FAQ

What if I forgot my username and/or password?

The All Kinds of Minds Web site no longer requires a username or password for access. 

With several exceptions, the “Educator Resources” formerly available only to those who had participated in our professional development programs are now available in the Put It into Practice section of this Web site.  

See the FAQ regarding the Attuning a Student Online Tool for password information related to that tool.

 


 

How do I access the Attuning a Student Online Tool?

The Attuning a Student Online Tool is now available in the Attuning a Student section  of this Web site. 

The Attuning a Student Online Tool is still password protected.  In order to access the Attuning a Student online tool, you must log in with the username and password you created (or were assigned) for the All Kinds of Minds Web site.  If your username and/or password contained a space, the space has been replaced by an underscore.

Keep in mind that if you are a Profile Coordinator, you will always enter the Attuning a Student Online Tool through the All Kinds of Minds Web site. 

If you have been assigned as a respondent in the Attuning a Student Online Tool by a Profile Coordinator, you’ll need to access the Attuning a Student Web site by using the unique login and password assigned to you as a respondent for that particular student – not your All Kinds of Minds username and password.

Also, as a Profile Coordinator, all respondents you assign, other than yourself, must enter their questionnaire responses via the Attuning a Student Web siteNever give your All Kinds of Minds username and password to a respondent, or they will be able to view all of your student records.

The Attuning a Student Online Tool includes a link on the login page that will help Profile Coordinators access the tool if they forget their username and/or password.



Where is the Parent Toolkit?

The Parent Toolkit is now located in the Reach More Learners > Collaborate with Others section.  Look under the heading “Collaborate with Parents” for this resource and others.

 


 

What professional development options does All Kinds of Minds offer?

Self-paced online modules and face-to-face courses are available.  To explore face-to-face program options, contact one of our program providers.


What are the fees for All Kinds of Minds professional development programs?

All Kinds of Minds online modules are currently being offered free of charge. Registration fees for face-to-face courses vary, depending upon the program provider and what is included in the fee. To arrange a course or learn more about available programs, contact one of our program providers


Will I receive CEU credits for attending All Kinds of Minds professional development programs?

All Kinds of Minds does not actually award CEUs, and we regret that we are no longer able to provide past participants with documentation of course completion. Current course participants should work with the professional development provider offering your course to obtain the necessary documentation for submission to your school district or other awarding entity. It's up to that entity (i.e., school district, State Department of Education, college, etc.) to designate how the CEUs can be used, based on the requirements set by the state or institution of higher learning. For more information about state professional development policies, contact your district or state agency.


Do you have a list of schools that have participated in All Kinds of Minds professional development programs?

More than 5,000 schools have participated in All Kinds of Minds professional development programs. Our Schools of Distinction – schools that have been recognized for their outstanding implementation of the All Kinds of Minds approach – are highlighted on our web site. Beyond our Schools of Distinction, we are not able to maintain or distribute a list of schools where educators are using this work.


 

Whom can I contact to find out about an educational evaluation for my child?

All Kinds of Minds does not offer clinical assessments; however, the following independent clinics offer educational assessments based on the All Kinds of Minds neurodevelopmental framework and philosophy: