Are you providing instruction to a child on an IEP goal or related to a DRDP measure? In this Learn It & Use It session we practiced breaking it down into proximal learning targets using the authentic assessment information from the DRDP to determine what knowledge, skills, or behaviors to teach in daily activities, routines, and transitions for children with IFSPs and IEPs.
News and Updates
The California Department of Education, Special Education Division requires that all early childhood special educators who assess children with the DRDP complete annual training.
SELPAs are responsible for assuring that all special educators who administer the DRDP complete this requirement.
This year's course, "Using DR Access Reports," launching February 16 in DR Access Learn...
The California Department of Education, Special Education Division requires DRDP training for all early childhood special educators who assess children with the DRDP. SELPAs are responsible for ensuring that all staff who administer the DRDP complete training.
Inclusive opportunities for children with IEPs are expanding with Universal PreKindergarten!
Using effective, evidence-based practices in instruction greatly supports the successful inclusion of children with IEPs. Among these recommended practices is embedding instruction in the child’s daily activities and routines.
You can learn how to use an embedded instruction framework systematically, supported by a job-embedded program of professional development that includes practice-based coaching through participation in Embedded Instruction for Early Learning California (EIEL CA). This opportunity is open to general education and special education partners...