Train Your Education Teams

On Diversity & Inclusion Topics

Promote a district-wide culture of acceptance and support the success of all individuals with our disability awareness, neurodiversity, and fundamentals of special education programs.

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Fundamentals of Special Education

Improve educator instructional delivery through establishing quality learning environments and instructional strategies to meet the needs of special education leaders.


  • Introduction to Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
  • Introduction to Individualized Education Programs (IEP)
  • Setting-up the Physical Environment/Classroom for Student Success
  • Effective Use of Visual Supports for All Learners
  • Differentiating Instruction

Disability Awareness

Tailored implementation support and effective professional learning options maximizes teacher performance and student achievement.


  • Community
    • Introduction to Disabilities
    • Respecting Differences
  • School Support
    • Communicating Effectively with Students with Developmental Disabilities
    • Understanding Behavior Challenges of Students with Disabilities
    • Promoting a Safe Environment
    • Including Students with Developmental Disabilities
  • Educators
    • Improving Communication for Students with Developmental Disabilities
    • Managing Behavior Challenges of Students with Developmental Disabilities
    • Effective Strategies for Keeping Students Safe
    • Improving Social Interactions for Students with Developmental Disabilities
    • Internet and Social Media Safety
  • Peers
    • Respecting Differences in Peers with Disabilities
    • Interacting with Peers with Disabilities
  • Family
    • Understanding Your Child’s Behavioral Challenges
    • Keeping Your Child Safe
    • Sibling Support
    • Helping Siblings Interact Positively with a Child with a Disability
    • Internet and Social Media Safety


Promote a greater understanding of neurodiversity and share strategies on how to support the success of individuals with neurodiverse conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, ADHD and social anxiety.


  • Intro to Neurodiversity
  • Strategies for Interviewing
  • Strategies for Using Visual Supports
  • Strategies for On-boarding New Employees
  • Strategies for Setting and Completing Goals
  • Strategies for Conflict Resolution
  • Strategies for Adapting to Change
  • Strategies for Communication and Social Interaction

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