T of Services A to Z
The Teacher Center is a self-service resource facility that provides teachers with the opportunity to enhance their educational "toolbox."
The Teacher Center also provides services such as:
Admission to the Teacher Center is free for full-time Chester County public school teachers from participating member schools. Non-members are welcome to join and may use the center by purchasing a day or multi-visit pass. Charter and non-public schools interested in becoming a member school should contact the Teacher Center at: 484-237-5018 or email: email@example.com.
For more information, please visit the Teacher Center web site at http://TeacherCenter.cciu.org.
The CCIU hires individuals with bachelor's degrees on emergency teaching certificates to substitute in classrooms throughout the county. Candidates receive three days of formal training prior to entering the classroom.
Technology Integration Services
Training is offered on a variety of instructional technologies with an emphasis on relevant and effective integration into classroom teaching and learning. Workshops can be customized to meet a school’s specific needs.
Workshop offerings include, but are not limited to:
Therapeutic Education Advancing Children's Horizons (TEACH) Program
The TEACH program provides a therapeutic setting that addresses the academic and mental health needs of students. A comprehensive in-take process is required, which includes psychiatric recommendations.
The primary goal of this program is to enhance the psychological well-being of students who are experiencing such emotional stress that they are unable to adjust to the demands and situations in a regular school setting.
Health and support services provided in the basic program include:
Title 1 Institutional
This program provides remedial services to students in institutions located throughout eastern Pennsylvania. Students are classified as neglected or delinquent and are placed in the institutions by the courts and social service agencies. The intermediate unit assists institutions in developing and implementing remedial reading and math tutoring programs.
Training and Consultation (TaC)
CCIU Training and Consultation (TaC) services provide in-depth training and on-site technical assistance to school district personnel.
The primary goal is to provide school districts with technical assistance through customized training and on-site support in the areas listed above. Consultants work with district administrators and staff to assess needs and to develop programs and services tailored to meet the specific goals of students, teachers, and other professionals.
Transitional Living Program
Lisa Tzanakis, Supervisor, Special Education
e-mail: , 484-237-5212
The Transitional Living Program is an apartment-based, community integration program that serves students with disabilities during their transition to adulthood.
The primary goal of the program is to increase student independence in the home and in the community.