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  1. AAS/GT 6 hour update: Response to Intervention (RtI) and Gifted Learners
    This mandatory training meets the Texas State Plan requirement, Section 4.2C for teachers who provide instruction and services that are a part of the district's defined gifted/talented services to receive 6 hour annually of professional development in gifted/talented education that is related to state teacher education standards. Participants will explore and evaluate the connection between RtI (each tier) and appropriate interventions for gifted learners at each tier.
  2. AAS/GT Focus on Curriculum, Part III
    This training provides 6 AAS/GT hours toward the 30 hour requirement, as set by the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students, Section 4.1.1C in accordance with TAC 89.2 (1). Participants will examine differentiated instruction through the lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy and grade level TEKS.
  3. AAS/GT Focus on Gifted Curriculum, Part II
    This training provides 6 AAS/GT hours toward the 30 hour requirement, as set by the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students, Section 4.1.1C in accordance with TAC 89.2(1). Participants will learn and practice using elements of depth and complexity and other strategies for working with gifted learners.
  4. PBIS Administrator Overview
    PBIS is decision-making framework that guides selection, integration, and implementation of the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students. The PBIS Administrators’ Readiness online training will familiarize administrative staff with the PBIS framework components and concepts for beginning implementation of PBIS at the school-wide level (SWPBIS). Tools and resources are provided for assessing the readiness of a school campus to build a PBIS culture to support academic and behavioral success for students.
  5. AAS/GT Focus on Gifted Curriculum, Part I
    This workshop meets the state mandate(19 TAC 89.2(1)specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators. Participants will learn and practice skills for differentiating curriculum for gifted learners, as well review the TPSP for use with gifted students in their classrooms.
  6. ParaPros Make the Difference
    Paraprofessionals are often utilized as the facilitator for special education services, but may not have the appropriate training to fill this important role. This training clarifies the role of the paraprofessional, gives a basic look at the student who receives special education services, strategies for in-class assistance and collaboration with the special education and general education teachers.
Upcoming Sessions
  1. 85th Legislative Session Legal Update
    85th Legislative Session Legal Update
  2. Back to School
    This online course will help you with things you need to do to prepare for school starting.
  3. Orientation to the Texas Education Code for New Board Members
    Region 16 New Trustee Training Video
  4. Semester Report Cards at Elementary
    This online course is for Elementary Campuses. The course will walk the participant through the steps to complete SEMESTER Report Cards in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  5. Semester Report Cards at Secondary
    This recording will walk you through how to run semester report cards at secondary.
  6. Semester Report Cards Single-Campus Districts
    This online course is for Single Campus Districts. The course will walk the participant through the steps to complete SEMESTER Report Cards in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  7. Six Weeks Report Cards at Elementary
    This online course is for Elementary Campuses. The course will walk the participant through the steps to complete SIX WEEKS Report Cards in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  8. Six Weeks Report Cards Secondary
    This online course is for Secondary Campuses. The course will walk the participant through the steps to complete SIX WEEKS Report Cards in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  9. Six Weeks Report Cards Single Campus Districts
    This online course is for Single Campus Districts. The course will walk the participant through the steps to complete SIX WEEKS Report Cards in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  10. TxEIS Student-Creating Attendance Letters
    This online course walk the participant through the steps to create Attendance Letters in the TxEIS Student Information System.
  11. txGradebook-Getting Started
    This online course will help you get started with txGradebook.
  12. Region 16 ESC Acceptable Use Policy
    Region 16 ESC Acceptable Use Policy
  13. Region 16 ESC Excel Screener
    Region 16 ESC Excel Screener
  14. Region 16 ESC Outlook Screener
    Region 16 ESC Outlook Screener
  15. Region 16 ESC Word Screener
    Region 16 ESC Word Screener
  16. Head Start/EHS Eligibility Training & Application Process
    Information on Head Start/EHS requirements, regulations, and what you need to know to complete an application and determine eligibility.
  17. AAS/GT Focus on Gifted Curriculum, Part II
    This training provides 6 AAS/GT hours toward the 30 hour requirement, as set by the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students, Section 4.1.1C in accordance with TAC 89.2(1). Participants will learn and practice using elements of depth and complexity and other strategies for working with gifted learners.
  18. AAS/GT Focus on Curriculum, Part III
    This training provides 6 AAS/GT hours toward the 30 hour requirement, as set by the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students, Section 4.1.1C in accordance with TAC 89.2 (1). Participants will examine differentiated instruction through the lens of Bloom’s Taxonomy and grade level TEKS.
  19. AAS/GT Focus on Gifted Curriculum, Part I
    This workshop meets the state mandate(19 TAC 89.2(1)specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators. Participants will learn and practice skills for differentiating curriculum for gifted learners, as well review the TPSP for use with gifted students in their classrooms.
  20. AAS/GT Identification of Gifted Learners
    This workshop meets the state mandate(19 TAC 89.2(1)specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators. Legal issues, nominating, assessing, and placing students in gifted programs will be addressed in this workshop.
  21. AAS/GT Nature and Needs of Gifted Learners
    This workshop meets the state mandate(19 TAC 89.2(1)specifically Section 4.1.1C of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented students for teachers working toward the state required 30 hours of training for gifted educators. This workshop highlights often seen characteristics and behaviors of gifted students for classroom teachers and others new to the field of gifted education.
  22. How to Create a Google Form
    This on demand course will guide you through creating a simple Google form. It has step-by-step instructions. Give it a try!
  23. Paraprofessional Training
    This online course will help lay a foundation for paraprofessionals as they work toward “highly qualified status” according to the requirements of No Child Left Behind. This course includes three components: Reading, Writing, and Math. Participants will work through activities before taking an evaluation in each of the components. Upon receiving a passing score of 70 or above on each of the 3 evaluations, participants will receive 6 continuing professional education (CPE) credits for the session. Districts make the final determination of “highly qualified status” for all paraprofessionals according to their Board Policy.
  24. ParaPros Make the Difference
    Paraprofessionals are often utilized as the facilitator for special education services, but may not have the appropriate training to fill this important role. This training clarifies the role of the paraprofessional, gives a basic look at the student who receives special education services, strategies for in-class assistance and collaboration with the special education and general education teachers.
  25. PBIS Administrator Overview
    PBIS is decision-making framework that guides selection, integration, and implementation of the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students. The PBIS Administrators’ Readiness online training will familiarize administrative staff with the PBIS framework components and concepts for beginning implementation of PBIS at the school-wide level (SWPBIS). Tools and resources are provided for assessing the readiness of a school campus to build a PBIS culture to support academic and behavioral success for students.
  26. AAS/GT 6 hour update: Response to Intervention (RtI) and Gifted Learners
    This mandatory training meets the Texas State Plan requirement, Section 4.2C for teachers who provide instruction and services that are a part of the district's defined gifted/talented services to receive 6 hour annually of professional development in gifted/talented education that is related to state teacher education standards. Participants will explore and evaluate the connection between RtI (each tier) and appropriate interventions for gifted learners at each tier.

Region 16 Education Service CenterCenter | 5800 Bell Street | Amarillo, TX 79109-6230
Phone: 806-677-5000 | Fax: 806-677-5001

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