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Infinitec offers over 600 video presentations to meet
your professional learning needs.


Newly added for Schools:

*Para Power! Supervision of Common Areas in Elementary School
by Linda Aldridge, found under Paraprofessionals

*Emergent Literacy 2 part series: (1) The Continuum of Emergent
to Conventional Literacy
(2) Keeping It Simple: A Framework for Comprehensive
Emergent Literacy Instruction
by Erin Sheldon found under Reading

Balance Your Conflict by Dr. Jody Janati
found under Archived Webinars

*Reaching New Heights Through Differentiated Visual Supports
in the High School Setting
by Ashley Larisey and Lauren Sheehan
found under Archived Webinars

*Mental Health Challenges in Autism: Depression and Suicide
by Dr. Ruth Aspy, found under Autism


Newly added for Social Services:

*QIDP Module 6: Advocacy Rights and Resources


New IL Training Requirement: 
Sexual Harassment Prevention

Looking for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training required by the new Illinois Workforce Training Act (WTA)?  You've come to the right place!  Infinitec staff are hard at work developing this training for our Illinois member agencies and school districts.  The law states that you have all of 2020 to complete the training, but we understand that you'd rather get it done sooner than later. 

The WTA outlines that the IL Department of Human Rights will be issuing a "model training" for employers to use.  That model training hasn't been released yet, but once it is, our plan is to transfer the content into our format and post it in the Online Classroom so that it can be assigned as a Learning Path and tracked with ENGAGE, which will allow you to pull Campaign reports that will serve as documentation of compliance with the law.   Compliance and documentation are of the utmost importance with this law, so rather than direct member agencies over to the IL Department of Human Rights' website to take the training, we'll make it Infinitec-friendly.  We did something similar with the DCFS Mandated Reporter training.

Once completed and posted on the site, there will be two versions: one for managers and one for non-managers.  The law mandates that two different versions be available and employees should complete the version that is appropriate to their position.  Each training will be a minimum of one-hour long, which is also a requirement of the law.  A quiz will accompany each video. 

If you are a professional who is licensed through the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (IDPR), rest assured that the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training videos on Infinitec will meet the training requirement as outlined by the IDPR in the memo dated November 4, 2019, because Infinitec is an approved provider of Continuing Education (CE) hours.

If you still have questions about WTA compliance, please contact Shannon Benaitis, Infinitec Content Developer, at

Chromebook Apps and Extensions for Dyslexia
November 25, 2019, 5:59 PM GMT

app wheelThis 2019 dyslexia wheel update is free to download from CALL Scotland and includes new additions.  You will also find blue text represents apps and green text represents extensions. 

Book Creator Available for Chrome
September 13, 2019, 3:18 PM GMT

Book creator logoYou've probably used the Book Creator app on an iPad, but now Book Creator is available for Chrome users, whether you have a license through your school or you use it independently. Simply create your library, invite students by sharing a code, and get started with your first book.  

Apps for Students with Autism, Version 5
March 18, 2019, 1:42 PM GMT

Autism apps wheelVersion 5 of this autism apps wheel provides a sampling of educational apps based on common learning characteristics and traits typical for students with ASD. Thanks to Mark Coppin for developing, sharing, and updating this tool. You will find it at Prairie Assistive Technology.

Tips, Tricks and Tools to Build Your Inclusive Classroom Through UDL
March 04, 2019, 3:32 PM GMT

girl using computerCheck out Mike Marotta's EdSurge article on UDL for an overview of the three principles of UDL along with real world classroom applications which lead to a more inclusive learning experience for all students.

Apps to Support Successful Transition
February 18, 2019, 3:08 PM GMT

app wheelVersion 2 of this transition wheel provides a sampling of apps that support indepdence in the areas of daily living, organization, study, vocation, reading and writing. Thanks to Mark Coppin for developing, sharing, and updating this tool. You will find it at Prairie Assistive Technology.

Chromebook Accessibility and Learning Tools
February 11, 2019, 4:18 PM GMT

child using chromebookThis Chromebook Accessibility and Learning Tools "poster" from CALL Scotland features finding and turning on accessibility features on a Chromebook, listening to spoken text aloud, voice typing, magnification tool, Chrome Vox and mouse options including dwell clicking. 

MN Joint Hearing Reports Stats from NAMI on Mental Health
January 30, 2019, 10:17 PM GMT

The House Education Finance and Policy Committees held a joint hearing on 1/29/19 and opened with a presentation from NAMI. Highlights include data that 50% of student mental health issues begin before age 14, 20% of students age 14-18 will live with a mental health issue, 1 in 5 students had a symptom of depression in the last two weeks and suicide is now the second leading cause of death in people aged 10-34. Read more or watch the hearing video. 

Beginning Communicators: Learning Through Touch Cues
January 28, 2019, 6:53 PM GMT

2 little girls one putting hand on shoulder of girl in wheelchairHere's an interesting idea originally developed for students who are deaf or blind, but definitely has application for the beginning communicator.  It's the use of simple tactile cues selected for an individual learner that are used to precede an activity. Check out Carole Zangari's post from January 28 on the PrAACtical AAC website.

Executive Function App Wheel
January 17, 2019, 9:11 PM GMT

4 concentric circles with skill, issues, app categories and links to specific apps This wheel provides a sampling of apps available for 8 skill areas for students with executive functioning concerns.  Thanks to Mark Coppin for developing and sharing this tool. You will find it at Prairie Assistive Technology under resources.

Billy Footwear
September 26, 2018, 9:22 PM GMT

2 blue canvas high top shoesAt last! Shoes that look great but are easy to put on, even with AFOs. They've done away with velcro and use zippers that open the front aspect of the shoe and let the foot be placed in the shoe, not smashed in.  Take a look at Billy Footwear.

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