Improving programs and changing systems can be hard, DaSy Dynamic Impact is an easy-to-use approach that provides a consistent, successful, and sustainable process to support your team.
Developed to help states determine if all required fields in the SPP/APR platform have been completed and all relevant, required content is addressed for each indicator.
Conference: DEC & ISEI Joint Conference 2022 Date: September 28, 2022 Presenter: Sally Shepherd (DaSy), Katy McCullough (ECTA), Nicole Cossette (CT), Susan Connor (IL) The current health crisis has expanded […]
During this session, DaSy staff discussed how Part C and Part B program staff can leverage data linking to answer complex questions of interest. The presenters showed and described the new Data Linking Toolkit which is comprised of multiple sections that include downloadable tools to support Part C and Part B 619 program staff as they consider, prepare, and successfully link their data. In addition, North Carolina shared their recent experience linking Part C and Part B 619 data in their state across two state agencies.
The COS-KC assessment checks if practitioners have background knowledge needed to participate in a high-quality Child Outcomes Summary process. These presentation slides are from an IDIO Conference session introducing the COS-KC and helping state staff consider how the COS-KC might enhance their outcomes data collection and professional development activities.
This presentation included strategies generated from multiple states involved in technical assistance to improve Family Outcomes representativeness and equity.
This presentation introduced DaSy’s newly developed data leadership competencies. These competencies describe what a state data leader or state team must know and be able to do in order to effectively lead the development of a state data infrastructure and culture.
Families are key stakeholders in state and local data conversations. They provide a unique perspective that is critical for program improvement. This session introduced the Family Data Leader Pilot project. This project is a collaboration between the Center for Parent Information and Resources and Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems. Participants increased their knowledge about what types of data there are, why data is collected and how data drives improvement with a focus on equity. Participants also gained strategies to successfully participate in data discussions.
This is the last in a series of stand-alone facilitated listening sessions provided by DaSy and ECTA focused on the transition from Part C to Part B, 619. Presenters shared resources and tools that may assist states as they improve their data processes and systems.
The presentation reviewed the process and components of a programmatic use case, discussed how to use the programmatic use case and reviewed a state example. Lastly, the session engaged in a small group activity to create a draft use case based on the DaSy Critical Questions.