Creating Dialogue

 

Response to Intervention Dialogue Guides: Foundational

The materials are based on the information in the online module developed by the IRIS Center at Vanderbilt University. View the full module.
Dialogue guides are written for general audiences that includes many different stakeholders. Listed alphabetically under each guide, you will also find specific dialogue starters for local administrators, family, practitioners (teachers and related service providers), policymakers, and higher education. Use the documents above to create your customized set of materials to ground your dialogue around the implementation of IDEA 2004.

Before you begin, review the Facilitator's Handbook, then choose the topic and the appropriate dialogue guide starters for your audience.