Upcoming Hamilton County ESC Events


Participants will: program a cell in Touch Chat. describe the different features available in Touch …
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The R Factor – 1/25/2018

The most complex variable in your world is not the circumstances you encounter or the …
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Participants will: delineate fundamentals of co-teaching. experience co-teaching models. plan for successful co-teaching. Register at …
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Assistive Technology: Tech Center Night – 2/1/2018

Participants will: Learn three new features of assistive technology tools. Explore a minimum of three …
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Applicant Tracking for HCESC Supervisors – 2/1/2018

Participants will learn to: edit the Applicant Dashboard so the most relevant candidate information is …
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Need assistance with an HCESC sponsored event?

Contact Mary Beth Greco

Online Learning with ed2go

Hamilton County ESC has partnered with Cengage Learning’s ed2go to offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely online. All courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. The online courses are affordable, fun, fast, and convenient.

  • Sessions start monthly
  • Convenient six-week format
  • Interactive learning environment
  • Instructor-led courses
  • Award of completion with passing score

Courses are available in the following categories: Accounting and Finance, Business, College Readiness, Computer Applications, Design and Composition, Healthcare and Medical, Language and Arts, Law and Legal, Personal Development, Teaching and Education, Technology, Writing and Publishing.

Need assistance with an
ed2go course?

Contact Anita Lewis

State Support Team Region 13

Hamilton County ESC serves as the fiscal agent for State Support Team Region 13.

SST13 events can be found on their website http://www.sst13.org and registration is done through the Ohio Department of Education’s SAFE web portal.

The 16 State Support Teams are responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, special education compliance, postsecondary transition, early learning and school readiness, and parent and family involvement services to districts using a differentiated technical assistance structure of support based upon need. Sixteen ESC’s were selected through an RFP process to act as Fiscal Agents.

The teams work through the Office for Exceptional Children, Office of Early Learning and School Readiness, and the Office of Improvement and Innovation by providing technical assistance and professional development.

Need assistance with an
SST13 sponsored event?

Contact Elsa Reverendo

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