Day 2

Integrating Multiple Sources of Data and SLD Rule

Webinars

Circle of Influence and Exclusionary Factors

    • Exclusionary factors within an SLD evaluation
    • Effects of exclusionary factors on student learning

Changes in SLD Practices

    • Using all data to make decisions
    • Student pattern of strengths and weaknesses

Identifying the Learning Problem

    • Gap analysis
    • Determining student skill level
    • ICEL (Instruction Curriculum Environment Learner)

Gathering Multiple Sources of Data

    • Four ways to get data
    • Evidence used for decision making

Effective Problem Statements

    • Culturally and linguistically diverse learners
    • Next steps after gathering progress monitoring data
    • Inadequate instruction vs. disability

Suspecting a Disability

    • Gathering multiple sources of data
    • Focus of a comprehensive evaluation
    • Differences between quantitative and qualitative data

Addressing Exclusionary Criteria

    • How to identify when the core curriculum isn’t working
    • Poor attendance vs. a learning issue

Study Guides

Circle of Influence and Exclusionary Factors
Changes in SLD Practices
Identifying the Learning Problem
Gathering Multiple Sources of Data
Effective Problem Statements
Suspecting a Disability
Addressing Exclusionary Criteria

Other Powerpoints

Four Types and Purposes of Assessment
Four Types and Purposes of Assessment – Notes
Integrating Multiple Sources of Data

Region 10 Resources

Assessment Methods and Sources Matrix
Data Decision Making Chart
Day 3 Documents
ICEL RIOT Matrix
Illustrative Example Present Level’s Statement with Grade Level Content Standards
Jim SLD Illustrative Example
Sources of Data at each level
Tara SLD Illustrative Example