State Update Minnesota State Network Meeting Spring 2011

Report
MN State Network Meeting
State Updates
Spring 2014
Tami Childs
MN Low Incidence Project
Joyce Santo
Minnesota Department of Education
2013-2014 Areas of Focus in MN
(Tami)
(Joyce: sub)
MN Low Incidence Project
State Specialist
Metro ECSU
Minnesota Department of Education
Symposium Planning
Collaborate with Regional Low Incidence Facilitators
MN State Network
PBIS Facilitator
Year 5 EBP Initiative
ASD Teacher License:
MN Professional Learning Modules
transition process
Building EBP Capacity across MN
licensure programs
Today’s Agenda
9:00
Check in, Regional Highlights, Breakfast, & Coffee
9:30
Welcome and Icebreaker– Region 11 Hosts
10:00
State Update– Tami Childs & Joyce Santo
10:30
Kari Dunn-Baron
Oh The Thinks You Can Think!
Using your creative brain to evaluate science and autism
12:00
Networking Lunch
1:00
Small Group Discussion/Activity
1:30
Coaching Webinar – Consultation, Coaching, and Collaboration
Dr. Gayl Bowser
3:30
EBP Year 5 Meeting
5:00 - 6:30 Network Dinner At TGIFridays!
Trends in ASD Child Count…
Minnesota Schools
2013-2014
Minnesota Child Count by Age
Autism Spectrum Disorder
December 1, 2013
1,500
1386
1,300
1310
1262
1242 1250
1204
1,100
1147
1139
ASD Child Count
1075
1034
900
905
904
700
685
563
500
469
300
304
291
258
100
-100
1
5
0
1
87
2
81
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Age
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Minnesota Child Count Ages 0-21
Autism Spectrum Disorders
December 1, 2004 to December 1, 2013
20,000
18,000
12.8%
ASD Child Count
% of Total Child Count
12.4%
16,000
12.0%
11.5%
11.0%
14,000
10.2%
12,000
9.2%
8.2%
10,000
7.3%
8,000
6.2%
16,602
15,967
15,378
14,646
13,879
12,707
11,314
9,930
8,691
7,304
6,000
4,000
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
School Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Minnesota Child Count Ages 0-21
Disability Distribution
December 1, 2013
Total Child Count = 129,646
Blind-Visually Impaired, 460,
0.4%
Traumatic Brain Injury, 454,
0.4%
Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
2,464, 1.9%
Speech or Language
Impairments, 21,030, 16.2%
Autism Spectrum Disorders,
16,602, 12.8%
Deaf-Blind, 70, 0.1%
Developmental Cognitive
Disabilities: Mild-Moderate,
5,795, 4.5%
Specific Learning Disabilities,
29,732, 22.9%
Developmental Delay, 15,348,
11.8%
Emotional or Behavioral
Disorders, 14,895, 11.5%
Other Health Disabilities,
17,693, 13.6%
erely Multiply Impaired,
1,418, 1.1%
Physically Impaired, 1,669, 1.3%
Developmental Cognitive
Disabilities: Severe-Profound,
2,016, 1.6%
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Blind-Visually Impaired
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Deaf-Blind
Developmental Cognitive Disabilities: Mild-Moderate
Developmental Cognitive Disabilities: Severe-Profound
Developmental Delay
Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Other Health Disabilities
Physically Impaired
Severely Multiply Impaired
Specific Learning Disabilities
Speech or Language Impairments
Traumatic Brain Injury
Most Recent Report from Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
•
Overall prevalence of ASDs in 8 yr olds: 1 in 68
•
1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls
•
Almost five times as many boys
•
Children were diagnosed at earlier ages (3-4 yrs)
•
Largest increases among Hispanic and Black children
but still underrepresented compared to Non-Hispanic
white children
•
Source:
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss6302
a1.htm
New: DSM 5
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Impairments across two domains:
1.
Social Communication
(this was 2 domains: social interaction and
communication in DSMIV)
2.
Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors
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Severity Level
(identified for
Both Domain 1
and Domain 2)
Level 3
"Requiring very substantial
support”
Level 2
"Requiring substantial support”
Level 1
"Requiring support”
DSM5 continued
Domain
Level 3:
very substantial
support needed
Level 2:
substantial support
needed
Level 1:
support needed
Social
Communication
Restricted &
Repetitive
Behaviors
Evidence Based Practices!
•
NPDC-ASD website has updated the EBPs!
•
Don’t forget about the AIM Modules (aligned with EBPs)
•
Introducing MN PLM Project on metroecsumoodle.com
 Current Module: Increasing Social Skills in Students
with Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Evidence Based
Practices.
 Upcoming Fall 2014 Module: Peer Mediated Intervention
•
Year 5 EBP Wrap up Meeting today, prepare for Year 6
EBP project
Minnesota Autism Symposium for Educators June 18-20,
2014
On the campus of the College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, MN
Peer Mediated Intervention: Creating Social Competence
Across the Life Span
How to get the NEW ASD
License
Traditional Path – go through an
ASD teacher license program at one
of seven approved universities
Transition Process Path –
currently hold a special education
teaching license and document your
training and experience in ASD and
apply for an ASD license
ASD Teacher License:
Traditional Path
State Approved Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Teacher Licensure programs at 7 Universities
University of MN - Twin Cities
MN State University, Mankato
MN State University, Moorhead
St. Cloud State University
Concordia University - St. Paul
Hamline University
Saint Mary's University
University of St. Thomas
Traditional Path:
Academic and Behavioral
Strategist (ABS) Teacher License
State Approved Special Education Teacher
University Licensure Programs at 10
Universities
University of MN - Duluth
University of MN - Twin Cities
MN State University, Mankato
MN State University, Moorhead
St. Cloud State University
Southwest MN State University
Augsburg College
Bethel University
University of St. Thomas
Walden University
More about the
Transition Process Path…
• You
must currently hold a
special education teaching
license
• Be
able to document training
and experience in ASD prior to
July 2012
• Provide
documentation and
rationale to meet all of the
standards
ASD Licenses as of April 2014
•
Total number of submitted eligibility
packets approved= 712
•
Total number of ASD Licenses issued
•
= 581
•
ASD licenses issued through the
“Eligibility Review” process = 550
•
ASD licenses issued through a teacher
preparation program= 31
ASD License Distribution by
age
•
34 are issued for the full Birth through
Grade 12 (age 21) scope
•
466 are issued for to Kindergarten
through Grade 12 (age 21)
•
50 are for to Birth through age 6 only
•
Time is running out!
Submission windows for the Eligibility Review document and
supporting materials through Spring 2015:
Submission deadline
Notification by
June 1, 2014
August 31, 2014
September 1, 2014
November 30, 2014
December 1, 2014
February 28, 2015
Final initial submission date March 1,
2015
Final resubmission date June 30, 2015
•
Helpful Hints
• Make
sure you have all the
documentation
• Make
sure you follow directions
• Make
sure the Page 11 clearly
describes how the event
COMPLETELY addresses the
standard you are using it for.
• More
is not better, Clear and Direct
are better.
Helpful Hints Continued
•
Technology (Standards B4 and C3) is a
new requirement for ALL teaching
licenses as of 2012. The focus of these
standards is on “knowledge of systems
to support the selection, acquisition
and use, and strategies to implement,
monitor and adjust the use of AT vs.
knowledge of devices.”
*See attachment for free on line training
available to meet these standards.
Everything you Need to Know
• Find
all materials needed on ASD licensure
transition process for current special education
teachers, the Eligibility Review forms, Catalog
materials, submission timelines and FAQ on
this page
http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/EdExc/
Licen/SpecEdLicen/index.html
 Direct questions to: [email protected]
THE END
• Thank
you for your
participation!
• Enjoy
your networking with
other ASD educators!

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