2022-2023 Teacher Trainer Photos: ESC Regions 6-10
Ms. Amy Glasgow trained 5 educators in Livingston ISD (ESC 6) on behavior supports for students with dual diagnosis.
Dr. Amy Porter, an LSSP in Willis ISD (ESC 6), trained five educators about screening and assessing students for dual diagnosis.
Two special education professionals, Ms. Ruth Rohrbach and Ms. Callie Roberts, trained together in Winnsboro ISD (ESC 7) and educated 8 colleagues about dual diagnosis. The team has plans to train more individuals this school year!
Ms. Julie Nelson was able to share information on the identification and referral of students suspected of having a dual diagnosis with 8 educators in Midlothian ISD (ESC 10).
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell trained five of her fellow school psychologists in College Station ISD (ESC 6) about dual diagnosis.
Special education teacher, Ms. Kimberly Politz, trained 7 colleagues in Coppell ISD (ESC 10) on the identification and referral of students with intellectual/developmental disabilities who may also have co-occurring mental health conditions. Additionally, she held a second training to discuss appropriate behavior supports for students with dual diagnosis.
Ms. Michelle Hodges, special education teacher at Vernon ISD (ESC 9), trained 14 education professionals on best practices for academic supports in working with students with dual diagnosis.
Special education teacher, Ms. Ocieanna Taylor, in Ferris ISD (ESC 10) trained five educators on best practices for behavior supports in working with students with dual diagnosis.
Ms. Rebecca Pickard, special education teacher in Queen City ISD (ESC 8), trained 11 other individuals on best practices in providing academic supports to students with co-occurring disabilities.
Special education director, Ms. Valerie Lampkin, trained 13 special education staff members in Waskom ISD (ESC 7) about screening and assessment practices.
Ms. Shawna Neal, licensed professional counselor and program director in Diboll ISD (ESC 7), trained 6 colleagues about best practices in identification and referral of students suspected of having a dual diagnosis.
Ms. Naomi Haygood, Ms. Bethany Kemp, Ms. Randi Woodard, and Ms. Charlotte Cooper from Uplift Education (ESC 10) participated in Project TEDD this year. The dynamic team trained 21 other educators using content from several modules included in the curriculum!