Monthly Archives: September 2023
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Math Intervention for Responsive Teaching The CRAEA Math Team is once again offering Math Intervention for Responsive Teaching on certain Wednesdays after school in October, November, December, and February. This course covers essential elementary math content and intervention best practice … Continue reading
Are you or someone you know looking to strengthen your skills using evidence based strategies with students on the Autism Spectrum or other communication developmental delays? The Universal Strategies and Implementation Coaching for Students with Autism Course is available in … Continue reading
Four times throughout this year, we will be gathering with our CRAEA staff colleagues during regional meetings for a session of learning. As a reminder, regional meetings are: October 2, 2023 November 28, 2023 February 15, 2024 April 16, 2024 … Continue reading
Every Wednesday, Amy Knupp, Executive Director of Special Education meets with staff for a Q and A session. If you missed this week’s session, check out the recording on this document.
This year iCase is offering the following webinars via Zoom: October 18, 2023- 10:00-11:30 AM – Iowa Department of Education – Dyslexia February 7, 2024 -10:00-11:30 AM – Secondary Transition (Ahlers Law Firm) April 10, 2024 -10:00-11:30 AM – A … Continue reading
The current special education updates can be found online, along with updates from previous months. Please reach out to your regional administrator if you have any questions
The Medicaid flowchart for billing is now available. Please note one small change in the center blue box that refers to the kind of associate found on Page F of the IEP. This can now be found under Services on … Continue reading
Central Rivers AEA is hosting STAR Comprehensive Training in October. AEA special education staff are being asked to please share this upcoming training opportunity with district administrators and teachers. STAR Training is most appropriate for PK-8th grade teachers of students … Continue reading