Supporting Implementation of Data-based Individualization: Lessons Learned from NCII’s First Five Years

Supporting Implementation of Data-based Individualization: Lessons Learned from NCII’s First Five Years

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National Center on Intensive Intervention

The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the Center’s accomplishments and to highlight a set of lessons learned from the 26 schools that implemented intensive intervention while receiving technical support from the Center. These lessons include:

  1. Support from leadership is essential for successful implementation of DBI.
  2. Solid Tier 1 and 2 foundations allowed school staff to focus efforts on DBI.
  3. Starting small and moving forward one step at a time facilitates success.
  4. Formalizing procedures through standardized protocols helps ensure ongoing DBI implementation.
  5. Committing to trust the process led to successful DBI implementation.

In addition, the document offers guidance for practitioners who are interested in implementing intensive intervention and next steps for NCII.

A companion infographic provides an overview of the key lessons learned in an easily digestible format.

Lessons Learned from NCII’s First Five Years

Lesson's Learned Infographic (Print on Legal Size Paper)

Supplemental Resources/Documents

Learn about progress monitoring and find additional professional development resources

NCII 2.0: Lessons Learned from the Center’s First Five Years (2011-2016)

Making it Happen: What Does it Take to Implement Intensive Intervention?

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DBI Process
What is Intensive Intervention/DBI?
Multi-Tiered System of Support
Implementation Guidance and Considerations
Data Meeting Processes
Readiness
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Trainers and Coaches
State and Local Leaders
Higher Education Faculty
Educators