Free training for educators who serve students with disabilities
Through a partnership with eLearning for Educators at The Evergreen State College and a grant from OSPI, WEA is offering free online courses about inclusionary practices. Inclusionary practices are strategies educators can use to support all students.
The online courses are available to all educators through WEA's inclusionary practices grant. Funding for this opportunity is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may only register for one course at a time, and successful course completion is required before registering for additional courses.
Accessing this opportunity is easy. Navigate to the eLearning for Educators website. Read through the descriptions for the courses outlined below and select only ONE. Only the classes outlined below are available for free with this grant.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Overview for Educators and Evidence-Based Practices
- Classroom Assessment: Progress Monitoring
- Classroom Management and Addressing Challenging Behaviors
- Differentiated Instruction
- Evidence-based Practices
- Functional Behavioral Assessment
- High-Leverage Practices
- Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology
- Universal Design for Learning
Proceed to the "How to Register" area on the right side of the website and click on the "register online" link. When completing the online registration form, download and refer to these registration instructions. Within two to three business days of registering, you'll receive an email from eLearning for Educators with instructions on how to access the course. If you have questions or need more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.