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    The MTSS 6-Week Intervention Check-In

    Thursday, November 10, 2022
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    1 PM ET/ 12 PM CT/ 10 AM PT
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    What do we do when some students make progress, and others do not?  How do we know what to do if and when our students meet their goals? After 6 weeks of implementing interventions, itโ€™s time to examine student progress on their goals. It can be daunting to think about what to do next!

    This webinar will support educators in reviewing your first round of intervention data.  Participants will learn about fidelity data as well as measurable outcome data like ROI (rate of improvement).  Participants will leave with a toolkit to evaluate their current intervention plans and make data-based adjustments to support continued student success.

    In this webinar, participants will

    • Understand how to interpret ROI data
    • Identify ways to monitor fidelity data
    • Learn how to adjust student plans within a fluid continuum of support levels

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    About the presenters:

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    Larissa Napolitan

    Larissa Napolitan is the Content Copywriter for Branching Minds. As a former middle school English teacher and instructional coach, she has over 13 years of experience building systems for improvement, training and coaching teachers in new technology and instructional methods, and leading efforts to build curriculum and literacy initiatives. She holds Masters's degrees in both Curriculum and Instruction and Education Administration from Emporia State University. Not only is she passionate about using her experience and academic knowledge, but loves to use her writing to make a broader impact on education, teachers, and students.
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    Brittany Shurley

    Brittany Shurley is an Instructional Design Manager 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.