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Iowa BEST: Behavioral, Equitable, Social-Emotional, Trauma-Informed Health in Schools Summit
The Iowa BEST Summit is designed to highlight educators’ collective need to bolster support and care across the educational system, and to build shared capacity to get there. The sessions will deliver resources and practical solutions around social-emotional-behavioral health. #IowaBEST2021

The summit is co-sponsored by the Iowa Department of Education and the University of Iowa College of Education.

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Wednesday, November 3 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Intensifying Interventions for Academics and Behavior

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Data-based individualization (DBI) has demonstrated success when implemented by educators with students with severe and persistent academic and/or behavioral needs and is a systematic, validated method for using assessment data to determine when and how to intensify intervention. Unfortunately schools often note that they struggle to intensify supports and as a result may benefit from a structure to help them organize their planning. This session will focus on how, within DBI, educators can an adaptive framework taxonomy to systematically intensify supports both quantitatively and qualitatively across academic and behavioral domains. We will review dimensions of the taxonomy and use a case study to illustrate how it can be used increase the quality of intensive intervention, improve student outcomes, and help schools design intensive intervention programs that are clearly distinguishable from less intensive (Tier 2) intervention programs.

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Dr. Joseph Wehby

Chair, Department of Special Education, Vanderbilt University
Joseph Wehby received his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt after having taught children and youth with learning and behavior problems in a residential setting. As Chair in Vanderbilt’s Department of Special Education, he is an experienced special education researcher. He has been PI of numerous... Read More →


Wednesday November 3, 2021 1:00pm - 2:15pm CDT
Room 311