Topic Progress:

UNPACKING EVALUATING CICO PROGRAM OUTCOMES


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

Read the transcript of the video here.

Handouts

Word1. Daily Progress Report Review

Word 2. Check-In Check-Out Observation Checklist

Word 3. CICO Intervention Development Checklist

Word 4. Teacher CICO Social Validity Survey

Word 5. Intervention Acceptability Rating Form

Word 6. Student Participant Interview

Word 7. Intervention Essential Features

Word 8. Intervention Essential Features Scoring Rubric

pdf-icon 9. CICO Intervention Essential Features Example

Word 10. Intervention Outcomes


TOPIC IN ACTION


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Pause & Reflect #1

Examine the Daily Progress Report Review and Check-In, Check-Out Observation Checklist handouts.

  • Will these be helpful to your team?
  • How and when will your team check fidelity of CICO implementation?
  • Who will be responsible for checking fidelity of implementation?

Refer to the “Evaluate Program Outcomes” section of the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to determine your next steps in planning for CICO fidelity of implementation.

Pause & Reflect #2

Review these social validity instruments:

  • Teacher CICO Social Validity Survey
  • Intervention Acceptability Rating Form
  • Student Participant Interview
    • Will you use one of them or make your own?
    • How will you ensure that you receive feedback from staff, students, and families?
  • When will you assess social validity?
  • Who will be responsible for administering the social validity instrument?
  • How will results be organized and shared?

Refer to the “Evaluate Program Outcomes” section of the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to determine your next steps in planning for CICO social validity.

For additional information about monitoring social validity, reference the Monitoring Social Validity of Interventions lesson in the Selecting Function-Based Interventions, Monitoring Student Progress, and Interpreting Data to Make Decisions course.

Pause & Reflect #3

  • What data will your team collect to determine the overall impact of CICO?
  • When will you collect it?
  • Who will collect it?
  • How will the data be used and reported to the entire staff?

Refer to the “Evaluate Program Outcomes” section of the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to determine your next steps in planning for the collection of Intervention Outcomes.

Pause & Reflect #4

Review the Intervention Essential Features, Intervention Essential Features Rubric, and the CICO Intervention Essential Features Example documents and make plans for how your Tier 2 team will complete the IEF for your setting.

For additional information about the Intervention Essential Features, reference the Intervention Essential Features lesson in the Selecting Function-Based Interventions, Monitoring Student Progress, and Interpreting Data to Make Decisions course.

Refer to the “Evaluate Program Outcomes” section of the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist to determine your next steps in completing your CICO Intervention Essential Features document.


TOPIC IN PRACTICE


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There is one scenario embedded in this lesson. The scenario describes a team checking fidelity of implementation for a student demonstrating a poor response to CICO.

After examining the data on Pat’s Daily Progress Review, pause the video and discuss with your team what could be done to increase fidelity of implementation for Pat. When you are ready, resume the video and compare your ideas with those of Pat’s team.