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RESEARCH

School social work practice, policy, and research is on the move...pass it on!

A working group founded at the Society for Social Work and Research has established  a Special Interest Group (SIG) focusing on School Social Work Research. SIG Mission Statement: to advance child and adolescent well-being and  academic success through the development and dissemination of school social work research, scholarship, and practice theories. (Approved after SSWR 2007)  SSW-SIG is pleased to announce that the School Social Work Special Interest Group has a new website as of 2014!  The new site will henceforth be hosted and maintained by the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  With the SSW-SIG's permission, SSWAA and the SSW-SIG will share cross links and resources.  Check out this site for a wealth of resources for Researchers interested in School Social Work.   Click here.

For complete list of research tools, resources, data, reports, etc. Click here.

RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION or MULTI-TIERED SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT

Academic Intervention Tools Chart  developed by the National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII)www.intensiveintervention.org/chart/instructional-intervention-tools?utm_source=09+-2012+eNEWS&utm_campaign=09-2012+eNEWS&utm_medium=email

"This chart provides ratings on the efficacy of studies on commercially available academic intervention programs that can be used as part of a data-based individualization program for educating students with disabilities who require intensive intervention due to persistent learning problems. Additional information on how to implement the tools can be found on the chart as well."

Council of Administrators of Special Education. Response to intervention resources available at http://www.casecec.org/rti.htm

Flexible Service Delivery System.   http://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/research/field-studies-rti-programs/fieldstudies-fsds

Forms and Links from Functional Behavioral Assessment:  A Three Tiered Prevention Model.   Filter, K.J., & Alvarez, M.E. (2012).  (University of Minnesota--Mankato)  http://www.mnsu.edu/psych/psyd/people/filter/book/documents/

Impact of Behavioral Interventions on Academic Success.  April 27, 2012    http://sswaa.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=416

Institute of Education Science’s RTI Research Grantshttp://ies.ed.gov/  

Intervention Central.    http://www.interventioncentral.org/     

Literacy Information & Communications Systems.  LINCS is a national dissemination and professional development system, providing information on literacy research, practice, and resources.  http://lincs.ed.gov/ 

Literature Review:  RtI and Scientifically-Based Research.   (2012)  Contributed by Dr. Christine Sabatino  http://sswaa.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=453

National Center on Response to Intervention.    The National Center on RTI hosts a variety of resources about RTI. The resources you find  were created by the Center as well as other organizations or associations. Pages are organized by type of resource.  http://www.rti4success.org/resourceslanding

National Institute for Literacy.      http://www.caliteracy.org/nil/    

National Institute for Literacy (Toolkit).   http://www.nifl.gov/deasthatwork.org/toolkit/ta_responsiveness_intervention.asp

OSEP’s Technical Assistance on RTI in SLD Determination Process.  http://www.osepideasthatwork.org/toolkit/ta_responsiveness_intervention.asp   

New PACER Web Site Addresses School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support. 

Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports.   http://www.pbis.org/    (See PBIS above)

PBIS School Wide Evaluations.   Forms and Evaluations.     http://www.pbis.org/evaluation/evaluation_tools.aspx

PBIS World.   Website provides many tools developed by a School Social Worker in implementing PBIS.

Progress Monitoring Tools  "The National Center on RTI publishes this chart to assist educators and families in becoming informed consumers who can select progress monitoring tools that best meet their individual needs."   www.rti4success.org/progressMonitoringtools

Research Institute on Progress Monitoring.   An OSEP Institute to develop a system of monitoring progress especially with individualized instruction.  www.progressmonitoring.org

Response to Intervention:  Research for Practice.    August, 2007.  "This annotated bibliography of research about RtI serves as a compliment to National Association of State Directors of Special Education's best selling book, Response to Intervention: Policy Considerations and Implementation."  224 pp

RtI Action Networkhttp://www.rtinetwork.org/

RtI Manuals:   The National Center on Response to Intervention offers 3 Manuals:  RTI Implementer Series-- Module 1: Screening;   Module 2: Progress Monitoring;  Module 3: Multi-level Prevention System www.rti4success.org/resourcetype/rti-implementer-series-module-1-screening

School Success Online.   School Success Profile, Best Practices Database, Evidence-Based Programs, Promising Practices and Resources to assist school based practitioners.
www.schoolsuccessonline.com

School Wide Information Systems.   A web-based information system that is efficient and easy to use that provides school personnel with accurate, timely and practical office referral data to develop school-wide and individual student interventions. Demo can be downloaded.                 https://www.pbisapps.org/Pages/Default.aspx

RUNAWAY

RUNAWAY & HOMELESS YOUTH AND RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE TOOLKIT  In this Toolkit, Dating Violence (DV) and Sexual Assault (SA) providers will find information designed to increase their understanding of runaway and homeless youth and the network of programs and services working with them and, conversely, Runaway and Homeless Youth providers will find resources on intimate partner violence and the programs and networks that provide protections and support to victims of violence.  Source: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Runaway Safeline.   The mission of the National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is to help keep America’s runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. Call 1-800-RUNAWAY if you care about a youth and want information on how you can help someone who may be at risk of running from home. Call 1-800-RUNAWAY if you are an educator looking for information to pass along to your students about youth homelessness or the reality of life on the streets.

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