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Training & Consultation (TaC)

  • Training and Consultation (TaC) services function as a specialized resource for school districts by providing technical assistance, on-site consultation, guided practice, professional learning communities, and related resources in the following Pennsylvania state-mandated, special education initiative areas:

    • Autism
    • Assistive Technology
    • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)  Academic
    • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Behavior
    • Least Restrictive Environment/Inclusive Practices
    • Secondary Transition/Interagency Coordination

    Our TaCs support schools through the use of current information from Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), PDE’s Bureau of Special Education (BSE) and the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN).  We support the initiatives of these organizations and can provide workshops, modeling, and guided practice, grade level meetings, study groups, individual consultation, and coaching to support the approved PaTTAN programs. Professional development activities are designed to support all students in the inclusive environment. We also provide networks for different groups to come together and discuss issues and information pertinent to those groups.

    A description of the federally-funded staff development opportunities (provided with no additional fees) is listed under each initiative.  

    Services beyond this list are available but may require additional fees for service from the Educational Services division.

    To view currently scheduled sessions go to our Act 48 and Registration site.

Training & Consultation Networks

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    Feb 13, 2019: PBIS Network

    The PBIS Coach and Administrator network meet to renew our knowledge and current trends and practices in the implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports within IU 12 and throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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    February 14,2019 , 2018: Principals Network

    The Principal Networks are designed specifically for are interested in networking, learning about current issues and trends and staying up-to-date on current state-wide initiatives.

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    March 1, 2019: Literacy & Technology Coaching

    The Lincoln Intermediate Literacy & Technology Network is designed as a professional development support system for instructional and technology coaches, teacher leaders, and specialists.

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    March 1, 2019: K-2 Literacy Network

    Don’t go through another day feeling isolated in your classroom, and asking yourself if you’re doing what’s best for your students – or if you are implementing the content correctly.

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    March 6, 2019: Gifted Network

    Are you looking for a safe space to share things that aren’t working in your classroom, a collaborative partnership to help you create instructional plans, and implementation support to make sure your students are challenged appropriately?

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    March 7, 2019: Intervention Network

    The Intervention Network meetings address topics relevant to tiered intervention and also provide a forum for discussion about current issues in multi-tiered systems for support (MTSS) at the classroom, building and district levels.

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