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    Make 2024 the Year of No Surprises with Help from Branching Minds | Live Demo

    Wednesday, January 17, 2024
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 10 AM PT

    School and district leaders, do you currently have visibility into the fidelity of your schools' MTSS practice and its impact?

    “Plan and hope” is no way to live! Don’t wait 'til those student test scores come rolling at the end of the year to see if your support system is working -- get the visibility you need to act now. In this live demo webinar, we will share the practical ways the Branching Minds platform helps you understand the fidelity and impact of your multi-tiered system of supports, so that you can adjust where needed and get the student outcomes you are planning for.  

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    Please note: We do not issue certificates of attendance for our live platform demos. Those who attended this demo on Jan. 17 did not receive a certificate of attendance.

    The presenters:

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    Emily-Rose Barry
    VP of Product, Branching Minds

    Emily-Rose is the VP of Product at Branching Minds. She has worked in Education Technology in roles overseeing Product and Customer Success for the past ten years. Before joining the world of agile software development, she taught reading and writing at every level from early childhood to college, administered special programs for an adult literacy nonprofit, and published short fiction and poetry as a freelance writer. 

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    Trudy Bender, NCSP
    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.