This guide offers helpful suggestions for successfully completing the online courses in DR Access Learn.
Courses and Tutorials
Beginning in August 2018, the California Department of Education, Special Education Division instituted required DRDP training for all early childhood special educators who assess children with the DRDP. Special educators must complete the online course, “Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education” which includes a Demonstration of Rating Skills.
- Create an account and access courses at DRAccessLearn.org
- Once the first course is completed, all DRDP assessors must complete subsequent training and refresher courses.
- SELPAs are responsible for ensuring that all staff who administer the DRDP (2015) complete training.
- Staff who have not yet completed training must still assess eligible children with the DRDP. More information about the assessment requirements for the DRDP are available in Appendix A of the DRDP (2015) Preschool Fundamental View Manual.
DR Access Learn
Simple tips for successfully completing the online course, Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education in DRAccessLearn.org.
Suggestions for administrators in following up with assessors who did not successfully complete DRAccessLearn Course 1, Using the DRDP (2015) for Special Education, to assist assessors in using the DRDP (2015) with fidelity.
Learn about adaptations for preschool children with IEPs (Individualized Education Programs) by meeting our friend Augie and his teacher, Ms. Keisha. You will see examples of adaptations used in distance learning and you can download guidance and a worksheet to help you and your team plan adaptations for your students.
For more information
If you are a general education preschool teacher, Early Head Start, or Head Start teacher, please visit the Desired Results for Children and Families website, for information about training to use the DRDP (2015):