Tag Archives: Data System(s)

Data linking between Part C and Part B 619: Start here!

This first of three mini-webinars presented during Linking Week 2017, focused on helping state staff think through the data governance and technology considerations related to linking data. Colorado and South Dakota Part C and Part B 619 staff shared updates on their governance and technology related work as they pursue Part C and 619 data […]

Building High-Quality Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education Programs

Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) 32nd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: October 2016 Presenters: Christina Kasprzak, Megan Vinh, & Grace Kelley This presentation gives an overview of the ECTA System Framework, including it’s purpose, intended audience, and structure. The System Framework is designed to support state […]

ECTA/DaSy System Framework Self-Assessment Comparison Tool

This webinar introduces the framework self-assessment comparison tool which can be used to compare quality indicators and elements of quality across one or more system components/sub-components over two or three points in time. Presenters share information on using the tool, as well as a live demo. Presented by Robin Nelson (DaSy Center) in June 2016 […]

Using Data Systems to Improve Maltreated Children’s Access to Early Intervention in Colorado

Conference: The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology (MCHE) Conference Date: September 2016 Presenter: Taletha Derrington, Lenita Hartman, Christy Scott, Lorendia Schmidt, & Haidee Bernstein This poster describes the effect of the two data system enhancements on EI referrals and evaluation for eligibility among infants and toddlers with substantiated maltreatment in Colorado. Link to Poster

How High Quality IDEA Data Supports Systemic Change in States

Conference: OSEP Project Directors Date: August 2016 Presenters: Dave Phillips, Bill Huennekens, Donna Spiker, & Tom Fiore This 2016 presentation provides examples from four TA centers of how high-quality IDEA data can contribute to systemic changes that strengthen data infrastructures in states, which enable the improvement of services and supports for students with disabilities. Link […]

Closing Plenary: Let’s Make Data Part of Everyone’s Toolkit!

Image of child reading with multiple levels of data represented above her: Classroom/Caseload, Center/School/Program, District/Program, Region, State, and National

Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler (DaSy), Donna Spiker (DaSy), Lisa Backer (MN Dept of Education), Tony Chambers, Ann Freiburg (IL Dept of Human Services), Chelsea Guillen (EITP at University of Illinois), Ovella Peaches Lott (University City Children’s Center), & Bob Morris (WA Dept of Early Learning) This multi-media, interactive closing plenary session discusses how data can be […]