Other Area Professional Learning Opportunities


Trauma Informed Relationship Focused:

2023 TIRF Conference. Participants need to sign in to each session at or before the start time, attend the entire keynote and breakout sessions, sign off at the end of keynote and breakout sessions and complete the course evaluation for each to earn CE credit.


Illinois Elevating Special Educators (IESE) Network and Illinois Specific Learning Disability (SLD) Support Project have numerous quality professional development opportunities and resources for our area’s educators, specifically in the area of special education. All resources on both sites are FREE and endorsed by ISBE.

The Ed Leaders Network offers many free professional learning opportunities. These valuable trainings are led by leaders in the education field.

Click here for more information.

TEAACH Act/Asian American History Professional Development

In April 2021, the TEAACH act amended the Illinois School Code. This act ensures that the contributions of Asian Americans are taught to elementary and high school students. This act went into effect this school year.

These free sessions provide the resources and knowledge educators need to teach about the contributions of the Asian American community in our state and country.

Illinois professional development hours will be given for participation in these sessions.

For more information or to register, click here.

Google Level 1 and Google Level 2 - Virtual Recordings

Lisa Schwartz, with the LTC, has provided recordings of Google Level 1 and Google Level 2 workshops. Visit her YouTube channel to view these recordings.

Unfinished Learning Webinars - Virtual Recordings


Illinois State Board of Education has established Communities of Practice (CoP) to engage educators in dialogue and planning regarding Unfinished Learning. To view the recorded webinars, visit the link above. If you have additional questions, please email jterwelp@roe1.net.