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    Declutter Your MTSS Data: Too Much of a Good Thing [Workshop]

    Tuesday, April 11, 2023
    1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
    1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 10 AM PT

    Do you feel like you’re swimming in MTSS data? Too many tracking sheets and assessment scores cluttering up your desk and your brain?

    The ticket to de-cluttered MTSS data is collecting and analyzing the right data at the right time. Join this 75-minute interactive workshop to deepen your understanding of the “what” and the “when” around the use of data for academic and behavior support plans. Participants will: 

    1. Understand how to effectively select the appropriate data to collect when engaging in the Decision-Making Cycle.
    2. Learn best practices around when to engage in data-driven conversations and reflection. 
    3. Reflect on your data processes with other participants and brainstorm ways to refine them.

    Come prepared with:

    1. One or two students in mind who have an academic or behavior intervention plan or may need an intervention plan. 
    2. An assessment utilized at your district to analyze and discuss. 

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    ➡️ NOTE: This webinar is part of our April series, "Seize the [MTSS] Data!" Click here to learn more and register for the 3-part series.


    About the presenters:

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    Tiffany Eudy

    Tiffany Eudy is an educator, advocate, and mom. She is a Junior Account Executive at Branching Minds and the lead Navigator for In Bloom Advocacy LLC. She is also an NC licensed Special Education teacher and school administrator. In addition, she is a proud UNC Charlotte Alumni; Go Niners! She is passionate about providing equitable resources to students with special needs, and supporting education teachers and families on how to advocate for those individualized accommodations.

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    Lisa Fik

    Lisa Fik is a Consultant with Branching Minds with 13+ years as an educator at the middle school level. With experience in large public schools, a small public charter school, and an international school in Shanghai, China, Lisa has supported an array of diverse learners. As an instructional coach, she has supported teachers in math for grades 5-8, Algebra 1, and Geometry. As a classroom teacher, she has taught grades 6th-8th and Algebra 1. As an instructional coach, she built an MTSS program from the ground up supporting sixth graders in math. In addition, Lisa has supported site, district, and network professional development to support the mission and vision of network goals. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science from Illinois State University in middle level education (specializing in math and English), a Master of Science from National University in Applied School Leadership, and a preliminary administrative credential.

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    Christina Solinger

    Christina Solinger is an Educational Consultant for Branching Minds. Specializing in student Mental Health and Social Emotional Learning, Christina holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and a K-12 School Counseling License. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Psychology, Christina has over 10 years of experience training and coaching others to work with students and families in both the public school system and non-profit sector. Christina is passionate about working alongside educators to repair equity gaps in the public school system through the power of data, joy, and courageous reflection.