Online Training (including webinars during COVID-19)

Typical options for online learning are found in the links to the right (gray box).  Links to events specific to supporting virtual learning are found below. 

Please note that not all courses typically offered count for ESE points, and not all typical courses offered are eligible for inservice points.  Review the PDA Portal Catalog document for specific information on course content and point eligibility.  Review the "Independent Study on the PDA Portal for ESE Requirement" to determine which on-demand courses will count toward the requirement for 20 points in methods/strategies for teaching ESE students in every validity period. 

July 6, 2020 - September 16, 2020

Professional Development Alternative (PDA) Online Course Offerings

Join us for one of four facilitated online courses:  

  • Differentiating Mathematics Instruction (30 points)
  • Differentiating Science Instruction (30 points)
  • Differentiating Reading Instruction (60 points, counts for Competency 4 of the Florida Reading Endorsement; this course will end October 26)
  • PBS:  Understanding Student Behavior (60 points)

Register at this link:  https://bit.ly/SumPDA20

For more information on PDA courses, view information at www.fl-pda.org.  

JULY 8-9, 2020:  Specially Designed Instruction

This virtual PD is specifically designed for elementary collaborative teaching teams to attend, to build upon their experience as a co-teach team.  Learn to create Specially Designed Instruction in inclusive settings to serve the needs of students with disabilities.  The afternoon of Day 2 will be devoted to planning with your teaching partner(s) for the 2020-2021 school year.  Attendance and engagement at all sessions is required to receive points and pay.  For more information, and to apply to attend, click here:  http://bit.ly/SDIJuly2020

July 20, 21, and 27, 2020 

Strategies for Teaching Content Effectively in the Inclusive Secondary Classroom

Join us for Dr. Lisa Dieker, Pegasus Scholar from The University of Central Florida as she presents these virtual sessions on collaborative teaching at the secondary level.  Teams of gen ed and ESE teachers who will be working together are encouraged to attend;  however, "solo" attendance is also welcomed!  Attendance and engagement at all sessions is required to receive points and pay.  For more information, and to apply to attend, click here:  https://forms.gle/GFPX48cEt3LWsxCe6

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