CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

13th Annual Transition Resource Fair COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

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The Transition Resource Fair is an annual event co-sponsored by the Desert/Mountain SELPA Transition Partnership Program (TPP), WorkAbility I Program (WAI), Employment Network (EN), Paid Internship Program (PIP), WIOA, and the Kids First Foundation (KFF). This resource-rich opportunity will provide parents, students with disabilities, educators, and all who attend, with information regarding resources and services available to students in grades 9 through 12. Participants will have an opportunity to network with agencies regarding resources available for students with disabilities and will have an opportunity to be motivated by a learning disabilities advocate.

Intended Audience

Parents, students, and educators grades 9 through 12.

 ADRIENNE SHEPHERD-MYLES PROGRAM MANAGER – (760) 646-8000 x359  adrienne.shepherd@cahelp.org # 02:00 Hours

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TPP Beginning-of-the-Year Meeting COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

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At the TPP Beginning-of-the-Year Meeting, the Desert/Mountain SELPA’s career technical education team invites Dr. Shree Walker, former director of the of the Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) in LA County, a published author, and motivational speaker. Dr. Walker utilizes practical resolutions to support diverse learners and develops policies and procedures to ensure students have improved educational outcomes and stability, minimal disruptions, and endless possibilities. Topics will include: Self-Discovery: The Power of One: What marker of “success” and “potential” should educators look for when making decisions regarding students? Should there be standards, recommendations, and grading bars? How do we measure the potential of a person? This interactive activity engages particpants in making difficult decisions based on limited information and personal bias. It is important to remember that we have the power and ability to change the trajectory of someone’s life. Resiliency: Self-Care, We-Care: As educators, the only way to truly show up for our students whole-heartedly is to first take care of ourselves. We cannot serve others when we are in an unhealthy state of mind or state of being. We will discuss exhaustion and burnout, identify self-care and we-care tools to strengthen your capacity to serve. In addition, contract goals will be reviewed with TPP and WAI staff, and participants will have an opportunity to discuss workshops and paid work experience opportunities for the 2022/23 school year.

Intended Audience

Transition case technicians, job developers, TPP teachers, TPP instructional assistants, rehabilitation counselors, TPP job coaches, and secondary special education teachers.

 ADRIENNE SHEPHERD-MYLES PROGRAM MANAGER – (760) 646-8000 x359  adrienne.shepherd@cahelp.org # 04:30 Hours

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