DEC RP Practice Guides for Practitioners:
DEC RP Practice Guides for Families:
(updated January 28, 2015)
Part C and Part B 619 Coordinators and Data Managers, mark your calendars to join colleagues from DaSy, ECTA Center, IDC, and NCSI August 15-17, 2016 in New Orleans for the 2016 Improving Data, Improving Outcomes Conference!
DaSy Center will once again provide funding for Part C and Part B 619 Coordinators and Data Managers. We will let you know more information as it becomes available! (November 5, 2015)
The Framework Self-Assessment is a companion to the System Framework and the DaSy Data System Framework, developed with extensive input from Part C and Section 619 staff from partner states. The Self-Assessment tool allows states to record the current status of their state system and set priorities for improvement.
Demonstration Webinar (added June 25, 2015)
DaSy and ECTA Center's Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Process Module has helped hundreds of early intervention providers and preschool special education staff understand the Child Outcomes Summary process. Many states are using the module in their SSIP improvement planning. We're pleased to announce that we've added another informative session!
Session 5: More Information About Determining a Rating describes how to apply the criteria on the 7-point rating scale to the child outcomes decision-making process, including special considerations for children with specific characteristics (e.g., infants born prematurely). You'll learn how to use a decision tree to help distinguish between ratings.
If you've already registered for our Child Outcomes Summary Process module, Session 5 will now appear in your menu. If not, you can register for the module.
We've updated our entire set of topical SSIP resources! Some new items include:
(November 3, 2015)
The National Training Institute on Effective Practices aims to provide professionals with an in depth, intensive learning experience around the Pyramid Model framework for addressing the social and emotional development and challenging behavior of young children.
(September 2, 2015)