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Foundations of Special Learning Needs focuses on informal assessments and instructional strategies to address special learning needs and effective instructional practices for all.  

This hybrid training will meet once in-person for a half day and will contain 2 online training components with application exercises. 

The Foundations training, as well the Institute to Credential Special Learning Needs Resource Specialists, are part of the ICCB Instructional Staff Professional Pathways for Special Learning Needs. Successful completion of the Foundations training will provide credit towards completion of the Institute. Foundations training can also be completed as a stand-alone module.

 

The Institute to Credential Resource Specialists for Special Learning Needs (SLN) is an intensive training designed to enhance program capacity to meet the needs of adults with special learning needs through the development of local resource specialists. Participants will be trained to serve as resources for instructional staff in their programs and provide screening for SLN, observe the manifestations of special learning needs, and develop appropriate instructional strategies for use by instructors within their programs.

This hybrid of online and in-person sessions replaces the traditional 8-day training. Homework assignments will be made to practice all of the principles taught in this training.

Participants must attend all 3 in-person days and 8 online sessions of the series to receive a credential.

Tips for Navigating the Course: 

  • Work through each module in order at your own pace. 
  • If at any time you get lost, go to the bottom or top of the page and click on "SLN Trainers" which will bring you back to this main page. 
  • A handy feature is the "Jump to" box located in the upper right corner. The arrows let you move forward or back one screen and the pull-down menu lets you jump to any other part of the course. 
  • The modules can also serve as a review after you have been in the classroom for a length of time.

The Institute to Credential Resource Specialists for Special Learning Needs (SLN) is an intensive training designed to enhance program capacity to meet the needs of adults with special learning needs through the development of local resource specialists. Participants will be trained to serve as resources for instructional staff in their programs and provide screening for SLN, observe the manifestations of special learning needs, and develop appropriate instructional strategies for use by instructors within their programs.

This hybrid of online and in-person sessions replaces the traditional 8-day training. Homework assignments will be made to practice all of the principles taught in this training.

Participants must attend all 3 in-person days and 8 online sessions of the series to receive a credential.

Tips for Navigating the Course: 

  • Work through each module in order at your own pace. 
  • If at any time you get lost, go to the bottom or top of the page and click on "SLN Trainers" which will bring you back to this main page. 
  • A handy feature is the "Jump to" box located in the upper right corner. The arrows let you move forward or back one screen and the pull-down menu lets you jump to any other part of the course. 
  • The modules can also serve as a review after you have been in the classroom for a length of time.

The Institute to Credential Resource Specialists for Special Learning Needs (SLN) is an intensive training designed to enhance program capacity to meet the needs of adults with special learning needs through the development of local resource specialists. Participants will be trained to serve as resources for instructional staff in their programs and provide screening for SLN, observe the manifestations of special learning needs, and develop appropriate instructional strategies for use by instructors within their programs.

This hybrid of online and in-person sessions replaces the traditional 8-day training. Homework assignments will be made to practice all of the principles taught in this training.

Participants must attend all 3 in-person days and 8 online sessions of the series to receive a credential.

Tips for Navigating the Course: 

  • Work through each module in order at your own pace. 
  • If at any time you get lost, go to the bottom or top of the page and click on "SLN Trainers" which will bring you back to this main page. 
  • A handy feature is the "Jump to" box located in the upper right corner. The arrows let you move forward or back one screen and the pull-down menu lets you jump to any other part of the course. 
  • The modules can also serve as a review after you have been in the classroom for a length of time.

Discover a variety of technology resources and ways to incorporate them into your adult education classrooms. Explore applications to assist students with special learning needs  as well as technology resources and classroom applications appropriate for ESL, ABE, and ASE students.

Professional Development Credit: 
This unit is worth 1 hour of professional development