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Title: Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention TACSEI


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Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional
Intervention (TACSEI)
2
TACSEI is funded by
  • Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
  • United States Department of Education

3
TACSEI builds upon the work of
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TACSEI Management Team
Lise Fox
Glen Dunlap
  • Co-Principal Investigators
  • University of South Florida

5
TACSEI Management Team
Barbara J. Smith
Phil Strain
  • Co-Principal Investigators
  • University of Colorado Denver

6
TACSEI Center Faculty
Judith Carta University of Kansas Jill
Giacomini University of Colorado Denver Diane
Powell University of South Florida
  • Karen Blase
  • National Implementation
  • Research Network
  • Mary Louise Hemmeter
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Roxane Kaufmann
  • Georgetown University

7
TACSEI Focus
  • Unified message
  • Collaboration
  • Models of effective practice
  • Support states

8
TACSEI Mission
  • To identify, disseminate and promote the
    implementation of evidence-based practices in
    order to improve the social, emotional, and
    behavioral functioning of young children with or
    at risk for delays or disabilities.

9
Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 1
  • Technical Assistance efforts must be deliverable
    and effective for diverse populations

10
Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 2
  • Technical Assistance outcomes must be valued by
    families as well as the broader community

11
Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 3
  • Practices endorsed must be affordable, feasible,
    and acceptable to diverse stakeholders

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Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 4
  • Families and program personnel are vital partners
    in the design, implementation, and evaluation of
    the work of the Center

13
Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 5
  • Practices must be based on best available
    evidence and must be replicated across sites and
    states

14
Six Key Beliefs
  • Belief 6
  • Practices must be designed primarily to enhance
    competencies, rather than remediate problems

15
The Pyramid Model Promoting Social and
Emotional Competence
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TACSEI TA Syntheses of Research on
Evidence-based Practices (EBP)
  • Multiple Topics
  • Summaries of syntheses will be prepared for
    dissemination to multiple audiences in a variety
    of formats

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TACSEI TA Providing Evidence-Based Models
  • Implementation and evaluation of the use of the
    Pyramid Model with children with or at risk for
    delays or disabilities
  • Analysis of implementation and sustainability
    factors
  • Implementation guidance
  • Support for selected states in the
    implementation, sustainability, and scale-up of
    models

18
Intensive TA to States
  • In years 2010-2012, six states will be selected
    through an application process based on
    readiness criteria

19
Technical Assistance Model
  • Universal Outreach
  • Targeted TA
  • Intensive TA

20
Web-based Technical Assistance
  • Resources
  • Communities of Practice
  • Interactive opportunities
  • State Technical Assistance pages

21
Consultant Bank
  • Bank of consultants organized by expertise
  • Web-based process of matching request to
    consultant
  • Accountability procedures

22
TACSEI Partnerships
  • Goal of Partnerships
  • To collaborate with national organizations to
    extend the reach and impact of TACSEI

23
Primary Partners
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Associate Partners
  • Parent groups
  • Disability groups
  • Cultural/racial diversity groups
  • Professional organizations (e.g., mental health,
    medicine, education)
  • Training and Technical Assistance Networks
  • State/regional agencies and organizations

25
National Training Institute
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Bottom Line
  • TACSEI is here to provide you with the
    information, resources, and supports that you
    need to ensure that young children with or
    at-risk for delays or disabilities will achieve
    social, emotional and behavioral competence

27
Contact TACSEI
Mailing Address University of South Florida
Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health
Institute Department of Child Family
Studies 13301 N. Bruce. B. Downs Blvd,
MHC2-1134 Tampa, FL 33612-3807 Phone (813)
974-9803
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