Project ACCESS has added a new training on June 18th to our 2020 free online Summer Educators' Academy, centered around evidence-based practices. Do you struggle to decide which kind of data collection is best, streamline it to IEP goals, and actually keep up with it? Attend this workshop to learn, not only the basics on the different types of data, but also how to create … [Read more...] about Show Me The Data! – a NEW training for our FREE online 2020 Summer Educators’ Academy
Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled (MSSD) has released a new curriculum that includes "over 1,000 new instructional activities for students with severe disabilities...." From their announcement: "The curriculum units are aligned with the strands and domains of the Missouri Learning Standards which are the universal format based on the Essential Elements for the … [Read more...] about Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled (MSSD) – DESE Model Alternative Curriculum
We’ve posted a new Autism Minute, our brief (usually 5 minutes or less) instructional videos that provide information designed to add to your available resources for serving students with autism and other developmental disabilities. This month's video features Terri Carrington, M.A., CCC-SLP, who has served as Project ACCESS Associate Director, Autism Resources Specialist, … [Read more...] about Continuing the focus on data in this month’s Autism Minute
Project ACCESS will begin the second cohort of our newest teacher training initiative, Project ACCESS Autism Credential/Project ACCESS Autism Team Support (PAAC/PAATS) this fall, designed with the goal of improving services and outcomes for children who have autism. For several years, we have been collecting feedback from Missouri educators and administrators and carefully … [Read more...] about Complete the Project ACCESS Autism Credential (PAAC) initiative and earn graduate credit and a graduate certificate!
The National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence & Practice (NCAEP) team at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute released a new report on April 27th on their findings and the literature review on "Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Autism". Included are newly identified practices and new data and information about implementing … [Read more...] about Newly Released Report on “Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Autism”