There is a big difference! Our company implements CLM programming. Here is a graphic that helps explain the difference.
We implement CLM programming, not TUCCi programming just like the other implementations around the world.
Did you know that Tucci Learning Solutions and the CLM can be found in a variety of places in social media?
You can follow us on:
Twitter (CLM with some information for local CLMers)
Tumblr (Tucci Learning Solutions)
Pinterest (All kind of information about the CLM, TUCCi and Early Start)
Instagram (in progress)
Check out these other great online resources:
eLearning Store (Tucci Learning Solutions)
Got something great to share about your experience(s) with TUCCi and the CLM? Please email Rocio ([email protected]) to share the good news through social media.
Thanks, everyone. Hope to see you online!
Director of Staff Development | CLM Certified Coach
If you are interested in viewing the possible outcomes of CLM Programming, watch the video, Case Studies.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education produced the following video to document the effects of the CLM. An observer is provided with an opportunity to view how 8 naive learners acquire the competencies to perform successfully in their learning environments (school, home, and community) over the course of a year. Each Case Study illustrates the benefits to each learner and his/her instructors who are implementing the CLM. Parents, Teachers, Para-professionals, and Administrators talk about how the CLM has positively impacted their learners and their learning environments.
Coach and Administrator Pre-Conference Institute Keynote: Protecting and Sustaining CLM Implementation—Why Evidence is Not Enough: Lessons Learned from Direct Instruction, Dr. Cathy Watkins.
Day 1: CLM Inspired Implementation Innovations: What’s New & What’s Next – CLM ICE credential, CLM Coaching Process and Certification, CLM Licensing, CLM Certificate Programs, CLM Training Labs, CLMMIS, Fluency FlashCards, Teaching Machine
Dr. Cathy Scutta, Vicci Tucci.
Day 2 Keynote: Innovations in Learning: Moving Towards Personalization, Dr. Janet Twyman.
If Carl Binder says it is a great book, you should purchase it!
Dr. Carl Binder, CEO of The Performance Thinking Network, has partnered with Carol Harless and the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies to re-publish a groundbreaking book, The Eden Conspiracy: Educating for Accomplishment Citizenship, by Dr. Joe Harless, one of Carl’s most important mentors.
“The Competent Learner Model: The Merging of Applied Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction, and Precision Teaching”
Shonnet Brand, BCBA and Certified CLM Coach and Coordinator, made me a very happy “camper” this morning. She shared with me that a student she is supervising at Nova Southeastern University first assigned reading this semester is, “The Competent Learner Model: The Merging of Applied Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction, and Precision Teaching”. Her course is being taught by David Nevel.
Please join me in congratulating, the first university-based Cohort to complete the CLM Coordinator Certificate Program.
These ladies completed a 12 credit program designed to support competencies in managing large scale CLM Implementations. These ladies stuck together for almost three years, across multiple time zones, their own work and personal pressures, and a pause in their coursework due to my unexpected stroke. They committed to learning and growing together, showed genuine vulnerability in their bravery to push themselves and each other outside of their comfort zones and expand their understanding of the importance of this work to assure that learners from around the globe will experience the benefits of the CLM program.
Any Behavior Analysts and Direct Instruction Professionals, who is interested in Early Childhood Education, should visit the West Virgina University Nursery School in Morgantown, W.VA. Anonymous donors just donated a $1,000,000 to support this nursery school. Please click the link below to read the article.
Dear Vicci and Nipa,
Please see the link below for our symposium that was held on November 19, 2016. At this symposium, the CLM Re-Accreditation Certificate was presented to Sheikh Nahyan who is the president of the Future Rehabilitation Centre in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
All the best and thank you both for being with us.
Regards, Dr. Mowfaq Mustafa (Director)
Maribel Castillo has been taking the time to Coach TUCCi’s BCBAs in the CLM Units since she started working with us a few months ago. Everyone seems to be real pleased with what she has learned about CLM and how it will benefit them to serve their learners
Nipa Bhuptani was her coach in AbuDhabi and did a wonderful job getting her prepared to become a certified CLM Coach.
Maribel continued her studies to become a BCBA. I have included her supportive notes related to aspects of the CLM Unit 2 and other ABA matters. My hope is that you will benefit from her knowledge about being a coach.
Click the image and it will zoom. Once it is zoomed, you can drag it to your desktop as a JPEG.
Below is an image of the Big Ideas of the CLM. If you are interested in learning more about it, please contact me at [email protected]
YES WE DID IT!!!! THE KEYS OF OUR NEW EISA CLM ITALY’S OFFICE GIVEN BY THE MAYOR OF PALERMO MR. ORLANDO, GRAZIE MILLE!!!
So excited for my CLM Colleagues in Palermo…
“The CLM Parents in Palermo, Sicily continue to be supported by their government officials to implement the Competent Learner Model. Khaty Costumati is one of those parents. She is the Regional Associate for Tucci Learning Solutions and a Certified CLM Coach. She along with other parents continue to seek this support! Much Respect and Appreciation, Vicci Tucci”.
This memoir is about a family’s journey from the dark side of despair…to the bright side of the sun. Mommy…Move The Sun is about overcoming struggles that range from terrifying to humorous, as they raised their severely disabled daughter, while learning many life lessons along the way. This was written with tears, laughter, and true stubborn grit.
This unique and compelling story can offer hope for other families experiencing the challenges of raising a disabled child.
“The most noble thing you can hope for is that your unborn child dies, and the sooner the better! Pretend you are not pregnant…drink if you want…“Dis-associate yourself with the fetus inside of you. She won’t make it”…smoke if you want, and quit taking prenatal vitamins,” the Dr. said.
The doctors were right about one thing. Nikki does have Tuberous Sclerosis, a rare disease. However, she has so much more! Now at 28 years old, she is our life teacher. She has taught us not to let anyone take hope away, and to never to give up.
The author, mother Jeanine Gould, seeks to provide her severely disabled daughter Nikki, whose name means “God’s angel”, with the individualized care that she needs to lead a safe and happy life. Nourished by her family’s love and support, Nikki survives well beyond doctors’ dismal expectations, but as she grows up her family faces many challenges… from her changing needs to a sometimes callous and disrespectful medical system, a broken insurance system, to a very limited educational system. At times, Jeanine marvels at her daughter’s profound uniqueness, her humor, and uncomplicated love, and at times it seems that raising her will always be a series of dramatic battles for survival. Through trials and triumphs, Jeanie achieves many of her goals for Nikki through vigilant involvement in her life and through creative problem solving.
Thus, the family motto… “We don’t do normal!”
You can now purchase this book from our eLearning Store under the Product category. You will need to register first to be able to purchase the book. URL:http://elearningstoreinc.com
Please also join us to The Author’s First Book Launch Celebration Reception which is being held on Thursday, March 26th in Pacific Grove at The Book Works on Lighthouse Ave. from 4:30-6:30pm.
You can get your book signed at this celebration!
For Children with Special Needs Birth through 36 months
Learning through Doing
Caring & Knowledgeable Professionals
Services for PARENTS and CHILDREN
- Individualized, direct one to one services.
- Parent/Caregiver training that meets the needs of the child.
- Development of skills that are necessary for the child’s success in school and later in life.
Parent and/or Caregiver training programs are individually designed to address the specific needs of the infant or toddler. These needs are identified through parent surveys and interviews paired with assessments completed by the professional members of the team.
Parents or caregivers are an essential part of the Early Start Program team and have an active role in developing their child’s individual learning, behavior or therapy plans.
Parents or caregivers are assured that they will be able to use the relevant techniques and strategies determined to be effective for their child.
EARLY START TEAM PROFESSIONALS
Licensed & Certified:
Early Childhood Specialists
Board Certified Behavior Analysts
Licensed Marriage& Family Therapists
These specialists along with parents evaluate the child’s functioning level in five developmental areas:
- Physical development
- Social/Emotional development
In addition to their formal training, all Early Start team members provided through TUCCI Learning Solutions, have received training in behavior analysis. Behavior analysis is the basis for designing and implementing effective learning, behavior and therapy plans.
REFERRAL for SERVICES
Children may be referred by their family physicians, pediatricians, parents, public health nurses, the child’s local school district, or other agencies, such as the San Andreas Regional Center or community service groups.
LOCATION of SERVICES
All services are provided within a child’s natural environment such as the home, neighborhood park, playground, or community pre-school setting.
- Tucci Learning Solutions Inc., is vendorized through the San Andreas Regional Center
- Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc., is an in-network Provider for most majosr Insurance companies
- Private Pay (e.g., Parents)
TUCCI LEARNING SOLUTIONS, INC.
Watsonville, CA 95076
Office: (831) 786-0600
Fax: (831) 786-0644
Email: [email protected]
Dear Friends, Colleagues, and Family Members, Dr. Kent Johnson and Vicci Tucci have just about finished developing an online application that will make it so much easier for everyone to learn the content of any field of study. They have recently submitted their project to Kickstarter and are waiting for approval. Once they accept their Fluency FlashCards project they can solicit support from everyone to raise the funds to bring it to market. Please watch the video to view aspects of the application. We will post a comment and the URL for Kickstarter once the project is accepted.
The Competent Learner Model (CLM) is a multi-component, research validated, instructional package containing solutions for solving the major problems faced by educators and parents of children with autism and other significant learning challenges.
We know that educators and parents struggle with making important, meaningful progress with the increasing numbers of learners who have autism and other significant learning challenges…sometimes they don’t know where or how to begin.
We know that multidisciplinary professionals working to achieve results for learners with autism and other significant learning challenges often do not work together….they may have competing goals and use instructional methodologies that contradict each other’s work.
We know that even if teams learn how to implement evidence validated instructional practices, sustaining those practices is often problematic.
The CLM implementation tools provide the replicable steps needed to learn, utilize, extend and innovate with research validated instructional practices.
The CLM Solutions
The CLM Learner Assessments provide the tool needed for Teams to quickly understand the learners’ strengths and challenges and formulate an intervention plan.
The CLM Curriculum provides a tool of carefully organized scope and sequence of skills. This curriculum provides the tool needed for Teams to know what to teach and how to teach it.
The CLM Staff Training and coaching components provide tools needed for teams to speak a common language, agree on a basic methodology and work collaboratively together to achieve important meaningful progress for learners.
Why Act Now
Not only is it our job to educate learners with autism and other significant learning challenges, it is the moral imperative of our time to provide research validated instructional practices that will have the most momentous impact on their lives…every learner has the civil right to be taught skills that will have great utility throughout their lives.
The CLM is the only multi-component package that has the solutions you need to achieve important and meaningful progress for all learners..
What’s Needed to Implement CLM
- A Team that wants to learn research validated instructional practices.
- Administrative and parental leadership supporting collaboration and change.
- A certified CLM Coach.
CLM Implementation Tools
The CLM Implementation tools provide the replicable steps needed to learn, utilize, extend, and innovate with research validated instructional practices.
Course of Study for Instructors
Curriculum for Learners
- Vendorized through San Andreas Regional Center
- TUCCi is an in-network provider for most major insurers
- School districts/programs in California (i.e., Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara, and Los Angeles counties), Paris, and across Pennsylvania, and Virginia
- Private pay
Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc. 6 Hangar Way, Suite A Watsonville, CA 95076 (831) 786-0600 www.tuccionline.com www.competentlearnermodel.com [email protected]
“The Competent Learner Model, which came to the school in January 2012, helps students with cognitive, physical, developmental and medical disabilities develop skills that not only foster academic success, but also success in daily life.”
Kim Walter (VA Reporter) 2013
WVU and CLM have come together to produce the poster titled, “The Impact of the Competent Learner Model on the GARS, Vineland, and PLS Outcomes for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” being presented at the upcoming AUCD Conference December 2-5 in Washington D.C.
Kudos to Dr. Dan Hursh at WVU for taking the lead on getting CLM Research conducted in addition to all the articles and presentations has has contributed to over the years. It is much appreciated that students at WVU are so involved in carrying out the research projects as well as re-developing CLM Products for General Education Learners. My hats is off to you!
Special thanks to Dana Cihelkova for thinking of submitting this valuable research to AUCD plus all the work that she did in analyzing the data from Vista School in PA. Also, a very special “shout out” to the Vista Director, Kirsten Yurich, who made all of these significant results come about under her leadership as well as her staff members who did all the hard work. Also, I want to recognize Cathy Scutta who has been the supervising Certified CLM Coach at The Vista School for many, many years. Thanks to all of you!