Finding Interventions and Resources for Students and Teachers (IL:FIRST v1.0- 1 yr Subscription)
2. Auflage Oktober 2021
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The Intervention Library: Finding Interventions and Resources for Students and Teachers (IL:FIRST®) is an essential tool for finding interventions that meet the individual educational and learning needs of students and clients.
The library is a compilation of over 1000 entries that are uniquely organized into six types, including Instructional, Environmental, Curricular, Remediation Programs, Skill-Building Techniques, and Compensatory Strategies and Supports. These six intervention categories are available for 10 cognitive and 8 academic areas and filters allow users to narrow their search by grade, delivery method, and cost factor.
* Provides practical and evidence-based pre-referral recommendations
* Includes remediation programs and/or techniques across all areas
* Includes links to websites and tools that assist with implementation of interventions
* Connects students with environmental resources and curricular materials
* Provides recommendations that empower students to build skills
* Includes interventions that encourage independent use of strategies
* Provides valuable information to school personnel working within an RTI or MTSS framework.
* Assists teachers with differentiating and tailoring lessons for in-person, remote, or hybrid instruction
* Helps teams individualize IEPs, 504s, and other educational plans for in-person, remote, or hybrid instruction
* Supports Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines
* Includes interventions reviewed by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) and all academic content areas were reviewed by leading experts in the field
"Educators frequently need to tailor interventions to the unique learning styles of their students. The Intervention Library provides easy access to interventions and strategies to utilize with individual or groups of students. The IL: FIRST saves practitioners countless hours that would have been spent researching programs and techniques by providing the information in an easy to navigate program. The IL: FIRST is an extremely valuable tool for educators, interventionists, and school psychologists."
--Christina Hanel, Psy.D., Lead School Psychologist, Washington Elementary School District, Phoenix, AZ
"The Intervention Library is like a One-Stop shop for finding interventions and resources to help individuals with academic and other learning difficulties. For the first time, after having tested a person, a clinician can easily establish goals and gather materials to meet the specific needs identified. What a tool for clinicians, evaluators, educators, and teachers! Wish I had this when I was teaching supervision and diagnostics. It is a marvelous tool.... It is truly a gift and a wonderful contribution to the field."
--Donna Geffner, Ph.D., Ed.D. (Hon.), CCC-SP/A, Past President of ASHA and ASHA Fellow and Honors
"The Intervention Library is a game-changer. In my public school and private practice work, the suggestions from the Intervention Library add research-based suggestions for the parents, school, and the student. It is great to have one place to search for ideas, strategies, and interventions for students who are struggling. I will be using this at the pre-referral as well as post-assessment levels."
--Jenny L. Ponzuric, Licensed Educational Psychologist
Jennifer T. Mascolo, PsyD, NCSP, is an adjunct professor and Training Coordinator at St. John's University in NY and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist in New York and New Jersey.
Dr. Samuel O. Ortiz is a professor of psychology at St. John's University in Queens, NY. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California and a credential in school psychology with postdoctoral training in bilingual school psychology from San Diego State University.
Dr. Vincent C. Alfonso is professor in and former dean of the School of Education at Gonzaga University. Recently, he served as interim dean of the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University. He is past president of Division 16 (school psychology) of the American Psychological Association (APA), fellow of Divisions 5, 16, and 43 of the APA, and a certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist.