For DOE Employees

 For DOE Employees

For DOE Employees

Professional Development

There are over 300 professional learning opportunities available on everything from Autism to PBIS for you to attend. Look them over and register for one now.

Adapted Books 

Explore these teacher-created and published books that work with Smartboards, Boardmaker, Writing with Symbols, and PowerPoint software. They have been also been converted to Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.

Explore these Literacy Units of Study with Elementary, Middle School and High School classes.

Assistive Technology

Request:

  • Assistive Technology Evaluations matching technology to individual needs
  • Training and support on integrating technology--for both staff and families
  • Professional Development opportunities

in order to enable students to find independence, communicate with staff, and interact with instructional materials.

Individualized Education Program

There are 5 steps in the Special Education process: Initial referral or "request for referral;" Evaluation; The IEP team meeting; Recommendations; Review.

Instruction

Find out about D75 and the Common Core, Assessments / Alternate Assessments and Universal Designs for Learning.

Professional Development

Every teacher and staff member working in District 75 is considered to be a lifelong learner. As such, there are many professional development opportunities offered throughout the school year.

Related Services

Explore the occupational, physical, speech and counseling therapies Students with IEPs often receive.

Response To Intervention

"Response to Intervention" (RTI) is a foundation of teaching practice that works to scientifically match individual students to the teaching practices that are effective for them.

Teacher Effectiveness

Learn how to use the Danielson’s Framework for Teachers (FFT) as a tool for identifying effective teaching practice. Reflect on your own teachering practice. Improve instruction--and student achievement--for all students.

Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn. UDL provides a framework for understanding how to create curricula that meets the needs of all learners from the star