How-To Videos for Teachers Providing Virtual Instruction

The University of Florida Health FDLRS Multidisciplinary Center (FDLRS/MDC) in Jacksonville is proud to host these provider and parent training sessions.  Join us!  Register to attend any session below following the link provided for that session:

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  How to Collect Documentation and Stay Compliant:  Collecting accommodation/support facilitation logs and services

DATE:  May 11, 2020

TIME:  8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  This presentation will provide educators with a template to document accommodation logs and support facilitation services. The presenter will provide attendees with instruction on Google forms in order to set up the logs for collaboration between special educators and general education teachers.

REGISTER HERE:  https://ufhjax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9hIhoElATcSIDSaIUWl8vQ

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Websites and Apps to Navigate Classrooms and Virtual Learning to Support Students with Disabilities

DATE:  May 18, 2020

TIME:  8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  This presentation will provide attendees with a variety of websites and apps to help support parents and educators in the classroom as well as distance learning. The presenter will also provide step by step guidance and navigate the attendees through a few sites.

REGISTER HERE:  https://UFHJax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WcNF1nxvQ3GU90iDIW4Vvw

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Promoting Transition Readiness Skills (while at home)

DATE:  May 18, 2020

TIME:  2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  Parents and caregivers who have transition age youth (age 14+) and want to help their teens with transition readiness may be interested in this training. This training will provide parents and caregivers with activities they can do at home to promote transition readiness. The activities will focus on the main transition areas that are commonly seen in Transition IEPs: Employment, Postsecondary Education/training, Independent Living, Community Participation, Transportation, Self-Determination, Communication and Social Skills.

REGISTER HERE:  https://ufhjax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4lwhIh2KTuetXnHxkT2nXg

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Speech vs Language:  Similarities, Differences, and the Evaluation and Intervention Processes

DATE:  May 20, 2020

TIME:  1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  This presentation will review the differences between speech and language, and how they can are interrelated in certain diagnoses. It will also describe the evaluation processes within the public school system as well as private practice/outpatient therapy. Interventions will also be discussed, including service delivery models and suggestions for how to help support speech and language therapy goals at home.

REGISTER HERE:  https://ufhjax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3TxFdJoESxGg2-nhAE2SwQ

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Transition Readiness:  Independent Living Skills

DATE:  June 3, 2020

TIME:  9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  This training is for transition age youth (ages 14+) who are learning about important life skills they will need to successfully transition to adulthood. The training will provide a short review of independent living skills, what they are, and how we learn them. Participants will be given a brief self-assessment in the area of independent living to complete during this session. After completing the self-assessment, participants will be able to identify areas of strength, and weaknesses. Participants will have the opportunity set a goal to develop one independent living skill.

REGISTER HERE:   https://UFHJax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bpXvLdsCRsWQ_H0Aqq4WkA

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Supporting Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities 

DATE:  June 15, 2020

TIME:  3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  Sibling relationships are a vital part in the stability and preservation of the family unit. This presentation will take a look into the challenges a child or teen may face while growing up with a sibling who has a disability. The presenter will review topics such as, ways to talk with siblings about applicable family member diagnoses, guiding siblings through the various emotions they may experience, and creating an environment that fosters and supports the needs of the sibling without a disability.

REGISTER HERE:  https://ufhjax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xkbdc0w6Q5qVUh2SCh_9lA

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY:  Sibling Power:  Get Creative Together

DATE:  June 15, 2020

TIME:  4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time

LOCATION:  Virtual Webinar, link to be provided upon registration. 

DESCRIPTION:  Stay connected after Support Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities webinar hosted by Chanel Baldwin, M.Ed., for this fun and easy activity session led by Marlena Jenkins, MS., BCaBA.  Sibling participants will collaborate on activities that they can complete with their brother or sister diagnosed with a developmental, intellectual, learning, and/or social emotional disability. Children will need access to a computer and may need supervision from an adult to participate in this session. This session is ideal for children ages 8-13 years old.

REGISTER HERE:  https://UFHJax.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UjDCEdyZRhiQ0dyGf-pgqA

Google Classroom Resources

How to Create a New Class

How to Create an Assignment and a Topic

How to Add Students and Guardians

How to Create a Quiz

How to Use the Grading Tool

How to Use the Stream Page

How to Add Materials

How to Create Different Assignments

How to Copy a Course

How to Check Originality

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