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YEAR 2 CURRICULUM

*Year 2 modules span a duration of 4-6 weeks.

MODULE 7:

Focus on Systemic Change: Social/Emotional/Behavioral/Mental Health Interventions

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance, challenges, and strategies for linking multi-tiered systems of support and intervention for children and youth in school with community and school-based mental health services.
  • Understand the IEP team/process as immediate context for delivery of effective, coordinated behavioral and mental health interventions.
  • Understand the importance of engaging principals and school leaders in supporting effective interventions for students’ mental health, across all three tiers.
  • Understand the background and history of services and interventions for youth with EBD as well as different service delivery models and interdisciplinary perspectives of EBD.
  • Understand the ecological and person-in-context perspectives of development and intervention (developmental context).
  • Understand the interplay between classroom management and individualized intervention.
  • Understand the delivery of effective intervention components to meet students’ individual needs.
  • Identify what data can be reliably collected from teachers, social workers, parents, and related service providers to show whether interventions work.

MODULE 8:

Group Work on Collaborative Research Review Projects

SUMMARY:

Scholars and Faculty work in cross-institutional groups on a literature review.

MODULE 9:

Explicit Instruction

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify elements of explicit instruction framework.
  • Generate intervention materials that could be used to teach students with difficulties or disabilities.
  • Include elements of explicit instruction in the generated teaching materials.

MODULE 10:

Group Work on Collaborative Research Review Projects

SUMMARY:

Scholars and Faculty work in cross-institutional groups on a literature review.

MODULE 11:

Applying a Taxonomy to Intensify Interventions

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the seven dimensions included in “The Taxonomy of Intervention Intensity” (Fuchs, Fuchs, and Malone, 2016).
  • Describe features of this taxonomy that may need to be adapted or extended when considering behavioral interventions.
  • Describe how recommendations from primary readings align with the taxonomy.
  • Explain how the taxonomy and related recommendations can be applied to an extant intervention in order to intensify the intervention.

*to view the final assignment and interactive learning product (PowerPoint presentation) for this module, click HERE

 

MODULE 12:

Group Work on Collaborative Research Review Projects

SUMMARY:

Scholars and Faculty work in cross-institutional groups on a literature review.

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