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Appointment Agenda TPT typically works better in a longer training where there are several opportunities for interactive conversations.

Instead of times on the agenda use number slots. When it is time to pair up ask trainees to pair up with their #1, #2, etc. appointment

Use visual aids (Power Point, charts) to show the question for trainees to easily view.

Trainees can use the private chat feature to talk in groups of two.

For groups of more than 2 people use breakout rooms to move trainees into rooms where they can chat. Pre-assigning pairs and groups will make moving into groups easier.

Have a co-trainer/assistant who can help with moving people into groups/breakout rooms and provide technical assistance.

Use the chat feature with the whole group as a way to “see” responses from groups.

Instead of having trainees “move around” do random assignments for appointment agendas.

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SCCC: Orientation (GEORGIA)

Welcome to the Senior Center Community College. We want you to watch this video before you start enrolling in courses. This will give you a brief overview of what you can expect. At the conclusion of every video you will find a blue button that reads “Mark Complete.” The button will not be active or clickable until you watch the entire video. Once you have watched the video and you have clicked the “Mark Complete” button, you can then advance to the next lesson. If you try to click on the button before you have completed the videos, the button will not be active. You need to complete the entire video. For this orientation session the “Mark Complete” button will appear after you meet the faculty.

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Meet the Faculty

ENID BORDEN

ENID BORDEN

Enid is the founder and CEO of the National Foundation to
End Senior Hunger.

MATT LEVINE

MATT LEVINE

Matt is the President of the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger.

BARBARA THOMSEN

BARBARA THOMSEN

Barbara is an Education & Regulatory Outreach Consultant for the Association of Nutrition and Food Service Professionals and the owner of Aging Rules LLC (www.agingrulesblog.com).

RENAE BROWN

RENAE BROWN

Renae is the Chief Dietitian for the Department of Aging Services for the Georgia Department of Human Services.

TEMITOPE WALKER

TEMITOPE WALKER

Tope is the Senior Hunger Nutrition Coordinator in the Department of Aging Services for the Georgia Department of Human Services.

JOHN THOMPSON

JOHN THOMPSON

John is the Assistant County Administrator for the Richland County
(South Carolina) Government.

MARLEY RAVE

MARLEY RAVE

Marley is the Director, Major Giving, Major Gifts and Development
for Autism Speaks.

PARKER

PARKER

SCCC Mascot

Parker is the proud mascot of the Senior Center Community College. As a senior himself, his hobbies are eating, walking and cuddling.

Application Activity

Instructions

Now that you have had the opportunity to learn what TPTs are, how to use them, and examples of each, it’s time to put your new knowledge into practice.

In this assignment you will describe how you will implement at least 1 (one) TPT into a future training. You will submit a plan that includes training details and a detailed description of how the activity will be presented and the steps to the ripple.

If you have any questions about the assignment please reach out to april.brown2@uky.edu for assistance.

Your assignment must be completed satisfactory with a score of at least 3 out of 4 before being able to proceed to the remainder of the course. Once your answers have been submitted they will be graded within 3 business days. You will receive automatic notification (from HDI Learning) that the application activity has been graded and a separate e-mail from a Training Coach confirming the assignment has been graded and your next steps. Once you receive either notification that your application assignment has been completed satisfactory you will be able to proceed through the remaining 2 sections of the course.

Rubric

Course Wrap Up

Congratulations!

You have completed all the content for FET 375 Engaging Participants Minds as well as their bodies using TPT (2hours). Please make sure you complete the course evaluation before you go. Your feedback is appreciated and used to make recommendations and updates.

Once you have completed the evaluation please make sure you click the “mark complete” button at the bottom of the page. Credit for completion will be entered into ECE-TRIS within 10 days of completing all course components.

Please reach out to April Brown at april.brown2@uky.edu if you have any questions about the course.

If you are experiencing any technical difficulties please use the “contact us” button below.

Click below to complete the course evaluation.

Participation and Cognitive Engagement

Look at the pictures below. How would you rate the participation of the learner and the cognitive engagement of the learner.

People sitting at table taking notes looking tired or bored.

Participation:

High or Low?

Cognitive Engagement:

High or Low?

People at tables cutting out items and using other craft supplies.

Participation:

High or Low?

Cognitive Engagement:

High or Low?

 

Planning Your Training Content – September 21, 2021

Zoom Recording

Discussion Forum

Use this space to continue our conversation on Planning Your Training Content, so that we support each other in this work. Ask/answer questions, share successes and challenges, and respond to each other!

(If you have any trouble posting, email your questions to julie.halitzka@uky.edu, and we will post for you.)

SETP Evaluation

SETP Session 1 Online Course

I am satisfied with the Session 1 online courses.(Required)
These courses increased my knowledge of the Supported Employment phases of service and documentation process.(Required)
These courses increased my knowledge of the importance of valued roles for people with disabilities.(Required)

SETP Evaluation

SETP Session 1 Online Course

I am satisfied with the Session 1 online courses.(Required)
These courses increased my knowledge of the Supported Employment phases of service and documentation process.(Required)
These courses increased my knowledge of the importance of valued roles for people with disabilities.(Required)

Evaluation

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Lesson 5: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Reflect & Respond

Lesson 4: Sharing Informational Texts

Reflect & Respond

Lesson 1: Introduction

Welcome to LIB 105: Enhancing Storytimes to Promote School Readiness: Considerations for Selecting Books! To begin the course, click “Agreement to Participate” below.

Once you complete the course, a certificate of completion will be available on this page. You can access this page again through the “My Courses” tab.

Lesson 1: Supported Employment Core Training Series

Welcome to the field of Supported Employment. All Employment Specialists (those providing direct support in any phase of Supported Employment in Kentucky) are required to complete the full Supported Employment Core Training Series. This training series will provide you an overview of this service and the information needed – both process and paperwork – to support people with disabilities to find good jobs. The Core Training Series is hybrid event, each session is made up of online courses that must be completed prior to attending the live days via Zoom. 

Session 1 is an Overview of Supported Employment in Kentucky  

Upon completing Session 1 you should understand:

  • The importance of employment for people with a significant impact of disability 
  • The Kentucky service systems that provide supported employment  
  • The phases of supported employment, required documentation and billing through the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation  
  • Various ways Long Term Supports are provided/funded following the closure of a case with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.  
  • Strategies to implement the phases of service with the job seekers/employees you support.  

Session 2 is an Overview of the Impact of Wages on Benefits  

Upon completing Session 2 you should understand: 

  • The difference between Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) 
  • How SSI is impacted by earned income (wages)  
  • How SSDI is impacted by earned income (wages) 
  • The importance of ABLE accounts and Special Needs Trusts as vehicles for saving money
  • Where to find additional resources on this topic and how to connect job seekers with Benefits Counselors   

Throughout the Supported Employment Core Training Series, we will reference training materials found in an online Dropbox. You can find materials here:  

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xcxwy9d5dsbntqg/AADC74GHdTIjvgdxr6UwLLkPa?dl=0

Please watch this short overview on how to use Dropbox as your SE Core Training manual.  

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After you complete the final Session 2 live day via Zoom, you will receive a link to the final quiz for the Supported Employment Core Training Series. Upon passing this quiz, you will receive your certificate of completion.