**Curriculum development for NCLII-2 is currently underway.
NCLII-1 (2014-2019) aimed to prepare 28 Scholars who have expertise in intensive intervention.
The KEY COMPETENCIES below were integrated in the Scholars’ doctoral training programs as well as in the Intensive Intervention Core Curriculum. Following their participation in NCLII-1, Scholars were:
1. Able to locate, read, critique, and synthesize research involving academic and behavior interventions.
2. Knowledgeable in areas of statistical analysis and group and single-subject research design appropriate for evaluating the efficacy of intensive intervention.
3. Experts in designing and delivering intensive intervention to meet the needs of students with disabilities with persistent and severe, co- occurring academic and behavioral difficulties.
4. Experienced in designing, conducting, and analyzing results from research studies involving students with intense service needs and co-occurring academic and behavioral difficulties.
5. Able to write strong, successful grant applications.
6. Able to write research-based articles that are publishable in the top peer-evaluated special education journals.
7. Able to play a leadership role in the area of intensive intervention by conducting high-quality research on intensive intervention and preparing special educators who are able to implement it.
8. An exceptional teacher and designer of instruction at the higher education level.
9. Experienced in preparing teachers (both pre-service and current) to implement intensive intervention.
10. Highly competitive job candidates in the areas of research, higher education, teacher preparation, and special education leadership.
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