Module 1: Embedded Interventions

Learning Objectives

  • Explain what is meant by embedded interventions to promote participation in inclusive settings.
  • Use a decision-making process to help a child participate more fully in an inclusive setting through embedded interventions.

Module Dashboard

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In Step 1 you will hear and read about two perspectives on a practice dilemma. The dilemma is about a child’s participation in an inclusive setting viewed through the eyes of both the teacher and the family.

In Step 2 you will turn the dilemma about Luke’s participation into an answerable question to help guide the search for general evidence on a particular practice.

In Step 3 you will consider key sources of general evidence about embedded interventions.
First you will read a definition and see some examples of embedded interventions.  Then you will learn about research, policies, professional guidelines and experience-based knowledge related to embedded interventions.

In Step 4 you will integrate sources of general evidence with different perspectives, and contexts unique to the dilemma in Step 1 to make an informed decision.

In Step 5 you will consider ways to evaluate the plan for promoting Luke’s participation that resulted from the decision-making process.