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⛰️ 2024 VIRTUAL MTSS SUMMIT | Get notified when registration opens >>

    “Mindset Is a Resource:” Using the MTSS Process To Build Community and Collaboration

    Wednesday, March 01, 2023
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    1 PM ET/ 12 PM CT/ 10 AM PT
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    We all know it is better for our students (and for us!) when we share responsibility and work collectively. And yet, collaboration in practice is often inefficient and frustrating. 

    In this webinar, we will discuss how an MTSS helps people become better collaborators and problem solvers. And, if we collaborate within MTSS…what other things may improve, as well!

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    Note: this webinar is part of our series, "The Power of Community in MTSS." Click here to learn more about and register for the webinar series.

    About the presenters:

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    Karen Castle

    Karen is the Executive Director of Professional Learning at Branching Minds, where she leads a team of education consultants to provide guidance and support to schools and districts, as they implement Branching Minds and improve their MTSS practice. Prior to Branching Minds, Karen spent 12 years building a national professional development program for Amplify Education, a leading company in the education technology space. Prior to her work in the edtech space, Karen served as curriculum director, principal, and teacher for several school districts in the North Texas area for 23 years. Karen holds an M.Ed. from the University of North Texas and a Superintendent’s Certification from the University of Texas at Arlington.

    Lauren Schutz


    Lauren Schutz

    Lauren Schutz is a Professional Services Manager at Branching Minds. She has been working in the field of education for over a decade as a teacher, school psychologist, executive functioning coach, and educational consultant. Lauren earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her M.A/EdS in school psychology at Tufts University. She most enjoys helping learners (child and adult) define their own goals for success, then encouraging them through the productive struggle that comes with growth. Ms. Schutz writes on a variety of education-related topics from her hometown in Chicago, IL.