Connecting the Dots: Foundations and Evaluation

Overview: This training establishes the importance of ongoing data generation and aggregation to address the needs of students requiring intensive levels of intervention. These intervention needs can be academic or behavioral in nature. Five types of direct observation, six basic steps of the FBA process, and the comparison of qualitative versus quantitative data will be included.

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Presentation by: 

E. Paula Crowley Ph.D.

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Directions for submitting CPDUs: 

To obtain credit for free CPDUs, please see the checklist that is included each module. Complete the checklist and return it to ISRC via fax 847-559-8199, e-mail [email protected], or regular mail with any additional required documents. The complete information is on the checklist.

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