Contextually Mediated Intervention Practices Project

The major goal of this Project was to promote early childhood intervention practitioners’ adoption and use of an approach to intervention that used everyday family and community activities as sources of naturally occurring learning opportunities for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with identified disabilities or developmental delays. The project was funded, in part, by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (H324R010055).

 

Publications

Wilson, L. L., Mott, D. W., & Batman, D. (2004). The Asset-Based Context Matrix: A tool for assessing children's learning opportunities and participation in natural environments. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 24, 110-120.

Roper, N., & Dunst, C. J. (2003). Communication intervention in natural learning environments: Guidelines for practice. Infants and Young Children, 16(3), 215-226. Retrieved from http://journals.lww.com/iycjournal/pages/default.aspx.

 

Web-Based Publications

Dunst, C. J. (2006). Parent-mediated everyday child learning opportunities: I. Foundations and operationalization. CASEinPoint, 2(2), 1-10. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no2.pdf.

Dunst, C. J., & Swanson, J. (2006). Parent-mediated everyday child learning opportunities: II. Methods and procedures. CASEinPoint, 2(11), 1-19. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no11.pdf.

Mott, D. W., & Wilson, L. L. (2006). Further evidence for the validity of the asset-based context matrix. CASEinPoint, 2(4), 1-6. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no4.pdf.

Roper, N., & Gurley, C. (2006). Activity setting influences on the early language production of a child with a cleft lip and palate. CASEinPoint, 2(1), 1-5. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no1.pdf.

Swanson, J., Roper, N., Raab, M., & Dunst, C. J. (2006). Practitioner judgments of the usefulness of contextually mediated practices training activities. CASEinPoint, 2(9), 1-7. Available at http://fipp.org/static/media/uploads/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no9.pdf.

Wilson, L. L., Holbert, K., & Sexton, S. (2006). A capacity-building approach to parenting education. CASEinPoint, 2(7), 1-9. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol2_no7.pdf.

Wilson, L. L., & Mott, D. W. (2006). Asset-Based Context Matrix: An assessment tool for developing contextually-based child outcomes. CASEtools, 2(4), 1-12. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casetools/casetools_vol2_no4.pdf.

Roper, N., Iauch, L., & Gurley, C. (2005). Language learning in children exhibiting characteristics of apraxia using contextually mediated practices. CASEinPoint, 1(3), 1-5. Available at http://fipp.org/static/media/uploads/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol1_no3.pdf.

Raab, M. (2005). Interest-based child participation in everyday learning activities. CASEinPoint, 1(2), 1-5. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol1_no2.pdf.

Wilson, L. L. (2005). Characteristics and consequences of capacity-building parenting supports. CASEmakers, 1(4), 1-3. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casemakers/casemakers_vol1_no4.pdf.

Wilson, L. L., & Mott, D. W. (2005). Validity of the asset-based context matrix. CASEinPoint, 1(4), 1-4. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/caseinpoint/caseinpoint_vol1_no4.pdf.

Shue, P. L. (2005). Sources of information about early literacy development. CASEmakers, 1(3), 1-4. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casemakers/casemakers_vol1_no3.pdf.

Raab, M. (2005). Characteristics and consequences of everyday child learning opportunities. CASEmakers, 1(2), 1-4. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casemakers/casemakers_vol1_no2.pdf.

 

Web-Based Practice Guides

Raab, M., & Dunst, C. J. (2006). Checklists for promoting parent-mediated everyday child learning opportunities. CASEtools, 2(1), 1-9. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casetools/casetools_vol2_no1.pdf.

Raab, M., Swanson, J., Roper, N., & Dunst, C. J. (2006). Promoting parent and practitioner identification of interest-based everyday child learning opportunities. CASEtools, 2(6), 1-19.

Swanson, J., Raab, M., Roper, N., & Dunst, C. J. (2006). Promoting young children's participation in interest-based everyday learning activities. CASEtools, 2(5), 1-22. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casetools/casetools_vol2_no5.pdf.

Wilson, L. L., & Mott, D. W. (2006). Asset-Based Context Matrix: An assessment tool for developing contextually-based child outcomes. CASEtools, 2(4), 1-12. Available at http://www.fippcase.org/casetools/casetools_vol2_no4.pdf.

 

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