Category Archives: Learning Community

Part C Data Managers – a MyDaSyTA Learning Community

The Part C Data Managers Community is a MyDaSyTA learning community for sharing questions and expertise with each other. Equally informative and collaborative, we share OSEP and PSC updates, DaSy and ECTA resources, and conference updates. Joining this community provides both new and experienced data managers with the latest tools and materials, ensuring that community […]

Family Outcomes Data – Community of Practice

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The Family Outcomes Data Community of Practice allows individuals to share issues and resources related to family outcomes measurement, including analysis, data quality, and data use and dissemination. Specific topics will be prioritized by the members, and the calls will focus on state sharing and peer participation. The learning community is intended for Part C […]

Child Outcomes Summary – Learning Community

This community is intended for state Part C and Part B 619 staff who work directly with collecting, analyzing, and using Child Outcomes Summary (COS) data. The goal of the community is to help participants promote/maintain practices that lead to high-quality COS data and the ability to use those data in meaningful ways. Participants learn […]

BDI Users – Learning Community

This group is for interested individuals to share experiences using the Battelle Developmental Inventory (BDI) for outcomes reporting. The group focuses on a variety of topics including quality assurance, data collection and analysis, and training and technical assistance. The group meets via conference call several times a year and in person, when possible, at national […]

TS GOLD – Learning Community

This community offers a way for interested individuals to share experiences using the Teaching Strategies (TS) GOLD for outcomes reporting. The group focuses on a variety of topics including training assessors, procedural issues, reporting, and new features. The group meets monthly. States identify questions/issues to discuss each month and one state leads the discussion. States […]