Do you have questions about how to collect and use diagnostic data to inform adaptations when students aren’t responding to an intervention? Join NCII on December 14, 2023 for If You’ve Got a Problem, ICE-L Will Solve It: Using the RIOT/ICEL Matrix to Help Guide Intensification Decisions! In this webinar, Dr. Jason Harlacher, Education Systems Task Lead and Technical Assistance Provider at NCII, will describe how the RIOT/ICEL matrix can support problem-solving by helping teams to organize their diagnostic data, refine hypotheses, and guide decision making. Dr. Harlacher will highlight examples, share and apply resources for data collection, and connect the variables in the RIOT/ICEL matrix with the dimensions of the Taxonomy of Intervention Intensity.
Implementation Guidance and Considerations
How can data-based individualization (DBI) help educators to address the growing expectations for literacy outcomes for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities? In this webinar, Dr. Chris Lemons an NCII Advisor, Associate Professor of Special Education in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University, and Co-Director of the Stanford Down Syndrome Research Center, will provide an overview of activities conducted through an Office of Special Education Programs model demonstration project. This project focused on increased literacy outcomes using DBI, inclusion, and enhancing individualized education programs. The webinar will share project findings and provide recommendations for integrating those findings into professional development and practice to improve student outcomes.
In this webinar, experts from the PROGRESS Center and National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) will model how practitioners can use data-based individualization (DBI) to develop and implement SDI for students with disabilities. A panel of special educators will share how using DBI improved the efficiency and effectiveness of their service delivery, communication with families, and collaboration with other educators.
Did you miss the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs Smart Beginnings event? The three-day virtual event highlighted resources to help those who work closest with infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities. You can now find the videos and resources featured during the event archived on the OSEP IDEAs that work website. View Recordings