2021-2022: Year 2 Teacher Trainer Photos
As part of the project's outreach and engagement, Project TEDD participants are required to train other individuals in their school districts about dual diagnosis. The pictures below were submitted by project participants in ESC Regions 1-5 who completed their district training during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Ms. Bonnie Hybner trained 9 educators in Aransas County ISD (ESC 2) on behavior and academic supports for students with dual diagnosis.
Educators in Texas City ISD (ESC 4) learned about the characteristics of dual diagnosis with Ms. Christina Salinas.
Two special education teachers, Ms. Cynthia Gourley and Ms. Cassandra Lafayette, trained together in Sheldon ISD (ESC 4) and presented content from all six training modules to 11 colleagues.
Ms. Heather Smith was able to share information on dual diagnosis and behavior support strategies to 17 educators at Calvin Nelms Charter School (ESC 4).
Special education teacher, Ms. Mandy Gandesbery, trained 7 educators in Ingleside ISD about dual diagnosis.
Mr. Franklyn Kornn, a special education teacher at Cleveland ISD (ESC 4), presented information on identification and referral considerations for students with dual diagnosis to 20 teachers in his school district.
Ms. Rhonda Morales, special education teacher in Edna ISD, successfully trained 13 educators across the Jackson County Special Services Cooperative (ESC 3)!
Special education teacher, Ms. Anabel Hinojosa, presented information about dual diagnosis to five of her colleagues in Sharyland ISD (ESC 1).
Ms. Morgan Milligan, special education teacher, trained seven teachers in Little Cypress Mauriceville ISD (ESC 5) on best practices for behavior and academic supports.
Nederland ISD (ESC 5) special education teacher, Ms. Caitlin Molbert, trained five of her colleagues on dual diagnosis.
Ms. Maisie Benoit educated 17 teachers in Port Neches-Groves ISD (ESC 5) about working with students with dual diagnosis!
Ms. Tamela Hebert in Port Arthur ISD (ESC 5) trained seven special education teachers about dual diagnosis.
Ms. Bellanira Arias, special education teacher, presented an overview of dual diagnosis to 10 educators in Robstown ISD (ESC 2).
Ms. Angela Wengler, special education teacher, trained six individuals on dual diagnosis in El Campo ISD (ESC 3).
Special education teacher, Ms. Stephanie Aguilar, trained five colleagues in Goliad ISD (ESC 3) on academic supports for students with dual diagnosis.
Ms. DaLissa Spaeth, elementary special education teacher, also trained her colleagues in Goliad ISD (ESC 3) on working with students with dual diagnosis.
Special education teacher, Ms. Gail Diaz, was able to train six educators in Bishop CISD (ESC 2) about the identification and referral of students suspected of having a dual diagnosis.
Ms. Aurelia Jimenez, special education teacher, presented information about dual diagnosis to six colleagues and parents in San Benito CISD (ESC 1).
Special education teacher, Ms. Alisha Martinez, successfully trained five educators in Little Cypress Mauriceville CISD (ESC 5).
Ms. Brandi Miller, special education teacher, presented information about dual diagnosis to six teachers in Silsbee ISD (ESC 5).
Ms. Roxanne McMahon, educational diagnostician, trained five other educators about dual diagnosis in Flour Bluff ISD (ESC 2).
Ms. Alice West, adaptive education teacher in Corpus Christi ISD (ESC 2), trained a total of 30 individuals about dual diagnosis!
Mr. Federico Sifuentes, special education teacher and coach in Lyford ISD (ESC 1), was able to train five fellow educators about dual diagnosis.