AIM Coaching (OSEP)

What is AIM COACHING (OSEP)?

The three primary goals of the AIM Coaching grant that is funded through the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) are to: 1) gain a better understanding of how to implement and sustain school-wide models that encourage instruction in evidence-based vocabulary and comprehension practices across Tier 1 English language arts, social studies, and science classes and in Tiers 2-3 reading intervention and special education classes; 2) increase knowledge about the implementation, efficacy, and sustainability of AIM Coaching when it is implemented under routine conditions; and 3) increase availability of evidence-based technical assistance on PD, coaching, and school-wide adolescent literacy models. See the Adolescent Literacy & Professional Development Lab page for more information.

Time Frame: 2020-2024

Principal Investigator: Dr. Jade Wexler, Associate Professor of Special Education and Co-Director of the Language and Literacy Research Center

Co-Principal Investigator: Dr. Colleen Reutebuch, Director of Reading Institute at The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

Project Manager: Dr. Alexandra Shelton, Faculty Specialist of Special Education