CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

Managing School Crises: From Theory to Application Helping Students with Autism Excel in the Least Restrictive Environment Creating a Responsive Classroom Discouraging Problem Behaviors Why Try? Level 1 The Foundation Course: Building Resiliency with Students Why Try? Level 2 The Advanced Course School Psychologists’ Committee Early Childhood Directors’ Collaborative Building Classroom Connections with Conscious Discipline Practices Managing Emotional Mayhem: Creating a Safe Place Happy Teacher Revolution: Support Group for Educators Restorative Practices Overview Social Skills Groups Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) Caregiver Training Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) Overview Classroom Structure and Management De-Escalation Strategies for Educators Managing School Crisis: Refresher Self-Harming Versus Suicide: Understanding the Differences Understanding the Impact of Grief and Loss for Children and Adolescence Youth Mental Health First Aid Youth Mental Health First Aid: Virtual Priority 8: School Climate Parent Project, Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior - Ages 12-18 Years Taming Your Wiggles and Jiggles Through Sensory Strategies Forms and Facts 101 (Self-Paced Course) Arts Integration - Leveraging the ART of Learning Co-Teaching Concepts Dyslexia: Foundations, Screenings, and Assessments

Get “Skool’d” in the 3 R’s: Rhythm, Rhyme, and Representation Honk, Honk! Stop, Assess and Drive your Reading Instruction! Orton-Gllingham Application Check-In

Structured Literacy - What, Why, Who, and How? Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham: Advanced Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham: Foundational Universal Design for Learning In A Flash Using Assistive Technology (AT) to Support Children with Dyslexia, ELL Students, and Other Reading Challenges Visual Storytelling: A Pathway to Writing Wearing Two Hats - The Dually-Identified Children: Working Effectively With English Learners With Special Needs TISA: Determining the Need and Working Effectively with Intensive Supports Understanding Accessibility Resources within the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) SMALL GROUP TIME DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION

Connecting the Dots in Math: Asking the Right Questions Connecting the Dots in Math: Get Your Math Act Together Effective Strategies for Large Group Time Instruction Positive Language in the Home How Do They Hear? Troubleshooting Equipment for Students with Hearing Loss

13th Annual Transition Resource Fair TPP Beginning-of-the-Year Meeting

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