Tracking Intervention Dosage to Inform Instructional Decision Making
Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education
© Hammill Institute on Disabilities 2020. Intervention dosage is an often-overlooked aspect of implementation fidelity. Tracking intervention dosage is critical for ensuring students with disabilities were present for and received the intervention for as many minutes as intended. Used in tandem with student performance data, intervention dosage can provide a clearer picture of intervention success. This article presents strategies for how teachers can plan for, collect, and use intervention dosage data to inform instructional data-based decision making.
Intervention in School and Clinic
(2020). Tracking Intervention Dosage to Inform Instructional Decision Making. Intervention in School and Clinic.
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