Technical Assistance Projects

Technical Assistance Implementation Projects at Diagnostic Center North Logo

Technical Assistance Implementation Projects are individually designed to meet specific LEA or SELPA needs. Projects are designed to provide in-depth content training and multiple levels of follow-up support including hands-on coaching and technical assistance with on-site collaboration. These projects include multiple service days that may be interspersed over a period of weeks, months or several years to ensure sustainability and scaling up.

General Requirements:

  • Evidence of administrative support for the project must be provided
  • Participants must be part of district, SELPA or County Office of Education team
  • All participants must commit to fully participate in the training project and agree to "homework" and attempting recommendations/strategies between sessions

How to request:

Due to our time commitments, projects are available on a limited basis. If you have an idea or a need for a technical assistance implementation project and would like to start something this year, please contact the Diagnostic Center Director, Gloria Mau at 510-794-2500; Depending on your request, we may be able to initiate a project this school year.

Possible project topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Students with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Best Practices for Secondary Transitions
  • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and Special Education
  • Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom