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1 DMM 101: Building Capacity through Coaching Family-Guided Routine Based Intervention Juliann Woods Florida State University

2 Distance Mentoring Model (DMM) Interactive Exchange of Knowledge and Skills External and Peer Mentoring Ongoing Performance Feedback Meaningful and Relevant Measurement Shared Vision Individualized Partnership with State or Program Leadership Evidence based early intervention practices delivered through continuum of EB PD Flexible performance measures adapted to agreed upon practices and outcomes Technology supports matched to outcomes and capacity

3 Research & Rationale for DMM Recommended Practice in Early Intervention: Emphasis on supports and services in the context of the routines and relationships that are part of children and families’ everyday lives (Bruder, 2010; Sandall, Hemmeter, Smith, & McLean, 2005) Actual Practice in Early Intervention: Two primary approaches: -Child-focused approach currently used by many EI professionals (Campbell & Sawyer, 2007; Peterson, Luze, Eshbaugh, Jeon, &Kantz, 2007) -General coaching that does not include direct teaching or practice to support caregiver’s skill development. Majority of time in conversation with caregiver or modeling without feedback or demonstration. (Wilcox, Guimond, & Kim, 2010)

4 Research & Rationale for DMM Professional Development in Early Intervention: Despite evidence to the contrary, PD is most frequently delivered in workshop-format without follow-up. Coaching is the only PD strategy with significant evidence of effectiveness. (Bruder, Mogro-Wilson, Stayton, Dietrich, (2009); Snyder & Wolfe, 2008) Face-to-face interaction and opportunities for reflection improve online PD (Chen, Klein, & Minor, 2009) Video-feedback is an effective tool to change behavior in beginning teachers in classroom settings and early childhood home visitors (Rosaen, Lundeberg, Cooper, Fritzen, &Terpstra, 2008; Sherin& van Es, 2009; Summers, Funk, Twombly, Waddell, & Squires, 2007)

5 A Model for Matching Training Approach to Desired Training Outcomes and Complexity of Application Source: Winton, McCollum and Catlett (Reforming Personnel Preparation in Early Intervention)

6 DMM : Iowa’s Approach The Training Face to Face Training: to introduce principles of Family-Centered Services and Supports in Natural Environments (FC-NE) and develop consensus on Key Indicators, and Plan for Peer Mentoring Peer mentoring with external coaching & feedback Monthly Webinars Weekly communications, blogs, webpage updates Follow-Up Workshop on Specific Coaching. Reflection, Problem-solving Partner reports, new content for next steps, action plans and revised coaching plans The Technology Video cameras- Hipaa Server Adobe connect feedback summaries Time allocated and reported Mentoring plans & feedback Administrator participation The Supports

7 Example of Peer Performance Feedback & Coaching Monthly Video Completed and Uploaded for Review Video & Key Indicators Reviewed Individually by Peer Partners Video Coded & Review Scheduled, Coach Views Clips SS-OO-PP-RR Adobe Connect with Feedback Coaching to Peers Feedback and Video Clips Sent to Partners, Next video Scheduled


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