Inclusionary Practices eLearning for Educators

The eLearning for Educators Project offers affordable online courses and no-cost mini-trainings. New offerings are available now with more coming soon. The project is one of the OSPI Special Education State Needs Projects.

Available now! Three New Mini-Training Modules:

  • Discipline in the Special Education Process (No cost; 0 clock hours)

  • Considering Paraeducator Support in the Special Education Process (No cost; 0 clock hours)

  • Service Delivery in the Special Education Process (No cost; 0 clock hours) 

The new modules are a part of a growing menu that specifically addresses common training needs arising from the Special Education Community Complaint Process (SECC). Developed in collaboration with OSPI, the mini-training modules provide an option for school districts looking for vetted training in response to a SECC decision. Designed for individual or group access, at no cost. Clock hours are not provided.

Available now! Eleven New Course Offerings:

  • Family Engagement: Collaborating with Families of Students with Disabilities

  • Multi-Tiered System of Supports: Team-Driven Shared Leadership*

  • Meaningful Transitions: Connecting IEP Transition Planning, HSBP, and Graduation Pathways*

  • Explicit Instruction: Supporting Practices and Implementation

  • Assistive Technology

  • Inclusionary Practices: Ch. 1: An Instructional Guide for Inclusive Educators*

  • Inclusionary Practices: Ch. 2: Inclusive Learning Environments*

  • Restorative Practices*

  • Understanding and Responding to Trauma*

  • Equity Concepts: Mindset-Equity and Inclusion, Implicit Bias, and Repairing Harm*

  • Self-Care and Relationships*

You can find more information about these new offerings at evergreen.edu/elearningforeducators/elearning-educators. Offerings marked by an asterisk (*) are available free of charge (select Free Offerings when registering) or for a nominal fee for clock hours. 

If you have questions or need more information, please contact elearningforeducators@evergreen.edu