on self and others. Relevant and timely given the current pandemic and its lasting impact. 
(Free, 0 clock hours; or 8 clock hours, $32)
New Mini-Training Module Available Now!

Mini-Training Module: Considering Paraeducator Support in the Special Education Process
An overview of how to respond to requests for paraeducator support, how to define paraeducator support in the special education process, and the balance between student independence and provision of paraeducator support. (Free, 0 clock hours) 
This module is part of a growing menu of online mini-training modules that specifically address common training needs arising from the Special Education Citizen Complaint (SECC) Process. Developed in collaboration with OSPI, the mini-training modules provide an option for school districts looking for vetted training in response to a SECC decision. Designed for individual or group access, at no cost. Clock hours are not provided. 
How Our Offerings Work

Designed for busy educators, our online courses and mini-training modules are: 
  • Accessible anytime, anywhere
  • Available continuously
  • Available to all educators
  • Delivered 100% online
  • Accepted by OSPI for certificate maintenance (clock hours) and by districts for salary advancement
There are no registration deadlines. When you're ready, register online from our website. You'll then have three months to complete the course and/or mini-training module.
How to Register

Online registration is fast and convenient. Courses are offered at a reasonable cost or, in some cases, no cost. Payment may be made by major credit card, debit card, electronic check, or purchase order. Within two to three business days, you'll receive an email from us with your start and end-dates as well as your login information.
Offerings by Topic Area

Details can be found at eLearning for Educators or by clicking on the topic areas below. More offerings coming soon.

Accommodations and Assistive Technology

  • Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
  • Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology
  • Universal Design for Learning

Assessment and Instruction

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Overview for Educators and Evidence-Based Practices
  • Classroom Assessment: Progress Monitoring
  • Data-Based Individualization
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Evidence-Based Practices
  • Executive Function - Study Skills Instruction
  • High Leverage Practices
  • Inclusion Considerations for Students with Disabilities
  • Inclusionary Practices: An Instructional Guide for Inclusive Educators
  • Students with Deaf-Blindness: Foundations

Behavior and Classroom Management

  • Classroom Management and Addressing Challenging Behaviors
  • Functional Behavioral Assessment

Early Learning

  • Assessment
  • Child and Adult Interactions
  • Early Childhood Environments and Behavior Management
  • Environment
  • Family-Professional Partnerships
  • Instructional Practices
  • Teaming and Collaboration
  • Transition

Secondary Transition

  • Agency Connections
  • All Roads to Employment
  • Developing Job Shadow Experiences
  • Postsecondary Education and Training
  • Student-Led Individualized Education Programs
  • Working More Effectively with Diverse Youth and Families
  • Writing Effective Transition Plans

Social and Emotional Learning

  • Restorative Practices
  • Understanding and Responding to Trauma

Special Education Processes

  • Identification of Students with Disabilities
  • Mini-Training Module: Considering Paraeducator Support (not for clock hours)
  • Mini-Training Module: Prior Written Notice (not for clock hours)
  • Mini-Training Module: Progress Reporting (not for clock hours)
  • Special Education Consistency Index
Questions? Contact Us
Carole Brewer, Director
Donnita Hawkins, Manager  |
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