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Monday November 6th, 2017 9:00AM — 1:15PM
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Quality Indicators of Emotional Support Services and Programs

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Event Type: Inservices/workshops Inservices/workshops

Credit Type: Act 48 Clock Hour (4 hours) BACBPSYCH (4.5 hours)

Registration Contact: Karen Weaver, kweaver@pattan.net, 800-446-5607 x6842

Content Contact: Elaine Neugebauer, eneugebauer@pattan.net, 800-446-5607 x6867


Implementing Emotional Support services and programs requires a team focused, multidisciplinary approach. This session will introduce participants to a self-assessment tool titled, Quality Indicators of Emotional Support Services and Programs(QIESSP), that will support LEAS in implementing evidence-based Emotional Support services and programs. Participants attending this session will examine the features of the QIESSP document, consider ways in which to build or strengthen their services and programs and discuss the alignment of the QIESSP tool to the Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching.


Participants will:

  • Define how students are identified with the need for Emotional Support Services
  • Identify the seven domains within the QIESSP and discuss implications for local implementation
  • Identify the alignment of the Danielson Framework for Teaching with the revised QIESSP document

District Administrators; Special Education Directors/Supervisors; Principals; Guidance Counselors; Teachers of Emotional Support Students; School Psychologists; General Education Teachers; Behavior Specialists Related Service Providers

Individuals attending this workshop must arrive on time and stay the duration of the workshop in order to receive Act 48 Professional Education hours.

Topics Covered: Behavior


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