Trainings

Click on the link below to register for on-line trainings:

 

 

 

*Region 10 has started using dropbox for all professional development events.  Please download and install dropbox so that you have access to the files electronically.  If you would like to bring print them, feel free to do so.  If you do not have access to dropbox please email Kim Lucht at klucht@zumbroed.org.

How to open and use Dropbox:

Open a new dropbox:

1.Open email

2.Click on the link view “…name of folder”

3.Sign in or create an account

4.”Accept” folder

5.You have access to the documents

You may also find it helpful to download the dropbox by clicking on the download dropbox link on the left side panel under the “Dropbox” logo – this will put a direct link folder on your desktop / taskbar.

Watch “how it works” video at:

https://www.dropbox.com/

Watch “how to download it at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44FKANN1DKY&feature=related

SLD Module Training

Compliance Webinars:

Directing the Work of Paraprofessionals

 

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Region 10 Events
Events on January 30, 2015

DCD Network Mtg

Starts: 9:00 am

Ends: 3:00 pm, January 30, 2015

Location: Ramada Rochester, 16th Street Southwest, Rochester, MN, United States

Description: Need help with significant behaviors for students with DCD and ASD? Interventions and Ideas to support you in the classroom.

Based on the CoP Goal: Dealing with behaviors for students who have severe disabilities

use Link: http://stream3.video.state.mn.us/Mediasite/Play/846cd3b063ea4fb18f5e559091ddeee91d

TARGET: Texas Autism Resource Guide for Effective Teaching. The TARGET manual is divided into four sections Introduction, Glossary, Evaluation, and Interventions.

Events on February 2, 2015

Statewide PHD Mtg

Starts: 9:30 am

Ends: 3:50 pm, February 2, 2015

Location: District 287/ITV in Byron

Events on February 3, 2015

Voice to Sign Interpreting

Starts: 5:30 pm

Ends: 7:30 pm, February 3, 2015

Location: Faribault Middle School 704 17th Street SW, Faribault MN 55021 Room A100

Description: Target Audience:

Interpreters working or seeking to expand their work in educational settings

Workshop/Course Description:

Voice interpreting can be challenging especially when a deaf person uses a lot of non manual markers, gestures and facial expressions that don’t have a “word” or a “glossed sign” for the interpreter to use. This workshop will help interpreters working towards certification learn how to let go of word/sign translations, voicing fragmented sentences and to focusing more on meaning, smooth transitions, reading facial expressions, body language and giving the complete meaning of what a deaf person is conveying. This workshop will also address strategies for picking up fingerspelled words and numbers, using fillers for transitions and expanding on the message.

This workshop is open to all levels of interpreters.

Educational Objectives:

Practice word choices for facial expressions, non manual markers, gestures, etc.. that don’t have a “sign” or “glossed word”.
Share and practice strategies to let go of word/sign translations and go for meaning.
Practice producing an interpretation with complete English sentences and incorporating smooth transitions, language expansions and use of fillers to keep the language and message flowing.