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SPECIALIZED ON-SITE SUPPORT TEAM

The ESC of Central Ohio's Specialized On-Site Support (SOS) Team invites you to explore the variety of professional learning opportunities available.

OUR SERVICES

Our Mission | To build professional capacity to improve outcomes for all students utilizing an expert multi-disciplinary approach.Our Vision | We aspire to build capacity through evidence-based, innovative approaches to empower school and community stakeholders.

The team provides customized job-embedded coaching and/or workshops that fit your district, school, team or individual needs. Services are provided in district and online.

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AREAS OF SUPPORT

MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

BEHAVIOR Intervention

TRAUMA CARE

ENGLISH LEARNERS

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

supporting diverse learners

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Mental Health Support

Self Care

Burnout Prevention: Taking care of yourself is not selfish.

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The ABC's of LGBTQIA

The ABC’s of LGBTQIA

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Implicit Bias

Becoming more aware of our own implicit biases and how they can transfer to the classroom -- and students.

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Specific Mental Health Challenges Identified in DSM

Definition of and support for depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD and oppositional defiant disorder.

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Definition of and support for depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD and oppositional defiant disorder.

Burnout Prevention: Taking care of yourself is not selfish.

Becoming more aware of our own implicit biases and how they can transfer to the classroom -- and students.

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Behavior Intervention

Functional Behavior Assessment Leading to Behavior Intervention Planning

Leading school-based teams through functional behavior assessment, Connecting behavior functions to positive behavior planning

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Understanding the Principles of Behavior

Basic principles of behavior- including the 4 terms contingency

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Supporting Students with Emotional & Behavioral Needs in the Classroom

What support looks like: Student accommodations and what to look for in the classroom.

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Classroom Management

Utilize the principles of behavior to create and implement Tier 1 strategies for a structured learning environment

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)

Deliver verbal de-escalation and safe physical management of disruptive behavior.

Restorative Practices

This introductory session to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively is a cost-effective way to achieve lasting change that enhances and builds relationships between students, staff and parents, improve student behavior, reduce violence and bullying and creates a sense of community. This event is designed to be sustainable with minimum investment after the initial training at the school. The consultant uses training materials, videos, presentations and evaluations to deliver quality training. Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices. Day 2: Using Circles Effectively. Registration fee includes 2 books: The Restorative Practices Handbook and Restorative Circles.

Social-Emotional Learning

Learn how you can incorporate Ohio's new Social-Emotional Learning Standards into daily instruction.

PBIS Tier 1 Training

ODE-approved trainers are available to provide PBIS Tier 1 training to districts and schools.

What support looks like: Student accommodations and what to look for in the classroom.

Leading school-based teams through functional behavior assessment, Connecting behavior functions to positive behavior planning

Basic principles of behavior- including the 4 terms contingency

Utilize the principles of behavior to create and implement Tier 1 strategies for a structured learning environment

Deliver verbal de-escalation and safe physical management of disruptive behavior.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

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Trauma Care

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)

Deliver verbal de-escalation and safe physical management of disruptive behavior.

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Crisis Preparedness & Response

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

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Working with Students Experiencing Trauma & Crisis

Better understand and address trauma appropriately, including how to manage it in the classroom and effectively respond and interact with students experiencing trauma.

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Restorative Practices

This introductory session to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively is a cost-effective way to achieve lasting change that enhances and builds relationships between students, staff and parents, improve student behavior, reduce violence and bullying and creates a sense of community. This event is designed to be sustainable with minimum investment after the initial training at the school. The consultant uses training materials, videos, presentations and evaluations to deliver quality training. Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices. Day 2: Using Circles Effectively. Registration fee includes 2 books: The Restorative Practices Handbook and Restorative Circles.

Social-Emotional Learning

Learn how you can incorporate Ohio's Social-Emotional Learning Standards into daily instruction.

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Trauma-Informed Care

An organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing and responding to the effects of all types of trauma.

Trauma-Responsive Care

Beyond understanding trauma and its effects to providing interventions that seek to alleviate trauma symptoms and lead to a higher level of functioning.

Better understand and address trauma appropriately, including how to manage it in the classroom and effectively respond and interact with students experiencing trauma.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Deliver verbal de-escalation and safe physical management of disruptive behavior.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

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English Learners

Cultural Competency

Increase your cultural competency and become more culturally conscious, inclusive and sensitive to the needs and experiences of ELs and immigrant students.

Establishing an EL Program

Required components, staffing, documents, procedures and funding sources.

Language Differences vs Disablity in ELs

Utilize Rtl or MTSS to help ensure ELs are receiving high-quality instruction, explore ideas and considerations for school psychologists around assessing ELs and learn how to serve dually identified students.

Intro to English Learners (ELs)

Legal obligations, characteristics of ELs, identification, best practices and cultural considerations.

Support: Content Classrooms

Learn about strategies for general education teachers to utilize in support of ELs as they learn the English language and the content area.

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Legal obligations, characteristics of ELs, identification, best practices and cultural considerations.

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Increase your cultural competency and become more culturally conscious, inclusive and sensitive to the needs and experiences of ELs and immigrant students.

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Utilize Rtl or MTSS to help ensure ELs are receiving high-quality instruction, explore ideas and considerations for school psychologists around assessing ELs and learn how to serve dually identified students.

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Support: Limited/Interrupted Formal Education

An increasing number of refugee, immigrant or asylum students are arriving in our classrooms with limited formal education. This session will help you better understand these students' backgrounds and social-emotional and educational needs. You'll learn practical strategies for scheduling and classroom instruction.

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An increasing number of refugee, immigrant or asylum students are arriving in our classrooms with limited formal education. This session will help you better understand these students' backgrounds and social-emotional and educational needs. You'll learn practical strategies for scheduling and classroom instruction.

Reading & Literacy

Learn about considerations to keep in mind when teaching ELs reading and literacy. We'll explore vocabulary, grammar and culture in this practical session and provide strategies for the classroom teacher and the EL teacher.

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Learn about considerations to keep in mind when teaching ELs reading and literacy. We'll explore vocabulary, grammar and culture in this practical session and provide strategies for the classroom teacher and the EL teacher.

Newcomers

Learn strategies for welcoming new arrivals into a new school, language and culture. Sample lesson plans and practical tips are shared.

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Learn strategies for welcoming new arrivals into a new school, language and culture. Sample lesson plans and practical tips are shared.

Understanding and Using ELP Standards

This is a hands-on workshop designed to help EL and content area teachers become more familiar with the ELP standards. We'll discuss the layout of the standards, review correspondences, explore how they align with Ohio's Learning Standards, review the instructional guide and practice developing a lesson plan.

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This is a hands-on workshop designed to help EL and content area teachers become more familiar with the ELP standards. We'll discuss the layout of the standards, review correspondences, explore how they align with Ohio's Learning Standards, review the instructional guide and practice developing a lesson plan.

Administrators: What to Know

Topics include: legal obligations, programming, staff and resources, compliance, the role of general education teachers, what to look for during observations, identification of ELs in Special Education, building cultural competency and a welcoming environment.

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Topics include: legal obligations, programming, staff and resources, compliance, the role of general education teachers, what to look for during observations, identification of ELs in Special Education, building cultural competency and a welcoming environment.

Required components, staffing, documents, procedures and funding sources.

Learn about accommodations and modifications for general education teachers to utilize in support of ELs as they learn the English language and the content area.

SOS TEAM

Administrative Support

Restorative Practices

This introductory session to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively is a cost-effective way to achieve lasting change that enhances and builds relationships between students, staff and parents, improve student behavior, reduce violence and bullying and creates a sense of community. This event is designed to be sustainable with minimum investment after the initial training at the school. The consultant uses training materials, videos, presentations and evaluations to deliver quality training. Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices. Day 2: Using Circles Effectively. Registration fee includes 2 books: The Restorative Practices Handbook and Restorative Circles.

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Supporting School Climate & Change

As an Administrator/Leadership, the primary focus is to bring clarity and an objective mindset to everyday educational situations. Seeking to increase an adaptive leadership approach through a structured and intentional process to ultimately impact an entire school culture and community. Emotional intelligence, diversity and equity, transformational and transactional change, conflict management, and systems thinking are a few of the primary competencies being assessed by the Administrator/Leadership Coach.

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Implicit Bias

Becoming more aware of our own Implicit Biases and how these transfer to the classroom and our students.

PBIS Tier 1 Training

ODE-approved trainers are available to provide PBIS Tier 1 training to districts and schools.

Better understand and address trauma appropriately, including how to manage it in the classroom and effectively respond and interact with students experiencing trauma.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

Prepare and respond to a presenting crisis in the school setting while keeping physical and psychological safety in check. Also mitigate the potential long-term effects and results of a traumatic experience.

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Supporting Diverse Learners

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Managing Inclusion

Pointers and suggestions for planning for success for students in inclusion.

Effectively Scheduling Your Team

Tips and problem-solving on creating a schedule to maximize the impact of staff and provide support for all students.

Leading Instructional Paraprofessionals

Empowering intervention specialists on developing and maintaining an effective team.

Structure Your Classroom for Success

Learn how to help students develop executive functioning skills and create a more structured classroom.

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Empowering intervention specialists on developing and maintaining an effective team.

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Pointers and suggestions for planning for success for students in inclusion.

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Building a Strong Foundation

Designed for intervention specialists preparing for the school year: Creating classroom structure, establishing expectations, integrating into the school building and information around data collection.

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Design for intervention specialists preparing for the school year: Creating classroom structure, establishing expectations, integrating into the school building and information around data collection.

Navigating Special Education

Understanding the basics of special education.

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Understanding the basics of special education.

Independent Work Systems

Ideas for creating and including independent work systems.

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Ideas for creating and including independent work systems.

Supporting Classroom Performance to Increase Independence

We'll share information on prompting levels and explore strategies to promote independence, as well as discuss how and when to fade.

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We'll share information on prompting levels and explore strategies to promote independence, as well as discuss how and when to fade.

Implicit Bias

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Social-Emotional Learning

Learn how you can incorporate Ohio's new Social-Emotional Learning Standards into daily instruction.

Tips and problem-solving on creating a schedule to maximize the impact of staff and provide support for all students.

Learn how to help students develop executive functioning skills and create a more structured classroom.

Becoming more aware of our own implicit biases and how they can transfer to the classroom -- and students.