You've Arrived at Padlet Land!

Even before COVID-19, we started using Padlet technology here at Butte County SELPA.  A Padlet is just a place to store a variety of resources in an organized manner.  It doesn't require any special app to access the information, just a mouse.  Padlet Land is your resource hub that contains links to Padlets curated and shared by a variety of committed education professionals from across California and beyond.  It is not intended to provide an endorsement of particular practices or methodologies, or to provide legal advice, and the relevance of the content on this page will change with time.  The content is organized by area of interest and will be updated on a regular basis.

Distance Learning and COVID-19
Butte County Office of Education COVID-19 Wellness Resources Padlet 
North State SELPAs COVID-19 Resources Padlet  
Distance Learning Resources Website - from Supporting Inclusive Practices Project

Butte County SELPA Behavior Support Services 
Behavior Restraint and Seclusion Padlet    meme of an adorable child smiling with the caption, "I have my resources."

Butte County SELPA Administrator Resources Training Padlet
Butte County SELPA Technical Assistance Padlet
California Department of Education Special Education Plan Padlet 

English Learner Students with Disabilities 
Butte County English Learner Resources Padlet 

Inclusive Practices
CAST Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Institute Padlet - from Systems Improvement Leads
Supporting Inclusive Practices (SIP) Resources Padlet - from the Supporting Inclusive Practices Project

Mental Health and Social-Emotional Learning
Deconstructing Emotional Disturbance - Butte County SELPA 2019
Educationally-Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS) Padlet   
Mindsets Matter: Growth Mindset, Cultural Humility and Design Thinking, San Mateo County SELPA 

Resources for Paraprofessionals - from the Supporting Inclusive Practices Project

Trauma Response
BCOE Community Recovery Padlet 

Butte County SELPA WorkAbility1 Padlet 
Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities