OSDE - SES Tuesday November 27, 2018

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Special Education Services

IEP Goals and Progress Monitoring Trainings

ADDITIONAL DATES ADDED (OKC and Sapulpa) - Registration Open!

Measurable goals that are directly linked to educational needs are an essential factor in developing effective Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for students. This professional development will provide guidance in developing meaningful goals that can be monitored regularly to determine if progress is being made or if revisions are needed to a student’s educational programming. We will also introduce the Goals Progress Monitoring Wizard that will be available in the OK EdPlan System in fall 2019.

We will be offering a morning session (9:00- Noon) and an afternoon session (1:00 - 4:00) at both locations.


Non-Traditional Route to Special Education Certification (Boot Camp)

https://sde.ok.gov/non-traditional-route-special-education-teacher-certification

The State Board of Education will issue a one-year provisional certificate to teach in the area of mild-moderate or severe-profound disabilities grades PK-12. The teacher may renew the certificate two more times if the individual has completed at least six credit hours in a non-traditional route to certification program or toward a master’s degree in special education.

OSDE Boot Camp Candidates

Note: Once you have a Boot Camp Letter of Completion, complete the Provisional Certificate Application to receive your Provisional Certificate.

Contact Information:
Teacher Certification: (405)521-3337
Special Education: (405)521-3351 Jacque Cullen
Email: SpecEdBootCamp@sde.ok.gov

This process is designed for candidates who meet the following criteria:

  • Have earned any four-year degree from an Institution of Higher Education holding Regional Accreditation
  • Have a Grade Point Average of 2.75 or higher from a previous degree program
  • Have a recommendation from a representative at a school district or Institution of Higher Education
  • Pass a National Background Check
  • Commit to complete a Master’s Degree or Certification in Special Education

OSDE Boot Camp Dates
     2018-19 Sessions:

  • January 19- March 23,2019- Oklahoma State Department of Education Application Deadline: December 20, 2018
  • January 13- March 16, 2019- Tulsa Area Application Deadline: December 15, 2018
  • February 1-May 4, 2019- Norman Public Schools (Norman area only) Application Deadline: January 10, 2019
  • April 6-June 8, 2019- Oklahoma State Department of Education Applications: Closed at this time

 

Jacque Cullen, Specialist Professional Development
Special Education Services
Oklahoma State Department of Education
2500 N. Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4599
405-521-4867
fax 405-522-3503


IEP Webinar Series

Make sure to tune in tomorrow November 28 at 11:00 am and 11:45 am  for our Webinar titled: How to write an effective and compliant IEP.


REMINDER: General Claims Information

Pursuant to the Joint Federal Programs Claims Procedures, districts should submit at least one claim by the end of November. Districts that have not filed a claim by November will be contacted.


School Based Medicaid

School Based Medicaid Services Participation Agreement is now available through the Grants Management System. All districts choosing to use this agreement may begin completing their online application. Follow these steps for application completion.

1. Go to “GMS Access / Select” and scroll to available applications under IDEA.
2. Click “Create” on the line for “School Based Health Part”. Once you have created the application it will appear under your applications.
3. Please agree to all assurances, upload the signature page, and submit.

Note: On the signature page please make sure you include a signature, printed name, printed title, and date of board approval