Professional Development

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Professional Development

Professional Development

The Learning Resource Center-South staff at Rowan University, in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) Office of Special Education Professional Development (OSEPD), provides regional and targeted professional development and technical assistance to educators and families of students with disabilities.

The LRC-South is housed within the College of Education at Rowan University. The College has a multitude of formal and informal relationships with schools and a longstanding, ever expanding, Professional Development School (PDS) Network. Each school within the PDS Network has assigned Professors-in-Residence who spends at least 2-days per week onsite working directly with practicing teachers and preservice teachers.

The LRC-South hosts two workshops, four additional Webinars, and Make It & Take It sessions per month targeted towards professional learning opportunities for all educational professionals including:

  • General & Special Education Teachers
  • Preservice Teachers
  • Paraprofessionals
  • School Leaders
  • Advocates/Advocacy Group Members

See what's on deck and past recorded sessions by exploring the tabs below.

PD Workshops

These workshops will provide an in-depth, practical, and hands-on exploration into EBPs and the High Leverage Practices (HLP) unique to special education as identified by the IDEA funded, Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform [CEEDAR] Center (McLeskey & Brownell, 2015).

All Webinars and Make It & Take It sessions will be recorded and available online. Please visit tabs below to review past sessions.

Don’t miss out on our upcoming events view our calendar here.

Webinar Wednesday

Each webinar will allow participants interested in deepening their understanding of special education to engage in online discussions and training events. All webinars will be recorded and available online. For upcoming webinars please visit our Events Page.

Make It & Take It

All sessions will consist of hands-on activities for all stakeholders and regularly monthly meetings to further support students with disabilities of all ages by engaging educators, parents/guardians, families of students with disabilities, and other community members.