On Friday, February 6, 2015, ECTA staff and state Part C and Section 619 Coordinators co-presented on the components of a high-quality system and how a state can evaluate and plan for improvement using the new System Framework and corresponding self-assessment tool and process.
If you missed the event, a recording of it is available:
(February 16, 2015)
ECTA faculty involved in supporting local programs in their use of DEC Recommended Practices will discuss the importance of a program-wide approach, critical components, and the tools and strategies that are used in program-wide implementation.
(January 20, 2015)
(January 15, 2014)
12th Annual National Training Institute on Effective Practices: Addressing Challenging Behavior. April 21-24, 2015. This conference provides an in-depth learning experience built around the Pyramid Model for Promoting Social Emotional Competence for Infants and Young Children. The Institute brings together experts from around the country who skillfully present three-hour workshops and short tool-kit sessions offering practical, ready-to-use information on social and emotional interventions and implementation science.
(January 12, 2015)
Find out how several states have used and adapted the Developing High-Quality, Functional IFSP Outcomes and IEP Goals Training Package developed by the ECTA Center and WRRC to assist in improving providers'/teachers' skills in developing IFSP outcomes or IEP goals and integrating child outcome measurement. (July 16, 2014)
Our new SSIP topical page highlights information and relevant links from OSEP about the SSIP Phase I process, SSIP-related webinars from ECTA Center and our partners, and information on joining Communities of Practice focusing on this important work.
The page also includes a new Quick Reference Guide: Working with Stakeholders to Identify Potential Improvement Strategies (Including the SSIP).
(February 4, 2014)
November 5, 2014:
The crisp autumn has arrived and the pace of TA provision and planning has picked up as the leaves are starting to fall!