Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Data Reports
|PBIS Data Report: 2011 - 2012||Download|
|PBIS Data Report: 2010 - 2011||Download|
|PBIS Data Report: 2009||Download|
Early Intervention Process Student Data Reports
Schools that have received training from SERC in implementing and improving their early intervention process submit data each year about the students who have received support through their school’s early intervention process and their outcomes. These data are analyzed and summarized in the EIP Student Data Reports, currently available from the 04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 and 10-11 school years. Each report summarizes information gathered from all schools and then provides a breakout by district and school. Cross-tabulation tables examine the intersection of the following variables from the EIP Student Data Form:
As schools work to implement Scientific Research-Based Interventions (SRBI), they can use this information to make informed decisions about their current early intervention process.
For an explanation of the cross-tabulation tables, please read the two-page How to Read Cross-Tab Tables.
|EIP Data Report Year|
|2010 - 2011||Download|
|2009 - 2010||Download|
|2008 - 2009||Download|
|2007 - 2008||Download|
|2006 - 2007||Download|
|2005 - 2006||Download|
|2004 - 2005||Download|
In school year 2010-2011, the Early Intervention Project (EIP) offered The Intersection of EIP & SRBI training sessions for elementary and secondary school EIP team members from school districts in Connecticut. Participants received four days of training and one day of on-site coaching/technical assistance (TA) from SERC consultants. In order to assess the impact of the training and TA, participants were tested at the beginning of training (pre), at the conclusion of the training two months later (post), and at the end of that school year to determine long-term impact (post-post). The EIP Training Participant Survey Report details the outcomes from this assessment.
Download the EIP Core Skills Survey Report 2011 report.
Differentiated Instruction (DI) is a proactive, comprehensive, and systemic process used to enhance student learning. Teachers use DI to plan and provide instruction that maximizes academic achievement for all students while addressing the specific needs of some.
Click here to download the 2010 Differentiated Instruction Data Report and Summary.