CEC 2014 Strand Presentations: Using Intensive Intervention to Meet the Academic and Behavior Needs of Struggling Learners

CEC 2014 Strand Presentations: Using Intensive Intervention to Meet the Academic and Behavior Needs of Struggling Learners

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Presentations
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National Center on Intensive Intervention

NCII presented a Strand at CEC 2014 Convention and Expo focused on intensive intervention. The Strand Using Intensive Intervention to Meet the Academic and Behavior Needs of Struggling Learners provided participants with an overview of how principles of intensive intervention may be applied to students with severe and persistent learning needs across reading, mathematics, and behavior. The Strand included three content-oriented sessions focused on reading, mathematics, and behavior and one panel session covering common implementation issues associated with provision of intensive services.  View the sessions, presenters, and download the PowerPoints below. 

Session 1: Addressing the Needs of Students With Persistent Math Difficulties Through Intensive Intervention

Presented by Lynn Fuchs, Vanderbilt University, NCII Senior Advisor; Sarah Powell, University of Texas, NCII Trainer; Rebecca Zumeta, American Institutes for Research, NCII Deputy Director

Session 1 Presentation

Session 2: Addressing the Needs of Students With Persistent Reading Difficulties Through Intensive Intervention

Presented by Laura Magnuson, American Institutes for Research, NCII TA Liaison; Douglas Fuchs, Vanderbilt University, NCII Senior Advisor; Devin Kearns, Boston University, NCII Trainer

Session 2 Presentation

Session 2 Handout

Session 3: Planning Function-Based Interventions for Students With Intensive Behavior Needs

Presented by Lori Newcomer, University of Missouri, NCII Trainer; Joseph Wehby, Vanderbilt University, NCII Senior Advisor; Gail Chan, American Institutes for Research, NCII TA Liaison

Session 3 Presentation

Session 3 Handout

Session 4: Confronting Implementation Challenges When Providing Intensive Intervention

Presented by Louis Danielson, American Institutes for Research, NCII Director; Allison Gandhi, American Institutes for Research, NCII Knowledge Production Coordinator; Rebecca Zumeta, American Institutes for Research, NCII Deputy Director; Chris Lemons, Vanderbilt University, NCII Senior Advisor

Session 4 Presentation

Resource Type
Presentations
DBI Process
What is Intensive Intervention/DBI?
Subject
Behavior
Literacy/Reading/Writing
Mathematics
Implementation Guidance and Considerations
Fidelity
Readiness
Audience
Trainers and Coaches
State and Local Leaders
Higher Education Faculty
Educators