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FFY 2007 Annual Performance Report - TEA - Home School ...

FFY 2007 Annual Performance Report - TEA - Home School ...

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3. Universal Design for Learning 4. Podcasts from conferences Autism ESC region 13 is the state lead for the Texas Initiative for Autism Training. In conjunction with the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Statewide Leadership for Autism ( is providing a mechanism to access training, technical assistance, support, and resources for educators who serve students with autism. An established network of the 20 ESCs carried out the initiative. The following continuous efforts and improvement activities were completed in 2007-08: Technical Assistance � Recommended Practices Manual Initiated the process for creating a web-based resource to include diagnostic considerations, instructional/behavior management strategies, and recommended practices and ARD committee considerations. � Website Developed, expanded, and updated a website, which includes information related to diagnosis, current research, recommended practices, evidence-based practices, state/national organizations, and state/national conferences. Training � Current Training Options A study was conducted of current training options available through the 20 ESCs and other entities throughout the state to identify barriers and concerns related to access to these trainings. � Core Trainings Region XIII delivered a continuum of scientifically based training to meet the variety of needs state wide through the Fall of 2008. � Needs Assessment for Determining Training Needs � Began to gather data and resources to develop a Training Needs document for administrators/ Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committees to use to determine if training is required on any strategies described in a student’s IEP. Behavior and Discipline Management Texas Behavior Support Initiative (TBSI) training modules assist campus teams in developing and implementing a wide range of behavior strategies and prevention-based interventions. These skills have helped educators establish systems of support at school-wide, classroom and individual student levels. The Texas Collaborative for Emotional Development in Schools (TxCEDS), a project of the TBSI, is responsible for the development of a statewide-integrated mental health model for school-age students. Additional information regarding the Texas Behavior Support Initiative is available at TBSI is designed to build capacity in Texas schools for the provision of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) to all students. The goal of PBS is to enhance the capacity of schools to educate all students, especially students with challenging behaviors, by adopting a sustained, positive, preventative, and effective instructional approach to school wide discipline and behavior management. This approach focuses on teaching and encouraging positive school wide behavioral expectations and increasing school capacity to support sustained use of empirically validated practices. The following continuous efforts and improvement activities were completed in 2007-08: Conference/Meeting Participation � Facilitated the TBSI Statewide Conference held in San Antonio, Texas on June 15-17, 2008. Sessions included: Part B State Annual Performance Report for FFY 2007 February 2, 2009 (OMB NO: 1820-0624 / Expiration Date: 08-31-2009) Page 5

1. Potential impact of cultural differences on student behavior 2. Use of culturally-sensitive positive behavior supports 3. Research-based discipline practices for culturally/ethnically diverse student populations 4. Mental health needs of culturally/ethnically diverse student populations 5. Showcase of TBSI Implementation districts/campuses � Attended two national behavior conferences: Positive Behavior Interventions and Support Conference and Association for Positive Behavior Support Annual Conference. � Organized and facilitated Texas Collaborative for Emotional Development in Schools (TxCEDS) stakeholder meetings. Technical Assistance � Sponsored and facilitated network meetings and network subcommittee meetings (three times annually). � Gathered and disseminated relevant information related to the suspension and expulsion of students with disabilities. � Facilitated the collection and analysis of regional data from TBSI School-wide Implementation campuses using the School-wide Positive Behavior Support Evaluation Template located in Module 7 of the TBSI School-wide manual or at � Continued technology and logistical support of TBSI Online Modules 1-4 and developed and disseminated TBSI Online Modules 5 and 6. � Produced and disseminated the Discipline Flow Chart for Students with Disabilities. � Maintained TBSI website and updated the website to include applicable SPP indicators and related resources. � Developed training modules and public awareness information regarding the TxCEDS model. � Designed and disseminated a statewide need assessment to identify perceptions of educators, parents, and agency personnel regarding mental health needs of children and potential barriers to student learning and performance. Prepared and disseminated a comprehensive report. � Coordinated the development of a comprehensive literature and resource review regarding diversification of funding sources for sustaining school-based mental health efforts. � Network collaborated with the Multicultural/Diverse Learners network to align efforts. Evaluation Network The primary purpose of the Evaluation Network is to provide professional development and technical assistance focused on ensuring that all students suspected of having a disability receive a thorough and timely full individual evaluation. This purpose also applies to current students with disabilities who require new or reevaluations. The following continuous efforts and improvement activities were completed in 2007-08: Conference/Meeting Participation � Attended Statewide Evaluation Personnel Conference and the LRP National Institute. Technical Assistance � Completed development of the TOT module which addresses linking full individual evaluation results to instruction and trained the network on this module. � Developed a guidance document for Child Find purposes which may be used with all eligibility age students who are suspected of having a disability. Part B State Annual Performance Report for FFY 2007 February 2, 2009 (OMB NO: 1820-0624 / Expiration Date: 08-31-2009) Page 6

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