Assessment Resource Center offers two forms of Special Education Intervention Products:
Curriculum-Based Measurement and Decision-Making Manual (DBI). Within you will find materials to aid in selecting an intervention, intervention mini-lessons to address skill deficits, templates to merge mini lessons into an instructional plan, and fidelity tools to monitor intervention implementation
Social Competence Curriculum (SCI) is a social competence intervention that combines both cognitive-behavioral and applied behavior analysis principles within a group-based application. The intervention is specifically designed to enhance the social competence needs of youth and adolescents with higher functioning Autism and those with similar social skill deficits. There three separate curricula designed to cover K-12.
Instructional materials including a diagnostic checklist and intervention mini-lessons.
This manual serves as a companion to the Curriculum-Based Measurement and Decision-Making Manual. Within you will find materials to aid in selecting an intervention, intervention mini-lessons to address skill deficits, templates to merge mini lessons into an instructional plan, and fidelity tools to monitor intervention implementation.
The purpose of this manual is to provide basic steps in the process of DBI in beginning writing. The manual is intended to be used in conjunction with high quality, research-based intervention strategies in beginning writing. The information contained in this manual can be used for training purposes, as a resource for schools or individual teachers, as a guide to assist problem-solving teams or Response to Intervention teams in their decision-making, and as a model for special educators to intensify instruction. We have solicited feedback from teachers, administrators, and experts in the field to not only create the manual, but also make it user friendly. We hope we have succeeded and wish you success as you use this manual!