The course is made up of multiple modules. Modules ranges from 2-5.5 hours to complete. In total it is expected to take 17-20 hours to complete the full course. Module completion certificates are available for each module within the course. You may complete the modules in one sitting or return at a later time to complete it.View Course
Implementation Guidance and Considerations
In this Voices from the Field post, Emma Shanahan reflects on her experiences with progress monitoring and data-based decision making as a teacher and shares findings from her recent research on DBI professional development.
This brief highlights how to use culturally and linguistically aligned strategies to support multilingual learners within an multi-tiered system of supports framework
This webinar describes how the RIOT/ICEL matrix can support problem-solving by helping teams to organize their diagnostic data, refine hypotheses, and guide decision making.
View the webinar recording from the December 14, 2023 webinar focused on how the RIOT/ICEL matrix can support problem-solving by helping teams to organize their diagnostic data, refine hypotheses, and guide decision making
This resource is a companion to NCII’s Clarifying Questions to Create a Hypothesis to Guide Intervention Changes: Question Bank and provides additional questions for teams to consider for students who are English learners (ELs). Teams may use these questions when considering a student’s progress monitoring data, intervention fidelity data, and informal diagnostic data.
This document addresses five guiding questions for educators to consider when reviewing and interpreting assessment data for English Learners and includes links to selected resources.
This brief offers recommendations to support educators to efficiently collect, analyze, and use diagnostic data to adapt or intensify intervention.
This online course helps educators learn how to set goals, collect data, and make decisions using academic progress monitoring data.
In this webinar, experts from the PROGRESS Center and National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) model how practitioners can use data-based individualization (DBI) to develop and implement SDI for students with disabilities and a panel of special educators share how using DBI improved the efficiency and effectiveness of their service delivery, communication with families, and collaboration with other educators.