Welcome to FDLRS Action / FIN Resource Center

MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY

FDLRS Action Resource Center is a collaborative network that supports educators and families by providing learning opportunities ranging from prevention to intervention to maximize student achievement.

The Florida Inclusion Network (FIN) collaborates with all districts and schools to provide customized services and supports ensuring all students with disabilities have the same educational, social, and future opportunities as their peers.

News and Announcements

FDLRS megaphone graphic

Like everyone else FDLRS Action / FIN Resource Center is working virtually. Our teacher/trainers and staff are available Monday - Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. We are available via email and we are checking our voice mail daily. You can also contact us through Google Hangouts. Keep checking our schedule for our online training opportunities. As we get more of our courses converted to a virtual delivery method more opportunities will appear.

FAQs

BEESS Portal Professional Development Alternatives Logo Graphic

Professional Development Alternatives (PDA) provide facilitated and independent study online courses that can help teachers receive or renew their teacher certification. To see what courses are available go to www.fl-pda.org. FDLRS Action does offer some of these courses, please see our Current Schedule to see if we are currently offering any PDA courses.

Course Certificate Image

Participants taking professional development through FDLRS/FIN will not be awarded inservice points unless
Student Implementation Data is provided via our website. You will be emailed a certificate after course closing.

Please understand that FDLRS does not process inservice points, nor do we report anything directly to the state.
You will need to work with the certification department in your district.

Frequently Asked Questions Graphic

As professional learning evolves overtime, there are numerous ways in which teachers can learn and grow including PLCs, lesson study, peer observation, self-study, distance/blended learning and attending face-to-face courses with colleagues in central Florida. Each of these methods of learning contributes to professional growth. As reflective practitioners, educators are accountable 
to ensure personal learning results in a change in practice that increases student achievement.