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  1. Web iep follow-up ECO Gathered for Birth to 5 including Infant, toddler, PK

  2. Overview • Why collect Early Childhood Outcomes data? • Understanding Early Childhood Outcomes • Measuring Children’s Accomplishments of the 3 Early Childhood Outcomes • Using the Early Childhood Outcomes Summary Form • What does our data tell us?

  3. ECO: Target population • Early ACCESS • Infants and Toddlers • All infants and toddlers that have an IFSP • Include children when transitioning at the age of 3 Early Childhood Special Education • Preschoolers • All preschool children that have an IEP • Include children when transitioning from ECSE services to kindergarten • Include children receiving ECSE services and Kindergarten services (Part Time/Part-Time) • Does NOT include children that begin receiving special education services in kindergarten

  4. Three Early Childhood Outcome (ECO) Areas • Children with IFSP/IEP who demonstrate improved: • Positive social-emotional skills (including social relationships) • Acquisition and use of knowledge and skills (including early language/literacy/communication) • Use of appropriate behaviors to meet their needs

  5. The 3 eco areas refer to the ‘whole child’ • Represent Critical Skills that: • Promote positive outcomes for young children • Support active and successful participation in everyday activities and routines, now and in the future • Integrate all areas of development • Prepare children to enter school ready to learn at high levels (The Essential Question)

  6. What is the Early Childhood Outcomes (ECO) Process? • A team process for reviewing child assessment data from different sources culminating in the ‘rating’ of a child’s functioning on a scale of 1-7 • Considers the child’s functioning across situations and settings • Compares child’s functioning to same age peers

  7. Two ECO Summary Questions • Comparison to peers or standards: To what extent does this child show age-appropriate functioning in this ECO Area across a variety of settings and situations? (Rating: 1-7) • Progress: Has the child shown any new skills or behaviors related to this ECO Area since the last IFSP/IEP meeting? (Yes-No)

  8. The seven points on the ECO Summary Rating Scale

  9. crosswalks • Visit http://ectacenter.org/eco/pages/crosswalks.asp to see commonly used tools including: • AEPS • DAYC • GOLD

  10. ECTA (The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center) resources • Visit http://ectacenter.org/ for more resources • View the ECO video created by ECTA by going to http://ectacenter.org/eco/pages/videos.asp

  11. resources • ECO Guidance for Understanding the Early Childhood outcomes • ND Early Childhood Outcomes Process – Age Expectation Developmental Milestones

  12. The eco summary form • When do Teams complete the ECO Summary Form? • Initial IFSP and IEP Meetings • Annual Review, Re-Evaluation, and Exit Meetings • Must complete when children are leaving or exiting services • Transition from Early ACCESS to ECSE • **Please note when transitioning from IFSP to IEP, the ECO ratings (1-7), should be the same number for both the Final IFSP exit ECO and Initial IEP ECO • **For TK kids – check with district to see if they are considered preschool or Kindergarten • Transition from ECSE to Kindergarten

  13. When must an eco summary be completed for an iep? • When children… • Receive ECSE instructional and/or support only services (e.g. speech) • Receive special education services in BOTH the ECSE setting and Kindergarten setting • Transition from ECSE to kindergarten setting • Move out of state or exit ECSE services

  14. The eco summary form, cont. • Child’s Ratings are a snapshot of • The whole child • Functioning • Across settings and situations • Rather than • Skill by skill, • In one standardized way, or • Split by domains

  15. Eco data B-3: social emotional ss1

  16. Eco data 3-5: Social emotional SS1-increased growth

  17. Eco data B-3 : social emotional ss2

  18. Eco data 3-5: Social emotional SS2-met age expectations

  19. Eco data B-3: knowledge and skills ss1

  20. Eco data 3-5: Knowledge and skillsSS1-increased growth

  21. Eco data B-3: knowledge and skills ss2

  22. Eco data 3-5: Knowledge and skills SS2-met age expectations

  23. Eco dataB-3: appropriate behaviors ss1

  24. Eco data 3-5: appropriate behaviorsSS1-increased growth

  25. Eco data B-3: appropriate behaviors ss2

  26. Eco data 3-5: appropriate behaviorsSS2-met age expectations

  27. Eco data B-3

  28. Next steps • Expectation is to share this recorded webinar with District ECSE teachers as they are part of the team in making ECO decisions for preschool IEP children.  • What are some suggestions on how to best share this information with them?  • What is your plan?