October 19 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm MDT$125
SPONSORED BY PCSNM WITH SUPPORT FROM THE SWREC
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN and can be completed here: https://forms.gle/9zFcpvgBtnd5e4Cs5
With so many of our students coming back to in-person learning with learning gaps, what do we do? Who should be sent to SAT and when? This in-person, interactive training will cover the following:
DAN HILL, Attorney: DMH Law
Join us as we review SAT from the legal perspective. DAN will review the statute (22-2C-6) and rule (NMAC 6.29.1) and OSEP Memos (11/07), and will also cover what happens to students once they enter the SAT process in terms of IDEA protections.
DAN HILL AND SHELLY CHERRIN (MLSS COACH): SAT within the MLSS Model
VAL BREA, Executive Director of the SWREC: When students are referred to SAT is hugely dependent upon your school’s TEAM decision. Under MLSS, students are referred by your PLC (or student study teams, teacher teams, etc.). Val will address the following:
What does a student study process look like in a PLC.
How can you address the scheduling challenge in order to provide meaningful time for your PLCs to meet?
Acceleration vs Remediation when working with struggling students
JENN PENA, Ph.D., JMP Academy of Professional Development: Once students have entered the SAT process, what happens next in terms of providing support?
From SAT to MDT to IEP
What, Who, Where
WHERE: CES, 10610 Research Rd. SE, Albuquerque
TIME: Starting promptly at 9:00 am – 2:45 pm
FEE: $125 per participant (Lunch Included)
Bring your team and examples of the challenges you have faced with SAT!
Deadline: Oct 14, 2022 at 5pm (SPACE IS LIMITED!)Register