During their 3rd year of study, NCLII Scholars are assigned to a working group with other Scholars to prepare a Masters-level university course focused on intensive intervention. Scholars are tasked with preparing at least 14 weeks of instruction and creating a syllabus, PowerPoint slides, and directions for course activities; organizing course readings, preparing assessments, and developing a case study to be used in their course. Each case study provides a detailed example of at least one teacher and students involved in the DBI process.
Below are links to summaries of the first cohort’s fully developed courses. For access to a complete set of materials for a particular course, please email a request to email@example.com. Please note that access to the materials is intended for university faculty as well as school and district-level administrators and trainers.
Course Developers: Christerralyn Brown, Rachel Kunemund, Katherine Ledbetter-Cho, Elizabeth Pokorski
Course Developers: Skip Kumm, Caitlyn Majeika, Brittany Sterrett, Sarah Wilkinson
Course Developers: Christy Austin, Gina Braun, Samantha Gesel, Kaitlin Leonard, Amanda Martinez-Lincoln
Course Developers: Lisa Didion, Veronica Mellado De La Cruz, Brittany Pennington, Samantha Walte
Course Developers: Britta Bresina, Maria Lemler-Hugh, BrittanyLee Martin, Alyssa Van Camp
Course Developers: Kristi Baker, Carlin Conner, Rachel Donegan, Jennifer Stewart, Victoria Whaley, Jessica Wright
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