Our Exceptional Child Online Professional Development System provides administrators a wide variety of evidence-based online training to all staff who support students with exceptionalities.

Each of our self-paced courses is written by a leading expert and covers special education-related topics, including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, behavior, bullying, dyslexia, IEP process, special ed law, and transition, and includes interventions, actionable ideas, assessments, helpful reference materials, and a certificate of completion.

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Special Education Directors

Provide affordable, effective professional development without pulling teachers out of the classroom.

 

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General Education Teachers

Access engaging video courses on key topics that will help you meet the needs of the diverse students in your classroom.

 

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Paraeducators

Learn effective behavior management strategies to address a wide range of individual student needs.

 

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Risk Management Directors

Provide training on key special education laws and important safety topics, like restraint and seclusion.

 

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Key Topics

Find courses on key special education-related topics, including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, behavior, bullying, dyslexia, IEP process, special ed law, transition, and more.

Expert Authors

Every course is written by a leading expert and includes interventions, actionable ideas, assessments, helpful reference materials, and a certificate of completion.

Self-Paced

Self-paced courses can be taken when it’s most convenient for educators from any web-enabled device.

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Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports

PBIS is a framework of research-validated strategies designed to create school environments that promote and support appropriate behavior from all students.

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Paraeducator Training

Deliver effective training to the paraeducators who play a critical role in helping certified and licensed school staff serve an increasingly diverse student population.

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Managing Challenging Student Behavior

This two-part series addresses how educators can handle disruptive behavior so all students can focus on learning. Learn how to build a foundation that prevents the onset of problematic behavior.

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Special Ed Compliance

Learn the law. Ensure your school’s educators know how to comply with section 504 which protects students with mental or physical impairments that substantially limit major-life activities.

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