The “Satisfactory Completion Requirements” are:
1. FULL ATTENDANCE: Full attendance of the eLearning course/s and/or face-to-face training is mandatory.
2. E-LEARNING COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE: At the end of the eLearning course/s and/or face-to-face training, all eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s must complete the “eLearning Course Questionnaire”, before taking the certification examination. The purpose of the survey is to gain valuable information about the eLearning course/s and/or face-to-face training overall presentation and desired outcomes, to support all our eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s continuing education/professional development needs.
3. CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION: The “Certification Examination” is 45 minutes and allows the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s a minimum of 5 attempts to pass the certification examination. eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s must pass the certification examination at 80% or Higher.
4. CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE: The “Certificate of Attendance” will be awarded to the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s when the certification examination is passed at 80% or higher.
SECT-LLC PROCESS VERIFYING ELEARNERS ATTENDANCE
Special Education Training Center’s Learning tracks continuing education/professional development (CE/PD), verification of attendance: and active learning in several ways. SETC defines CEPD Hours as the time spent by the learner in “active learning”. Active learning defines the actual time spent learning something relevant to their CPD objectives.
SETC’s eLearners are tracked:
Registration: All Special Education Training Center’s eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s must register/enroll through SETC’s website 3 days prior to the eLearning course and/or face-to-face begins. Registration/enrollment questions are designed specifically to gather not only data but to track the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s participation in the eLearning course.
Learning Management System (LMS): Special Education Training Center tracks eLearners eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s through its learning management system (LMS) located on SETC’s website. A learning management system is a software application that is used to plan, manage, and deliver elearning content. The learning management system (LMS) tracks signing in and out of SETC, tracks moving through each of the eLearning course sections, tracks pre-test and post-test, course progress, tracks when the specific time spent in the eLearning course, eLearning Course Questionnaire, eLearning Course Exam, and Certificate of Attendance.
SETC’s learning management system starts tracking the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s active engagement whether it’s online and/or face-to-face training.
SETC’s learning management system gathers some of the following information when the eLearner registered: The eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s …
Legal name, date of birth, and address
Contact information such as email address and telephone number
Demographic information such as postcode, physical address, preferences, and interests;
Licenses and/or certifications
Job title or profession
Texas Education Agency (TEA)- State Board Educators Certification (SBEC) TEA/SBEC ID: eLearners/User/Users/Federal/State employee/s are required to provide their NASP ID# and the number of credits earned to be placed on their certificate of attendance.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
ASHA ID: eLearners/User/Users/Federal/State employee/s are required to provide their ASHA ID# and the number of credits earned to be placed on their certificate of attendance.
National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
NASP ID: eLearners/User/Users/Federal/State employee/s are required to provide their NASP ID# and the number of credits earned to be placed on their certificate of attendance.
American Psychological Association (APA)
APA ID: eLearners/User/Users/Federal/State employee/s are required to provide their APA ID# and the number of credits earned to be placed on their certificate of attendance and
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
NASW ID: eLearners/User/Users/Federal/State employee/s are required to provide their NASW ID# and the number of credits earned to be placed on their certificate of attendance.
Exams passed and/or failed
Financial information such as credit/debit card numbers
IP address (automatically collected
Web browser type and version (automatically collected)
Operating system (automatically collected)
A list of URLs starting with a referring site, your activity on this Web Site, and the site you exit to (automatically collected); and
FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING: If the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s is participating in face-to-face training, in addition to enrolling through SETC’s website, the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s must physically sign the registration/enrollment log which is placed at the entrance of the on-site training door. The eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s must sign in and out of the face-to-face training when exiting the face-to-face training site.
USERNAME/PASSWORD: SETC’s eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s will be provided with a specific username and password.
SECT-LLC Verification of Attendance
Verification of Attendance: Special Education Compliance and Training LLC (SECT-LLC) through its web-based eLearning school Special Education Training Center (SETC) make every effort to ensure ALL eLearner/s Federal/State employee/s have attended and participated in the learning opportunities provided by Special Education Training Center such as eLearning course, face-to-face training, reteach series, Master Trainer-of-Trainer, and eLearning courses created for governmental agencies/private businesses.
The following steps are used to verify eLearner/s /Federal/State employees have attended training provided through Special Education Training Center:
SIGN-ON & SIGN-OUT: SECT-LLC’s eLearning web-based eLearning school Special Education Training Center requires ALL eLearner/s/ Federal/State employee/s to sign-in and sign-out of our web-based eLearning school Special Education Training Center.
USERNAME & PASSWORD: eLearner/s/Federal/State employees secured individual username and password.
VIEWER TRACKING: Our video player continuously makes API calls that allow Special Education Training Center to keep track of what part of the video has been viewed by the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s.
ACTIVITY VIEWER CHECKS: Special Education Training Center can enable active viewer checks. Active viewer checks allow for the video player to periodically display a button that the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s to press within a given number of seconds to confirm his presence in front of the screen. The following aspects of the periodic check can be configured per video:
§ Minimum number of seconds between two checks
§ Maximum number of seconds between two checks
§ Number of seconds a student has to press the button
BEGINING VIDEO: At the beginning of the video, the button is shown after the minimum number of seconds. If the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s continues to press the button in a timely manner, the time after which the button appears will gradually increase (until the maximum number of seconds is reached). If the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s does not press the button in time, the button will reappear next time after the minimum number of seconds.
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS: It’s possible to add multiple choice questions, which will be asked after the eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s has watched a video. The required percentage of correct answers can be set per video. In this case, it will only consider a course as completed if this percentage has been achieved. For courses consisting of several videos, a quiz can follow each video.
PRE/POST TEST ELEARNING COURSE/S: Special Education Training Center will ONLY consider the eLearning course, face-to-face training, reteach series, Master Trainer-of-Trainer, and eLearning courses created for governmental agencies/private businesses modules have been completed, pre-test and post-test completed and a passing rate of 80%.
FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING: SETCs Face-to-Face training, requires logging on/out of Special Education Training Center’s website, and physically signing the “SETC Attendance Log.”
TIMEFRAME FOR SECURING DATA: The eLearner/s/Federal/State employee/s data is retained for a 5 -7-year period…”
Special Education Training Center ~ 601 West Baker Road, P.O. Box 2116 Baytown, Texas 77521-2306 ~ (832) 946-3031 ~Email: [email protected]
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