PULSE - PRINCIPALS UNDERSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
October 24, 2022 - March 16, 2023
This course is ONLY for General Education Administration - Principals, and Assistant Principals. This 30-hour course aims to build upon principals’ working knowledge and skill sets needed to successfully innovate and program for students with disabilities. The growing field of research at the intersection of principals and special education yields evidence-based practices that support outcomes for students with disabilities.
The three professional development days (followed by a half-day of project presentations) are titled as follows:
- Day 1: Leading a Culture of Change
- Day 2: Being an Instructional Leader
- Day 3: Supporting Effective Behavioral Systems.
Please note, each instructional day requires the completion of 3 hours of pre- reading/activities.
Objectives/Skills/Knowledge to be gained from training event:
• Identify the necessary components to effect change
• Analyze and share their vision and mission statements
• Identify key principles of IDEA and Chapter 14 regulations
• Identify the roles and responsibilities of an LEA representative
• Analyze and implement the use of assessment data to guide instructional decision making
• Analyze data to identify patterns of behavior
• Identify alternatives to suspension and expulsion
• Identify organizational culture and core values to strengthen relationships with stakeholders
THE PULSE COURSE
The PULSE course is worth 30 hours of Act 45 PIL credit. 3.5 days training (3 full-day trainings with a half day dedicated to presentations). Eighteen (18) of these hours are direct instruction and 12 of these hours are extended learning via pre-readings/assignments and a work-based project.
Registration closed on 2022-10-24