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  1. ESC-2 Science TEKS Review K-8 Focus Groups

    The SBOE's TEKS Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) review and revision's process calls for ESCs to conduct focus groups to solicit feedback from educators in their regions during the review and revisions of the TEKS.

    ESC-2 will be convening two virtual focus group sessions:  K-5th Grade and 6th -8th grade.

    A full review of the the Science TEKS began in January 2020.

    ESC-2 is coordinating and collecting regional feedback on the draft recommendations.

    We ask that prior to attending our virtual sessions, participants review the draft standards at https://tea.texas.gov/academics/curriculum-standards/teks-review/science-teks-review-work-group-drafts

    This will allow for more time to collect feedback on the proposed changes.

    We look forward to working with you and gathering your feedback.

  2. SPP 13: Tips not Tricks

    Join us for a virtual workshop on tips for a successful SPP 13 submission.  

    Indicator 13 is the percent of youth aged 16 and above with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) that includes appropriate measurable post-secondary goals that are annually updated and based upon multiple pieces of data including an age appropriate transition assessment, transition services, and courses of study, that will reasonably enable the student to meet those post-secondary goals, as well as annual IEP goals related to the student’s transition services needs. Further, there must be evidence that the student was invited to the IEP Team meeting where transition services are to be discussed and evidence that, if appropriate, a representative of any participating agency was invited to the IEP Team meeting with the prior consent of the parent or student who has reached the age of majority.
    Data collection 
    Data for Indicator 13 must be entered by a Data Entry Agent or LEA Certifier into the web-based SPP 13 application by accessing the Texas Education Agency Login (TEAL). The District Certifier is responsible for ensuring that the data are accurate and therefore, must be knowledgeable of the process. The district data entry agent and district certifier will enter district data collectively when necessary. Once entered and complete, the district certifier will certify the data. The TEAL application for Indicator 13 will open April 1, 2020. Every district which meets the data collection criteria must complete and certified status by August 14, 2020, regardless of whether the district has student data to enter.

  3. 2020 21 Webinar 9 : Doin’ the three-step: Intentionally moving language forward through augmentative communication: Make a Decision on the personal system
    Decisions begin by asking good questions. The key question related to determining a personal AAC system is: What is the goal for language using a personal augmentative communication system? Additional questions include: What is the current communication? Who needs to be involved? What needs to be evaluated? How will the evaluation be conducted? Where will the AAC system be supported? Asking valuable questions and analyzing the answers will result in plans that are focused on developing language, in ways that language is developed.

  4. The Monthly Monitor: Updates for State & Federal Programs

    The Monthly Monitor provides current information for program staff responsible for oversight of federal and state requirements. Webinar-based meetings include relevant and timely information on topics related to program and fiscal compliance and other related items. Meetings also provide opportunities for participants to network with other state and federal program staff within the region.

  5. SPP 11 Tips, Tools and Submission Steps

    SPP 11 Measures the percentage of children who were evaluated within the state established timeline after receiving informed, written parental consent to evaluate.

    Join us for a virtual workshop on SPP indicator 11 and the submission process.  This workshop will outline the steps and the data collection process leading up to this submission.  You will also receive some useful tools for this submission and collection process.  

  6. SPP 12: What You Need to Know About Your ECI Submission

    SPP 12 Measures the percentage of students referred by Part C/Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) prior to age 3 who are found eligible for Part B/District Special Education Services and who have an IEP (Individualized Education Program) developed and implemented by their third birthday.

    Join us for a virtual workshop to address what is required of your for your SPP 12 submission. We will discuss timelines, frequently asked questions and how to properly document throughout the entire academic year to ensure compliance within the TEA guidelines. You will receive tools to assist you with the maintenance of this yearlong process.

  7. Student Techbook: Using Digital Interactive Notebooks in Secondary Science
    Interactive notebooks are a central space where students can capture their learning. In this session, participants will learn how to incorporate digital notebooks in the secondary science classroom. Activities and shared resources will focus on secondary grade level TEKS that may not have been taught due to COVID-19 school closures.

  8. Using Google Suite to Support At-Risk Writers in the ELAR Classroom
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