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    How to Lead for Improved Student Outcomes Using Real-Time, Real-Life Insights

    Tuesday, October 17, 2023
    2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    2 PM ET / 1 PM CT / 11 AM PT

    As a school or district leader, you plan for improved student outcomes and anxiously await year-end scores. But it’s the real-life happening right now that determines whether your plan will succeed.

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    Factors like teacher implementation, student behavior, attendance, and scheduling challenges can all influence success. If you don’t have a way of capturing and analyzing those “mushy” real-life factors, it’s impossible to know if you’re on track! But with good lead measures of the adult practices that result in student improvement, you can adjust and fix as you go.

    In this webinar, the leadership experts at Branching Minds will share practical ways you can use lead measures to drive real improvement in outcomes.

    Don’t wait for May to see if your plan is working — get the visibility you need to act now!

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    The presenters:

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    Trudy Bender
    MTSS Content Manager, Branching Minds

    Trudy Bender is the MTSS Marketing Content Manager at Branching Minds. She previously served as the Coordinator of District Behavior Intervention at Waco ISD, where she facilitated the implementation of a multi-tiered system of supports for behavior along with initiatives to improve school climate and to build teacher capacity in classroom management through peer coaching. She is passionate about helping teachers and administrators to develop a positive, restorative, instructional approach to behavior that reduces disproportionality in discipline while improving social-emotional and academic outcomes for all students. Trudy holds an Ed.S. in School Psychology from Baylor University.

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    Brittany Shurley
    Director of Professional Services, Branching Minds

    Brittany Shurley is the Director of Professional Services at Branching Minds. Brittany has served students, educators, and leaders in various roles throughout her career, including as a classroom teacher, learning disabilities specialist, school-based leader, and district level administrator. Brittany has extensive experience in facilitating the implementation of MTSS at the district and school levels. She is passionate about ensuring teachers have the tools to promote safe, healthy, and engaging learning environments where students are experiencing success.