Materials for Trainers, Coaches, and Faculty
This page provides resources to deliver professional development activities to support special education staff in completing the DRDP (2015) with fidelity.
Early intervention and early care and education administrators, trainers, and coaches can use these materials to supplement the in-service training activities required by the California Department of Education, Special Education Division.
Higher education faculty will find materials useful for embedding information on the DRDP (2015) in their curricula. Check back from time to time as new resources will be posted in the coming months.
From this page you can download all materials needed to conduct a workshop for home visitors and others to understand and start using this process and supplements "Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education."
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.
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):
The Desired Results Access Project supports California’s early childhood special education community to understand, use, and benefit from the DRDP (2015). We value collaborative, strengths-based, and evidence-based approaches to professional development. We strive to provide high quality, responsive, and useful assistance to the field. Our values align to the California Training and Technical Assistance Collaborative’s (TTAC) Core Messages. TTAC is an interagency partnership dedicated to delivering quality personnel development activities for those who serve children birth-5 with disabilities and other special needs and their families. We believe that professional development activities, when guided by these Core Messages, promote positive outcomes for young children and their families.