Topic outline

  • Welcome


    A new, more interactive and user-friendly Online Academy will be published in the next several weeks!

    Welcome to the Office of Learning Supports' Online Academy. Below you can find a collection of training resources by topic. Each topic has modules that provide training on specific aspects. Feel free to pick and choose a topic to learn more about; there is no order in which the topics should be completed.

    How to Earn Hours Certificates

    1. You must log into Moodle with an account. To register for an account, fill out this brief registration form. Please contact Adam Collins ( if you need support with creating an account. 
    2. Watch the lesson of your choosing.
    3. Download and complete the Processing Guide associated with the lesson.
    4. Upload your completed Processing Guide to Moodle.
    5. The certificate will now be available to download
    *On average, each lesson awards a one-hour certificate.

    • MTSS 101

      MTSS LogoA broad overview of MTSS and the 5 core components.

    • Team-Driven Shared Leadership

      Team-Driven Shared Leadership LogoLearn the basics of Team-Driven Shared Leadership.

    • Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making

      Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making.Learn the basics of Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making.

    • Family, School, and Community Partnering

      Family, School, and Community PartneringLearn the basics of Family, School, and Community Partnering.

    • Layered Continuum of Supports

      Layered Continuum of SupportsLearn the basics of a Layered Continuum of Supports.

    • Evidence-Based Practices

      Evidence-Based PracticesLearn the basics of Evidence-Based Practices.

    • Implementation Science

      Implementation ButtonLearn the basics of Implementation Science.

    • Response to Intervention (RtI)

      Learn the basics of Response to Intervention (RtI).RtI Logo

    • Universal Design for Learning

      Light with CutoutsLearn the basics of Universal Design for Learning.