The Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) provides diagnostic, instructional, and technology support services to district exceptional education programs and families of students with disabilities. Service centers include Associate Centers that directly serve school districts in the areas of Child Find, Parent Services, Human Resource Development (HRD), and Technology. In addition, the FDLRS Network also includes Multi-disciplinary Centers who focus on in-depth evaluations and several statewide projects offering specialized services.
Audience: Florida Educators interested in SIM Learning Strategies on Listening and Note-Taking, & Test-Taking.
SIM encompasses more than 30 Learning Strategies that can help students overcome specific learning difficulties that impede literacy from identifying words in a text to completing assignments on time to writing essays. Students use SIM Learning Strategies--an approach to learning and using information--to help them understand information and solve problems. Students who do not know or use good learning strategies often learn passively and ultimately fail in school. SIM Learning Strategy instruction focuses on making students active learners.
Event Dates/Times: Attendance at both days is required plus a follow up session to be scheduled.
- October 12, 2021 from 4:00pm-7:00pm, EST
- October 13, 2021 from 4:00pm-7:00pm, EST
Registration Deadline: Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. Training link and materials will be sent out to registrants prior to the event.
Questions? Please contact Alice Schmitges at firstname.lastname@example.org or 386-312-2265.
FDLRS invites all Florida parents, families, and professionals working with students with disabilities to view our bank of Recorded Webinars. Topics range from behavior to academic supports. Recorded webinars are available to parents and educators year round.
The University of Florida Literacy Institute (UFLI) and the Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) presented a statewide webinar for Literacy Coaches, Directors of Curriculum and Instruction, Reading Interventionists, and Reading Professional Developers. If you missed it or you would like to watch it again, you now have that opportunity! Check out the recording on our Recorded Webinars page.
Gain a better understanding of special education processes and learn how to help your child benefit from special education services by accessing Special Ed Connection ®.
Professional Development Registration is handled at bit.ly/FDLRSActionCourses. This is a brand new registration system, unless you have attended a training with us in July or August of 2021 or have already registered for a course on the new system, you will need to create a new account.
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Florida Department of Education is proud to provide
access to Special Ed Connection® to parents of students with disabilities.
Professional Development Alternatives (PDA) provide facilitated and independent study online courses that can help teachers receive or renew their teacher certification. To see what courses are available and get course descriptions go to www.fl-pda.org.
Participants taking professional development through FDLRS/FIN will not be awarded inservice points unless
Student Implementation Data is provided via our website. You will be emailed a certificate after course closing.
Please understand that FDLRS does not process inservice points, nor do we report anything directly to the state.
You will need to work with the certification department in your district.
As professional learning evolves overtime, there are numerous ways in which teachers can learn and grow including PLCs, lesson study, peer observation, self-study, distance/blended learning and attending face-to-face courses with colleagues in central Florida. Each of these methods of learning contributes to professional growth. As reflective practitioners, educators are accountable
to ensure personal learning results in a change in practice that increases student achievement.