TED is a free, easy-to-use, training events database (TED) that makes everything you do around professional development trainings easier!
Your entire team can use TED in organizing, tracking, evaluating, and reporting on the professional development training and TA that you provide.
With the click of a button, TED generates e-mail lists, sign-in sheets, name tags, certificates, automated event and summary reports, and more… so you can spend your time using the information rather than looking for it.
If you want to know more about what TED can do for you and how you can get TED for free, go to this page, where you will find a movie Introducing TED along with an adoption movie and packet.
Preparing for TED
Come to this page to get to know the full capabilities of TED, and to discover the “3 Things To Do”, before TED arrives, to customize TED for your site.
Setting up TED
If you are the person purchasing Filemaker or installing TED at your site, or if you'll be the main TED user, go to this page for details and support.
Learning to Use TED
On this page you’ll find a series of brief movies covering how to use each of TED’s features in detail. Learn to optimize your workflow, discover tips and tricks, and see what each of the automated reports in TED can offer.
TED was created by CalSTAT’s State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) Evaluation Team on behalf of the California Department of Education (CDE) — Special Education Division.
California Department of Education, Special Education Division's special project, California Services for Technical Assistance and Training (CalSTAT) is funded through a contract with the Napa County Office of Education. CalSTAT is partially funded from federal funds, State Grants #H027A080116A. Additional federal funds are provided from a federal competitively awarded State Personnel Development Grant to California (#H323A070011) provided from the U.S. Department of Education Part D of the Individuals with Disabilities Education act (IDEA). "This project is supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education.
Last updated: 08/06/2012