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Human Resources Development (HRD)

FDLRS Human Resources Development (HRD) function personnel collaboratively plan and provide information, training, technical assistance/consultation and resources related to effective instructional strategies and models for the education of children and youth who are exceptional and/or have unique needs based on locally assessed needs and established priorities.

HRD services include needs assessments and personnel development with multi-level professional development activities at the awareness, comprehensive, integration, application, and follow-up levels.

For more information on HRD services in your area, contact your local FDLRS Associate CenterSelect your school district under the Find A Center menu on the left side of the screen or by selecting the name of your FDLRS Associate Center in the Local Service menu.

 

Sampling of Services offered by Human Resource Development:

  • Access to the General Curriculum
  • Accommodations/Modifications
  • Algebraic Thinking & Mathematics Strategies
  • Assessment
  • Building Professional Learning Communities
  • CHAMPS
  • Classroom Management
  • Classroom Observations and Demonstrations
  • Collaborative/Co-Teaching Model
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Disability Awareness
  • Discipline in the Secondary Classroom
  • Florida Standards & ACCESS Points
  • IDEA Implementation Intiatives
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Instructional Modalities/ Learning Styles
  • Least Restrictive Environment
  • Matrix of Services
  • Measurable Annual Goals
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)
  • Quality IEPs
  • Small Group Planning & Problem Solving Process (SGPPS)
  • Strategic Instruction Model (SIM):  Content Enhancement and Learning Strategies
  • Support for FDOE Reading and STEM Initiatives
  • Technical Assistance
  • The Responsive Classroom:  Universally Designed and Differentiated
  • Transition (Middle/Secondary Levels)
  • Universal Design for Learning

Statewide services are also available for students who are deaf & hard of hearing (RMTC: D/HH) and for students who are blind or visually impaired (FIMC-VI).

 

FDLRS Administration Contact:

TBD
Coordinator
FDLRS Administration Project
Phone: (386) 312-2265
E-mail:  
Website: http://www.fdlrs.org 
Statewide Contact:

Mary Ann Ahearn
Program Administrator
FDLRS Administration Project
Phone: (386) 312-2265
E-mail: ahearnm@nefec.org 
Website: http://www.fdlrs.org 

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