In an effective and efficient MTSS practice, it’s important for schools and districts to reflect on the educational resources they have available and evaluate their use and impact.
Join Karl Rectanus co-founder & CEO of LearnPlatform, and Dr. Eva Dundas Chief Learning Officer at Branching Minds, to learn about the different components of evaluating educational resources used in MTSS.
This comprehensive, data-driven approach ensures that educators are aligned with how and when programs are used, and establishes shared expectations for determining the program’s impact on students.
In this webinar, we discuss:
The importance of evaluating educational resources for an effective MTSS practice
How that fits into the MTSS infrastructure
The 5 E's of evaluating technology-based intervention/curricular programs
How you can apply this framework to non-tech-based programs/support strategies.
LearnPlatform is the edtech effectiveness system used by districts and states to continuously improve the safety, equity and effectiveness of their education technology. LearnPlatform provides the tools to:
Organize their edtech resources and communicate approved resources to staff, teachers and families;
Streamline and automate processes for product requests, vetting and procurement, as well as privacy compliance;
Analyze their edtech to ensure it is working for district budgets and student outcomes.
About Dr. Eva Dundas:
Dr. Dundas is the Chief Learning Officer of Branching Minds, where she pursues her mission to bridge the gap between the science of learning and education practice. Dr. Dundas has a Ph.D. in Developmental and Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University where she conducted research on how the brain develops when children acquire visual expertise for words and faces. Her research also explores how the relationship between neural systems (specifically language and visual processing) unfolds over development, and how those dynamics differ with neurodevelopmental disorders like dyslexia and autism. She has published articles on that subject in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychologia, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, and Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Dr. Dundas also has an M.Ed. in Mind, Brain, and Education from Harvard University; and a B.S. in Neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh.