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Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Part 2
Monday, February 10, 2020
Topic: Curriculum & Instruction,Data & Assessment,Early Childhood,Literacy
Sponsored by: SST 3
Presenter(s): SST 3 Consultants
Description:

(Part 2 is required for new preschool special education staff who are responsible for completing the COS process and is optional but  encouraged for those who have completed an earlier version of the COS or desire recalibration).

Child Outcomes Summary (COS) professional development Part 2 will review key features of the Child Outcomes Summary (COS) process and required information to successfully complete the process. Participants will complete application activities and explore the requirements and resources specific to state policies about collecting child outcomes data. In this session, you will gain an understanding of:

  • When to complete the COS process;
  • Utilizing the decision tree, a tool to help distinguish between the ratings;
  • How the 7-point scale is related to age-expected functioning;
  • How to complete required forms;
  • Effective COS teaming practices and how they lead to accurate ratings;
  • How to support active participation by all COS team members, including families; and
  • How to promote team discussions about a child’s functioning.
Audience: Part 2 is required for new preschool special education staff who are responsible for completing the COS process and is optional, but encouraged, for those who have completed an earlier version of the COS or desire recalibration.
This event is not open to the public.
Location: Other
Registration Time: Registration @ 12:30 p.m
Program Time: 1:00 PM and ending at 4:00 PM
Program Cost: None 
Make Check or PO Payable to: N/A
Registration Deadline: 2/10/2020
To Register:
Professional Development Contact Hours: 3.0 
Graduate Credit:
Special Notes:

To register, go to www.occrra.org and click on Search for Trainings then enter ST10081822.

For Information Call: Theresa Richardson
theresa.richardson@escneo.org
216-446-3818
Program Flyer:
COS