Join New NCII Communities of Practice!

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Are you an educator interested in learning more about intensive intervention and how it can assist students you work with? Are you a faculty member interested in embedding intensive intervention into your course content? Are you a state leader interested in working to build systems to support intensive intervention implementation? The NCII is excited to offer a series of Communities of Practice (CoPs) starting this spring and summer to provide educators, faculty, and state level staff an opportunity to learn more about data-based individualization (DBI) and collaborate with like-minded colleagues. Learn more about the three offerings below:

Educators: This virtual community of practice is designed for educators, including special educators and interventionists. The community of practice will build educators knowledge about DBI and what it takes to implement DBI to support students with intensive academic and behavioral needs. More information about how to sign up for this opportunity is coming soon.

Learn more and sign up for Educator CoP

Faculty: This virtual community of practice is intended for faculty currently teaching reading methods, assessment, or intervention courses. It will focus on discussing strategies to integrate DBI content into the design and delivery of teacher preparation courses.

Learn more and sign up for Faculty CoP

Educator Systems: This virtual community of practice is intended for state-level personnel interested in developing capacity and the understanding of what it takes to support implementation of DBI. Join NCII and colleagues for a series of meetings to discuss critical factors for implementation and scale up of DBI.

Learn more and sign up for Educator Systems CoP

Audience
State and Local Leaders
Higher Education Faculty
Educators
DBI Process
What is Intensive Intervention/DBI?

Source
National Center on Intensive Intervention
Published
April 27, 2022