Topic Progress:

UNPACKING CICO FOR PROGRAM DESIGN


Course: Check-In, Check-Out (CICO) Lesson: CICO Program Design from Missouri SW-PBS on Vimeo.

Read the video transcript here.

Handouts

Word 1.Coordinator and Facilitator Responsibilities

Word 2.Implementation Script – Facilitator

Word 3.Facilitator Tips for Providing Feedback

Word 4.CICO Intervention Development Checklist


TOPIC IN ACTION


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Pause & Reflect #1

Consider how the Coordinator and Facilitator Responsibilities, Implementation Script – Facilitator and Facilitator Tips for Providing Feedback documents will be helpful as you select and train your Coordinator and facilitators.

As you progress through the CICO lessons, you will be referred to the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist. This document identifies the skills and products that are essential for CICO intervention development. It is organized by component; each component is a topic for a CICO lesson. Your team should use this document as a roadmap of what should be in place for maximizing the positive impact of CICO. You will mark items in the “Completed” column as final decisions are made.

Refer to the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to plan your next steps in order to complete Program Design items 1, 2, and 3.

Pause & Reflect #2

Refer to the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to plan your next steps in order to complete Program Design items 4, 5, and 6.


TOPIC IN PRACTICE


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Morning Check-In

This video demonstrates how morning check-in might look for a student checking-in with her facilitator.

After watching the video, discuss with your team:

  • What occurred to get this student’s day off to a positive start?

Afternoon Check-Out

This video demonstrates how afternoon check-out might look for the same student checking-out with her facilitator.

After watching the video, discuss with your team:

  • What did the facilitator do to review the day with the student?
  • How was data collected?
  • Was there a parent component to take home?