Simple tips for successfully completing the online training in DRAccessLearn.org.
This fall, the Desired Results Access Project is working on some exciting changes to the DRAccessReports System that will greatly enhance the system and make it easier for special educators to produce meaningful DRDP reports.
The training on "Using DR Access Reports" is postponed until the enhancements are in place – once they are, you’ll receive the training on the new features. We will keep you informed of the progress.
In the meanwhile: You can still produce reports! Create an account and download your fall DRDP (2015) results at DRAccessReports.org.
Also note: If you have not yet taken the required course (PS or IT), "Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education," you must complete it by 12/31/2019. You can register to take it now at The Learning Center, DRAccessLearn.org.
If you have questions, contact the Desired Results Access Project at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 673-9220
Suggestions for administrators in following up with assessors who did not successfully complete DRAccessLearn Course 1, Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education, to assist assessors in using the DRDP (2015) with fidelity.
This guide offers helpful suggestions for successfully completing the online courses.
For more information
If you are a general education preschool teacher, Early Head Start, or Head Start teacher, please visit the Desired Results for Children and Families website, for information about training to use the DRDP (2015):