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Curriculum Associates Offers Free Online Training

By eSchool News
June 3rd, 2002

One of the greatest challenges teachers face is trying to balance heavy workloads with implementing new programs in the classroom. Curriculum Associates is offering educators an anytime, anywhere training for their key programs via CA101, free online training module accessible through the Curriculum Associates Web site.

The training modules consist of downloadable handouts, Flash-supported audio/visual presentations and multiple-choice “Test Yourself” quizzes that enable users to evaluate their own understanding of the material. The first e-training module available at CA101 helps you understand and use the key features for S-BIP(Student Behavior Intervention Planner), a program that allows all school staff to collectively report on a student’s behavior and in order to prescribe more apporiate alternative behaviors. Training for other programs will be available in the near future.

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Curriculum Associates Offers Free Online Training

By eSchool News
June 3rd, 2002

One of the greatest challenges teachers face is trying to balance heavy workloads with implementing new programs in the classroom. Curriculum Associates is offering educators an anytime, anywhere training for their key programs via CA101, free online training module accessible through the Curriculum Associates Web site.

The training modules consist of downloadable handouts, Flash-supported audio/visual presentations and multiple-choice “Test Yourself” quizzes that enable users to evaluate their own understanding of the material. The first e-training module available at CA101 helps you understand and use the key features for S-BIP(Student Behavior Intervention Planner), a program that allows all school staff to collectively report on a student’s behavior and in order to prescribe more apporiate alternative behaviors. Training for other programs will be available in the near future.

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Curriculum Associates Offers Free Online Training

By eSchool News
June 3rd, 2002

One of the greatest challenges teachers face is trying to balance heavy workloads with implementing new programs in the classroom. Curriculum Associates is offering educators an anytime, anywhere training for their key programs via CA101, free online training module accessible through the Curriculum Associates Web site.

The training modules consist of downloadable handouts, Flash-supported audio/visual presentations and multiple-choice “Test Yourself” quizzes that enable users to evaluate their own understanding of the material. The first e-training module available at CA101 helps you understand and use the key features for S-BIP(Student Behavior Intervention Planner), a program that allows all school staff to collectively report on a student’s behavior and in order to prescribe more apporiate alternative behaviors. Training for other programs will be available in the near future.

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Curriculum Associates Offers Free Online Training

By eSchool News
June 3rd, 2002

One of the greatest challenges teachers face is trying to balance heavy workloads with implementing new programs in the classroom. Curriculum Associates is offering educators an anytime, anywhere training for their key programs via CA101, free online training module accessible through the Curriculum Associates Web site.

The training modules consist of downloadable handouts, Flash-supported audio/visual presentations and multiple-choice ‘Test Yourself’ quizzes that enable users to evaluate their own understanding of the material. The first e-training module available at CA101 helps you understand and use the key features for S-BIP(Student Behavior Intervention Planner), a program that allows all school staff to collectively report on a student’s behavior and in order to prescribe more apporiate alternative behaviors. Training for other programs will be available in the near future.

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