DRDP - Desired Results for Children and Families

Report
Desired Results
Developmental Profile
Training
Trainer name
Date
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Agreements
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Start on time, end on time
Silence cell phones
Take care of your personal needs
Active listening
Share your expertise
Questions welcomed
Participatory training
Table top materials remain in
training room
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Agenda
AM:
• Welcome/Introductions
• Orientation to the DRDP
(2010)
• Deeper Look at the
Descriptors
• BREAK
• Developmental Levels
• ELD Measures
• LUNCH – 60 min.
PM:
• Looking at the Evidence
• Completing the DRDP
• Review, Reflect and Rate
DRDP
• BREAK
• CDD/Head Start
Requirements
• DRDPtech©
• DRDP Resources
• Questions & Answers
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Parking Lot
Please write questions on post-its and
place them on the “Parking Lot” chart
paper.
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DRDP Training Outcomes
Get to Know:
• The terms and layout of the DRDP
(2010)
• The use of the DRDP to observe,
document and rate children’s growth
• The review and reflection of evidence in
relation to the DRDP domains,
developmental levels and measures
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KWL
Write answers to the
following:
K = What I already
know about the DRDP
W = What I want to
know about the DRDP
L= What I learned
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DRDP Round 1
The abbreviation for:
Desired Results Developmental
Profile (2010)
$100
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DRDP Round 1
What is…
DRDP (2010) ?
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DRDP Round 1
Self and Social
Development
Language & Literacy
Health
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DRDP Round 1
What are…
Developmental Domains?
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DRDP Round 1
To be completed within 60 calendar
days of children’s enrollment in the
program
$300
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DRDP Round 1
When must…
the first DRDP be
completed for each child?
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2010 © California Department of Education
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What is the relationship between
the DRDP and the foundations?
• The foundations reflect what children, with adequate
support, typically learn and develop.
• The DRDP provides a structure and a tool for recording
an individual child’s development and documenting
progress.
• The Infant/Toddler Learning & Development Foundations
and the Preschool Learning Foundations, Volume 1
provide the research base for the DRDP-IT (2010) and
the DRDP-PS (2010).
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DRDP Alignment
Aligned with the Infant/Toddler Learning and
Development Foundations and the California Preschool
Learning Foundations, Volume 1
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Head Start Alignment
• Fully aligned, no modifications needed
• Head Start Outcomes for Children
are aligned to the PS Foundations
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Why was it important to align the
DRDP to the foundations?
To ensure we assess what we want
children to learn and that it is aligned to
what is appropriate for children of this age
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Orientation to the DRDP (2010)
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Measure
Navigation Map
Developmental
Domain
Descriptor
Definition
Developmental
Level
Example
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Directions for Completing
the DRDP
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Directions for Completing the
DRDP (2010)
1. Overview and Introduction - page i
2. Introduction (continued) - page ii
3. Structure and Components of the DRDP - page iii & iv
4. Instructions for Completing the DRDP and Completing
the Information Page - page v & vi
5. Completing the Assessment Instrument and Instructions
for LLD and ELD - page vii
6. Complete DRDP Measures for Dual Language Learnerspage viii
7. Completing the Rating Record – page ix – xi
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Give One/Get One Handout
• Transfer 1 of your
highlights into the box
that matches your
number.
KEEP IT SHORT!
• Stand up when
finished.
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Give One/Get One Handout
• Find other people in the
room who have NOT
read your section and
give them one highlight.
• Ask for a highlight and
write it down in the
appropriate section.
• Move about the room
until you have a highlight
for each section.
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Domains & Measures
at a glance!
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Infant /Toddler
5 Developmental Domains
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Self and Social Development (SSD)
Language and Literacy Development (LLD)
Cognitive Development (COG)
Motor and Perceptual Development (MPD)
Health (HLTH)
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Preschool
7 Developmental Domains
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Self and Social Development (SSD)
Language and Literacy Development (LLD)
English Language Development (ELD)
Cognitive Development (COG)
Mathematical Development (MATH)
Physical Development (PD)
Health (HLTH)
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DRDP (2010) at a Glance
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Continuing Education and
Academic Units
Earning units requires:
• All day attendance
• Sign in and out to verify all day attendance
• Pick up a packet of information at the breaks or lunch
• After reading the packet, determine desired type of
unit
• Each participant completing the training will receive a
Certificate of Attendance available at the end of the
day on registration table
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BREAK – 15 minutes
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Domains
The
Four
Ds
Definitions
Developmental levels
Descriptors
LOOK to the 4 Ds:
Domains, Definitions, Developmental Levels, and
Descriptors to clarify the intent of each measure
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A Deeper Look at the
Descriptors
Each developmental level has a descriptor
that defines the behaviors that would be
observed if a child were at that
developmental level.
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Using the Descriptor
If the descriptor says
or, a child does not
have to do everything
in the descriptor.
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If the descriptor says and,
then the child MUST be
able to do all of the things
in the descriptor.
A Deeper Look at the
Descriptors
• Look at Measures 32 and 33.
• Read each descriptors carefully, circle the
word or in each descriptor and highlight
the word and.
• Check with your neighbor-did you get
them all?
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Mathematics Sample
• Insert video
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A Deeper Look at the
Descriptors
• What is the child able to do?
• Look at Measures 32 and 33 and their
descriptors.
• Which parts of the descriptors can the
child do?
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Developmental
Levels
A closer look
Domains
The
Four
Ds
Definitions
Developmental levels
Descriptors
LOOK to the 4 Ds:
Domains, Definitions, Developmental Levels, and
Descriptors to clarify the intent of each measure
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Where are you in your development
as a cook?
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Desired Result: Adults are safe and healthy
Measure 50: Cooking
Definition: Adult shows increasing skill in making healthy meals and snacks.
Mark the highest developmental level you have mastered
Exploring
Developing
Eats food
prepared by
others
Boils water and
puts together
simple
ingredients
Examples
• Uses the “Drive
Thru” at least 3
times per week
• Eats at Denny’s
• Eats at mom’s
• Makes mac and
cheese
• Heats frozen
entrees
• Makes peanut
butter & jelly
sandwich
Building
Prepares simple
meals
Follows simple
recipes
Integrating
Prepares
complex meals
from scratch,
often makes
gourmet dishes
• Can prepare a 5
course meal
• Makes spaghetti and
a salad
• Uses fresh
ingredients to make
• Can bake a cake
a meal
from a mix
• Prepares recipes
from Gourmet
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Development Level Activity
• Infant/Toddler DRDP
• MPD 2, Measure 32
3 Yrs - K DRDP
LLD 10, Measure 22
1. Carefully read the
descriptors for each
developmental level.
2. Circle the word OR
and highlight the
word AND in each
descriptor.
3. Check with your
elbow partner that
you have them all.
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Development Level Activity
Infant/Toddler DRDP
MPD 2, Measure 32
3 Yrs - K DRDP
LLD 10, Measure 22
1. In briefcase find
envelope with
Developmental level,
descriptors and
photos.
2. Pour them out onto
the middle of table.
3. Work with table
group to put cards in
a developmental
sequence.
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Preschool Developmental Level Key
Exploring
Building
Developing
Integrating
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Preschool English Language
Development Measures
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English Language Development
Measures
• Measure 23: Comprehension of English
(Receptive English)
• Measure 24: Self expression in English
(Expressive English)
• Measure 25: Understanding and response to
English literacy activities
• Measure 26: Symbol, letter, and print knowledge
in English
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ELD Measures in the Classroom:
Measure 23
• Read the definition and when reading the
descriptor carefully – circle the word or and
highlight the word and for the Exploring level
ONLY.
• Check with elbow partner that you got them
all.
• Watch video clip.
• What makes it an example of the
developmental level?
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Exploring Level
• Insert Video
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ELD Measures in the Classroom:
Measure 23
• Read the definition and when reading the
descriptor carefully – circle the word or and
highlight the word and for the Developing
level ONLY.
• Check with elbow partner that you got them
all.
• Watch video clip.
• What makes it an example of the
developmental level?
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Developing Level
• Insert video
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ELD Measures in the Classroom:
Measure 23
• Read the definition and when reading the
descriptor carefully – circle the word or and
highlight the word and for the Building level
ONLY.
• Check with elbow partner that you got them
all.
• Watch video clip.
• What makes it an example of the
developmental level?
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Building Level
• Insert video
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ELD Measures in the Classroom:
Measure 23
• Read the definition and when reading the
descriptor carefully – circle the word or and
highlight the word and for the Integrating
level ONLY.
• Check with elbow partner that you got them
all.
• Watch video clip.
• What makes it an example of the
developmental level?
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Integrating Level
• Insert video
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Key Points for ELD and
LLD Measures
1. LLD is used with all children to measure
progress in language and literacy development.
Children may master levels in English, home
language, or through alternative communication.
2. ELD is used with dual language learners
learning to speak English. Consider only
responses to or communications in English.
3. All dual language learners do not progress at
the same rate.
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Preschool Learning
Foundations
Foundations provide
additional information
about children’s
development.
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Preschool English Learner
Guide
• PEL guide training
is available through
CPIN.
• Go to www.CPIN.us
for more
information.
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LUNCH
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DRDP Round 2
A collection of anecdotal notes,
photos, work samples, and other
evidence of behaviors and skills
$100
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DRDP Round 2
What is…
a child’s portfolio?
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Winner!
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DRDP Round 2
These are aligned to the
DRDP-PS (2010) and the
DRDP-IT (2010)
$200
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DRDP Round 2
What are…
The Infant/Toddler Foundations
and the Preschool Learning
Foundations?
$200
Winner!
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DRDP Round 2
These are NOT a checklist
$300
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DRDP Round 2
What are…
Examples?
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Winner!
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DRDP Round 2
Components of the DRDP to clarify
the intent of each measure.
$400
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DRDP Round 2
What are…
Developmental Domains,
Definitions, Developmental
Levels, and Descriptors or
the 4 D’s?
$400
Winner!
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DRDP Round 2
Typical behavior done easily and
confidently,
consistently, over time,
and in different settings
$500
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DRDP Round 2
What is…
mastered or mastery?
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Winner!
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Looking at the Evidence
NOTE: Portfolio samples are confidential and are
not to be removed from the room.
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Meet Joanna
Joanna is four years old.
Her home language is
Spanish and both parents
speak Spanish in the home.
She has older siblings who
often speak with her in
English. This is Joanna’s
first year in preschool. She
attends a dual immersion
preschool.
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Let’s Look at the Descriptors
• Read the descriptor for Measure 24
carefully, circle the word or and highlight
the word and.
• Compare with elbow partner that you got
them all.
• Repeat process for Measure 25 & 26.
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Meet Joanna
• Insert video
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Looking at the Evidence
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Let’s Look at the Evidence
• Using the evidence provided, identify the
measures related to each evidence item.
• Write yes in the box in which each
evidence item matches the corresponding
measure.
• If the evidence is related to other
measures, write the measure number in
the box on the bottom of the page.
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A good piece of evidence can be
used for multiple measures if it is:
•
•
•
•
Descriptive
An authentic “snapshot” of behaviors
Provides significant details, not labels
Captures children’s ideas and/or
language
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The Process of Rating the
DRDP
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Collect and Organize
Evidence and Documentation
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Children’s Portfolio
Anecdotal notes
Photos
Work samples
Checklists
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Checklists
Use checklists
to help you and
other staff
record how
often children
demonstrate
behaviors,
knowledge, or
skills.
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Review & Reflect on the Documentation
Jose drawing of a
“tuna fish” 3/3
Music: 3/3
Song titled Tuna Fish is
playing n the CD player.
Jose sings and does hand
gestures with the group.
Jose: “Ha! First he has to
say excuse me!” Laughs
when the whale burps.
Conversation with Jose
Teacher and other child are standing in front of
the climbing apparatus.
Jose: “Excuse me, I need to get through.”
(Teacher and Mia move to the side)
Jose:“Thanks.”
(Steps up and slides down the slide. Plane flies
across sky.)
Teacher: “Where ‘s it going?”
Jose: “To the beach… I saw a helicopter…. It’s
going to the moon. To outer space.”
(Moves arms in a flapping motion.)
Teacher: “Where are you going?”
(Climbs up and slides down)
Jose: “I’m going up to the mountains… I’m
going down the river.”
Story Time:
3/6
Reading story about
Circle Time: 3/5
an alligator
Jose:“Teacher, lots of
Teacher: “Why is every
people came to my
one so scared?”
party. They gave me
Jose: “Because he has
tons of presents!”
teeth!”
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Determining Highest Level
Mastered
A developmental level is mastered when the
child typically demonstrates the behavior:
• Easily and confidently,
• Consistently over time,
• In different settings.
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Based on observations, fill-in one bubble
that best describes the child’s highest
developmental level mastered.
1. Mark the highest developmental level the child has mastered.
Exploring
Shows awareness
when others are
unhappy or upset
Not yet at first level
Developing
Building
Integrating
Offers simple
assistance when he
or she thinks it is
needed - even if not
really needed
Accurately labels
others’ feelings, and
may offer assistance
Uses words or
actions to
demonstrate concern
for what others are
feeling
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If a child has NOT YET mastered the first
developmental level, fill in the “Not yet at first level”
bubble on the Preschool and School-age DRDP
1. Mark the highest developmental level the child has mastered.
Exploring
Shows awareness
when others are
unhappy or upset
Not yet at first level
Developing
Building
Integrating
Offers simple
assistance when he
or she thinks it is
needed - even if not
really needed
Accurately labels
others’ feelings, and
may offer assistance
Uses words or
actions to
demonstrate concern
for what others are
feeling
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After marking the Developmental Level mastered,
ask “Is the child emerging to the next level - by
demonstrating behaviors from the next
developmental level, but are not yet typical or
consistent? ” If so, fill in the # 3 bubble.
1. Mark the highest developmental level the child has mastered.
Exploring
Shows awareness
when others are
unhappy or upset
Not yet at first level
Developing
Building
Integrating
Offers simple
assistance when he
or she thinks it is
needed - even if not
really needed
Accurately labels
others’ feelings, and
may offer assistance
Uses words or
actions to
demonstrate concern
for what others are
feeling
2. Record evidence for this rating here.
3. Mark here if child is emerging to the next level
4. If you are unable to rate this measure, explain why.
In the rare circumstance that you are unable to rate a child on a
specific measure, explain why at #4 .
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Rating Records
• I/T page vii-viii
• PS page x-xi
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Determine a Rating for Measures
Practice Rating Activity
Infant/Toddler DRDP
Measure 16-19
3 Yrs. - K DRDP
Measures 15-18
1. Read the measures
carefully and circle the
word or and highlight the
word and in the
descriptors
2. Check with your elbow
partner that you have
them all identified
3. Discuss with your table
group what the
measures are assessing.
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Practice Rating Activity
Infant/Toddler DRDP
Measure 16-19
1. Take 10 minutes to read
through the portfolio
3 Yrs. - K DRDP
2. Take notes as you watch
the video
Measures 15-18
3. As a table group, use the
rating record and mark the
highest level mastered.
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Meet Bishop
Bishop is 14 months old. He lives with his
mom, dad and a 4 year old sister. English
is the language spoken at home. He has
attended the program for 3 months.
Bishop smiles and laughs as he moves
through each day. He enjoys movement
like walking, climbing, and dancing to
music.
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Meet Bishop
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Meet Jose
Jose lives with his mother and father and has no
siblings. Spanish is his dominant home language,
but he speaks both English and Spanish while at
preschool.
He has attended a dual-language preschool for 1.5
years.
Jose plays cooperatively with other children and
several close friends. He selects a variety of
activities throughout the day, e.g., blocks, reading
books, and outdoor play.
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Meet Jose
• Insert video
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REVIEW and REFLECT
with the table group on the…
• Observation notes of the video clip
• Portfolio samples provided
• DRDP measures, developmental levels,
and descriptors’ relation to your findings
Use the rating record in the DRDP
to mark the developmental level.
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Inter-rater Reliability
• Post ratings on the Measures chart
• Be prepared to justify your rating
• Compare the rating and discuss
differences and similarities in ratings
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Please return evidence to
table briefcase
NOTE: Evidence samples and
materials are confidential and must
remain in the training room.
CDD/Head Start Requirements
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All children must have a completed
DRDP each program year:
• Within 60 calendar days of the child’s
enrollment
• Infant/Toddler, Preschool, and School
age - every 6 months thereafter
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CDD Classroom Requirements
• Summarize DRDP group data by
classroom:
– DRDPtech©
– DRDP Excel spreadsheet files
– DRDP Tally sheets
• Complete DRDP Summary of Findings by
classroom
• Use DRDP Summary of Findings to inform
planning
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DRDPtech©
Available to programs now!
Get information about the DRDPtech platform on
the Desired Results Web Site:
www.desiredresults.us
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DRDPtech©
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What is DRDPtech©?
• An online data entry system
• An easy way to compile information about
your students
• Tool for printing out summary reports
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DRDPtech© Reports
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After Completing the DRDP
• Summarize progress
and plans on the
Child’s
Developmental
Progress form
• Meet with parents to
review DRDP findings
two times a year
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The Child’s Developmental
Progress form is designed to…
• Describe the child’s development to parents
• Engage parents as partners in supporting
curriculum objectives for the child
• Assist in determining curriculum objectives to
support the child’s development
• Be completed twice per year prior to the
parent conference
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DRDP Classroom Summary of
Findings
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What does the data tell us?
• Look at domain
• Look in
foundations
• Think about what
the data reflects
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Consider a variety of strategies
including:
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Planned learning opportunities
Child-staff interactions
Teacher strategies
Family engagement
Use of environment and/or materials
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What’s in the Curriculum
Frameworks?
Infant/Toddler
available now!
School-age
frameworks
available on CDE
Web site
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What does the framework do?
“Created as a companion to the California
Preschool Learning Foundations, Volume 1, this
framework presents strategies and information to
enrich learning and development opportunities for
all of California’s preschool children.” p. v
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Discover ideas for:
• Environments
• Building on children’s
play
• Materials
• Teacher-guided
learning activities
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The Curriculum Framework
strategies are:
• Developmentally
appropriate
• Reflective of thoughtful
observation and
intentional planning
• Individually and
culturally meaningful
• Inclusive of children
with disabilities and
other special needs
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What’s first???
• Guiding Principles
• Environments and
Materials
• Summary of the
Strands and
Substrands
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Vignettes
• Each chapter has
numerous vignettes to
illustrate typical
classroom scenarios
• Vignettes are in
italicized typestyle
and are identified in
the column to the left
with the word
VIGNETTE in bold.
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End of Each Domain
• Bringing it All
Together
• Engaging Families
• Questions for
Reflection
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Finally…
Each chapter ends
with:
• Teacher Resources
• References
• Endnotes
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All teachers…
Must use the results of assessments of
children’s progress and teaching practices to
support each child’s learning and
development.
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Final Tips For Success
• The more familiar you are with the
measures the easier it becomes (mini
measures)
• Be kind to yourself…it takes time to learn
something new
• Use a date stamp – let children date their
work
• Bring others into the process
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DRDP Resources
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Check out the Desired Results
www.desiredresults.us
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Resources
Tools
Forms
Samples
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DRDP Portfolio iPad App
• Go to iTunes Store
• Search DRDP app
• Download version
for iPad
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DRDP Portfolio iPad App
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Desired Results Online
Tutorials
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Support Materials for
Implementation of DRDP
Getting to Know You Through
Observation VHS/ DVD, Training and
Guided Practice on Observation Skills
Getting to Know You Through
Observation Trainer’s Guide and
Workbook, 12 training activities.
www.desiredresults.us
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CPIN Preschool Online
Online courses are offered through
California State University Channel Islands
http://www.cpin.us/preschoolonline
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KWL
Write one or two things you learned today.
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Q and A
Complete Training Evaluation
Form
Please take a few minutes to complete
the Training Evaluation Form.
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Contact Information
Desired Results Training & Technical
Assistance Project
333 North Lantana Street, Suite #277
Camarillo, CA 93010
800-770-6339
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Final DRDP Jeopardy
The process of looking over collected
observations and children’s
demonstrated skills and knowledge to
determine which developmental level the
child has mastered is…
Final DRDP Jeopardy
What is…
Review and reflect
Thank you for your participation!
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