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How To Use DR Access Learn Desired Results Access Project

Register for Subsequent Learning Paths (Training Courses) Once you have completed the first Learning Path or training “Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education”, you will be automatically enrolled in the next Learning Path. You will receive a registration confirmation email with your username and important information about the training.

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So Many Ways To Learn Desired Results Access Project

So Many Ways to Learn. Set to music, this video illustrates the many ways that young children learn. Download Video.

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Cody Writing And Drawing Desired Results Access Project

Cody Writing and Drawing. This opens in a new window. Cody demonstrates a variety of language, emergent writing, and fine motor skills. Download Video.

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Video Library Desired Results Access Project

The Desired Results Access Project Video Library hosts more than 50 videos produced in collaboration with our partners throughout California. The videos illustrate and describe key practices and provide opportunities for practicing observation and assessment skills. …

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Links Desired Results Access Project

The California Department of Education (CDE), Child Development Division (CDD) has established the Desired Results System to improve program quality in early care and education programs across the state. This website offers a wide variety of downloadable tools and resources for teachers, administrators, trainers, and families to support the

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DRDP Assessment Timeline Desired Results Access Project

General Timelines for Special Education DRDPData Collection and Reporting. Assessment Period. General Period for Observation and Documentation. General Period to Submit DRDP Data to SELPA. Date by which SELPAs Must Submit Data to DRAccessData. Fall. Oct. 1 – Jan. 1. December – January.

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Frequently Asked Questions Desired Results Access Project

Frequently Asked Questions. Many of the questions we receive are addressed in existing documents on this website. These two documents are most likely to answer your questions: DRDP (2015) Assessment Manual – The Introduction and Appendices contain essential information on how to use the DRDP (2015). Data Submission Page – This page contains

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Site Map Desired Results Access Project

Site Map. This is a hierarchical list of all the pages and documents included in this website. A useful way to search this page is to use your browser's Find function ( Ctrl+F in Windows or Cmnd+F on a Mac) and type a word you are looking for. You can also try our search feature on the upper right or contact us.

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Desired Follow-up To Course 1: Results “Using The DRDP

All courses are available in the Desired Results Access Project’s Learning Center, at DRAccessLearn.org. Most special educators will pass two of the three Demonstration of Rating Skills exercises that are part of this course and earn a Certificate of Rating Skills. If someone does not successfully complete the

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Carmen Writing Desired Results Access Project

Courses & Tutorials; Assessment Timeline; Reports Systems; SELPA Data Submission; Families; Video Library; Trainer/Coach/Faculty Materials; Policy & Research; Desired Results Access Project – Napa County Office of Education, Research and Professional Development Center

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Child Outcomes Step By Step Desired Results Access Project

Child Outcomes Step by Step. The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) has adopted a set of three child outcomes. These outcomes address three areas of child functioning necessary for each child to be an active and successful participant at home, in the community, and in other places like a child care program or preschool.

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Isaac At Play Desired Results Access Project

Isaac at Play. Isaac demonstrates a variety of manipulative, communication, and social skills. Download Video.

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Kaylee Getting Around Desired Results Access Project

Kaylee Getting Around. This opens in a new window. Kaylee demonstrates her skills transferring and getting around in her classroom. Download Video.

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Follow-up To Course 1: “Using The DRDP (2015) For Special

New special education assessors must complete the online training course, “Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education,” and the accompanying online Demonstration of Rating Skills prior to completing any new required courses. All courses are available in the Desired Results Access Project’s Learning Center, at DRAccessLearn.org.

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DRDP Requirements For Special Education Beginning In Fall

This fall, early childhood special education programs in California may be providing services in-person, through distance learning, or through a blend of the two. Regardless of the service delivery approach, completing the DRDP is still required. To help assessors complete the DRDP, a reduced number of DRDP measures will be rated and reported.

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Planning Adaptations For Distance Learning Desired

Courses & Tutorials; Planning Adaptations for Distance Learning. Search form. Search . In this tutorial you will learn how to use the Planning Adaptations for Distance Learning Worksheet to support children with IEPs in your program. You can complete this tutorial all at one time or across multiple sessions. The tutorial will bookmark where you

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Tips For Taking The “Using The DRDP (2015) For Special

Courses & Tutorials; Tips for Taking the “Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education” Online Course. Search form. Search . Download or Print PDF: TipsForTakingOnlineCourse.pdf. In order to have an engaging and successful learning experience while taking the course, we recommend you use the strategies below:

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Materials For Trainers, Coaches, And Faculty Desired

The Desired Results Access Project supports California’s early childhood special education community to understand, use, and benefit from the DRDP (2015). We value collaborative, strengths-based, and evidence-based approaches to professional development. We strive to provide high quality, responsive, and useful assistance to the field.

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Information For Teachers & Service Providers Desired

Information for Teachers & Service Providers. To assess children with the DRDP (2015), early interventionists and preschool special educators must: Complete required online training beginning with how to use the DRDP (2015) Observe children over time. Complete the …

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Use The Interim DRDP For Special Ed Through Spring 2021

The requirements for children with Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs), and Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) to be assessed with the DRDP are:

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Strategies For Collecting Documentation For The DRDP

During the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s preschool and early intervention programs are providing services through a range of options. Those using distance learning and remote services will have fewer opportunities to observe children and collect other documentation needed to confidently rate the DRDP.

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Carmen At Lunch Desired Results Access Project

Carmen at Lunch. Carmen demonstrates a variety of skills, including hand washing, personal care, eating, language, social, fine motor, and tooth brushing.

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DRDP (2015) Manuals And Components Desired Results

Supplemental Guidance for Special Education on Using the DRDP During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This guide assists special education assessors in completing the assessment across a variety of service delivery models including in-person, distance learning, and blended approaches. It includes a number of key considerations, recommended practices, and

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Getty's Door To Inclusion Desired Results Access Project

Getty's Door to Inclusion. Last year we saw Getty virtually attend preschool using a VGo in "Getty's Window To Inclusion: The Chance To Be Just Like Any Other Kid." Now in kindergarten, Getty virtually attends a typical kindergarten classroom every day using the VGo. In this heartwarming video, Getty's mother, Kate Mathany, and her teacher

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Trainer's Materials For "Leading Focused Conversations

The Desired Results Access Project has developed a process that home visitors can use to more confidently complete the DRDP (2015), even when they may not have had frequent opportunities to observe the child in a variety of routines and activities.

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Group Singing And Dancing Desired Results Access Project

Group Singing and Dancing. A variety of children demonstrate their language and movement skills. Download Video.

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Harper Hope: A Parent's View Of The Power Of Early

Harper Hope: A Parent's View of the Power of Early Intervention. This is an important video for families who are, or will be, receiving early intervention services as well as for current and future early intervention practitioners. In Part 1, Karis and Mike share intimate reflections about their daughter's birth and early months in the NICU; in

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Tips For Taking The Using The DRDP (2015) For Special

• If you complete a module within a course and the next one does not appear in MY ACTIVE COURSES on your dashboard, click on “My Dashboard” in the left-hand blue menu to refresh your screen for the next module. • You will complete rating exercises in this …

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Getty's Window To Inclusion: The Chance To Be Just Like

This video illustrates how essential early childhood inclusion is for all children, including those who cannot be in close proximity to other children because of health concerns.

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Team Lydia Rose: Supporting Inclusion Every Day In Every

Team Lydia Rose: Supporting Inclusion Every Day In Every Way. This opens in a new window. This video illustrates how inclusive practices should begin as early as possible. In the first part, Janelle describes her two year old daughter's birth, early weeks in the NICU, and her stroke at four months old. In the second part, Janelle is joined by

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A Mother's Voice: Technology And Inclusion Desired

A Mother's Voice: Technology and Inclusion. In this video, a follow-up to "Getty's Door to Inclusion," Kate Mathany shares her experiences using technology to make inclusion possible for her daughter Getty and discusses how embracing inclusion can help teachers become better at what they do. Download Video.

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Training Report Fall 2018 Desired Results Access Project

Table 1 summarizes the number of people who participated in the training program between the launch of the online courses on August 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019 and the percentage of successful completion of the Demonstration or Rating Skills.

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Information Page & Interim DRDP For Special Ed/Preschool

New Supplemental Guidance for Special Education on Using the DRDP During the COVID-19 Pandemic for temporary use. The stand alone Information Page and Interim DRDP for …

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Nelcy Takes A Walk Desired Results Access Project

Nelcy Takes a Walk. This opens in a new window. This delightful video illustrates how video peer modeling was used to support two and a half year old Nelcy to start using a walker and ultimately walk without it. Download Video.

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New Videos: Using Authentic Assessment For Informing And

The Preschool During the Pandemic series illustrates how the fields of early education and early childhood special education have been successfully supporting preschoolers and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Episode 13, a new, two-part video was just added to the series. Episode 13 - Authentic Learning in Remote Preschool. Part 1: Home Learning Materials and Authentic Assessment

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IFSP And IEP Team Responsibilities For The DRDP (2015

1. The teacher or service provider who has the most contact with the child, as determined by the IFSP or IEP Team, is responsible for completing and submitting the DRDP (2015), including the Rating Record and Information Page. Although the primary teacher or service provider is responsible, she or he should gather information from other team

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DRDP (2015) Infant/Toddler View Rating Booklet Desired

Responds to voices, gestures, or facial expressions in a variety of ways (e.g., gaze aversion, vocalization, movements) Recognizes a few frequently used words or gestures in familiar situations. Shows understanding of a variety of single words. Shows understanding of frequently used simple phrases or …

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Administrators' Responsibilities For The DRDP (2015) For

Assist the SELPA director by assuring all assessors within the program or district complete the required DRDP-related training courses for special education within the recommended time period. Fall and then ongoing to include new staff. Assure that IFSP and IEP teams understand their roles in:

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DRDP (2015) Special Education Information Page Tutorial

Courses & Tutorials. How to Use DR Access Learn; Tips for Taking the “Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education” Online Course; Interim DRDP for Special Ed Tutorial; DRDP (2015) Data Submission Timeline for Special Education; DRDP (2015) Special Education Information Page Tutorial; Understanding the Measures of the DRDP (2015)

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An Overview Of The DRDP (2015) For Families Desired

The DRDP (2015) is an assessment that teachers use to gather information to support children’s learning and development. The DRDP (2015) is used in CDE-funded early care and education programs from birth to the start of kindergarten, including infants and toddlers with Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) and preschool-age children

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Information Page & Interim DRDP For Special Ed/Infant

New Supplemental Guidance for Special Education on Using the DRDP During the COVID-19 Pandemic for temporary use. The stand alone Information Page and Interim DRDP for …

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Gina Takes Off Her Hoodie Desired Results Access Project

Gina Takes Off Her Hoodie. This opens in a new window. Gina demonstrates her perseverance and a friend shows her empathy and cooperation. Download Video.

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Common Abbreviations Used By The Desired Results Access

This document defines common abbreviations associated with fields of early intervention, early childhood education, and early childhood special education that are used in the Desired Results Access Project’s documents and resources. ADA.

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Tools That Support Assessment With DRDP (2015) Preschool

DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View Rating Booklet. The Rating Booklet is an optional tool containing all the measures of the DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View, without the examples. The Rating Booklet can serve as a place to record anecdotal notes for an individual child, or …

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The California Department of Education, Special Education Division requires DRDP training for all early childhood special educators who assess children with the DRDP. SELPAs are responsible for ensuring that all staff who administer the DRDP (2015) complete training. Create an account and access courses at DRAccessLearn.org. Complete the first

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