Frequently Asked General Questions
  1. Ordering Questions
  2. Product Specific Questions
  3. About Us
Frequently Asked Ordering Questions

  1. How can I order your product?
  2. How can I pay for my order?
  3. How soon will I receive my order?
  4. How much do you charge for shipping? For sales tax?
  5. Can I receive a discount for large orders?
  6. What is your federal ID number?
  7. I have your brochure. How can I get more information about your product?
TRI-SPED Projects
6523 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6523

  Tel. 1-877-722-3991
Fax (435)797-7489

 

Q: How can I order your product?
A: You can order our products by fax, mail, or phone.

Q: How can I pay for my order?
A: Send us a check or purchase order by mail or Fax. We also accept credit cards over the phone.

Q: How soon will I receive my order?
A: We will ship within one day of your order via UPS ground at no extra cost to you. Usually the shipping time is within a week. However, we charge extra shipping for one or two day mail (usually between $10 and $50).

Q: How much do you charge for shipping? For sales tax?
A: The shipping charge is included in our price unless you're interested in one or two day mail. No sales tax is charged on any order unless the customer is from Utah and not tax-exepmt (effective May 3, 2004).

Q: Can I receive a discount for large orders?
A: It depends on what you order and in what quantity. This is a product we produce ourselves and we are selling it to the public very close to the actual production price.

Q: What is your federal ID number?
A: The Utah State University tax exempt ID number is 87-6000528.

Q: I have your brochure. How can I get more information about your product?
A: Call our toll-free number (1-877-722-3991) and we will send you a more comprehensive information packet.

Frequently Asked Product Questions

    ESP Questions
  1. What is the purpose?
  2. Who is the audience?
  3. Who can deliver instruction?
  4. What training format can be used?
  5. What purpose does the video serve?
  6. What skills are addressed?
  7. What program materials are included?
TRI- SPED Projects
6523 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6523

  Tel. 1-877-722-3991
Fax (435)797-7489

 

Q: What is the purpose?
A: Enhancing Skills of Paraeducators (ESP) is designed to improve the competencies of paraeducators working in special or inclusive education settings in grades K-12.

Q: Who is the audience?
A: Trainees can be entry-level paraeducators, Title I assistants, 504 assistants, other paraprofessionals, transition specialists, community college students or others interested in paraeducation.

Q: Who can deliver instruction?
A: The instructor can be a teacher experienced in supervising paraeducators, a staff development specialist, other school administrator, or a community college faculty member. ESP is designed so that an instructor can read the Facilitator’s Guide and the Introduction and immediately begin delivering instruction.

Q: What training format can be used?
A: ESP can be delivered in a small group format in school district inservice training or in a community college course. Other delivery formats are possible, including distance education to small groups and self-guided study.

Q: What purpose does the video serve?
A: Video scenes illustrate classroom situations in which paraeducators interact with teachers or other school personnel. Video exercises allow small groups to discuss how to respond in various situations.

Q: What skills are addressed?
A: ESP addresses skills and knowledge related to interacting with students who have different characteristics, IEP participation, legislation, ethical conduct, assistive technology, roles and responsibilities, communication, data collection, documentation, behavioral intervention, task analysis, skill assessment, delivering effective instruction, and monitoring student instruction.

Q: What program materials are included?
A: ESP includes a manual and five videotapes.

About Us

Photo Bob Morgan Bob Morgan, Ph.D. is a Research Associate Professor who has served on the faculty of the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation at Utah State University since 1991. He has worked in disabilities for 23 years and has published seven books, one book chapter, and over 40 journal articles. Dr. Morgan has 14 years of direct service experience with children, youth, and adults with disabilities. He continues to consult with service programs on a national level. Dr. Morgan started TRI-SPED in 1995.



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