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    Pay It Forward With MTSS Data: Coaching Teachers Through the EOY Process

    Thursday, May 18, 2023
    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 10 AM PT

    How can educators wrap up the year and get things in order for an even better next year with MTSS?

    Experienced principal Tiffany Eudy and former Dean of Intervention Stephanie Bryan will share a protocol for evaluating the impact, effectiveness, and disappointments of the last year and dive into creating wrap-around plans that will position teachers and students for a quick and effective start on Day 1 of the new year

    Join us for practical help in:

    ➡️ Guiding teachers to identify what they wish they had known or done sooner
    ➡️ Recognizing who (as in role, not a name necessarily) was critical to the work, perhaps in an unexpected way
    ➡️ Pointing out tweaks in the processes that helped get the work done
    ➡️ How to document and COMMUNICATE all the improvements

    This is a BIG webinar for a very important year end activity. If you support teachers and want a strong start to the new year, you don’t want to miss it! 

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    Note: Certificates of attendance were emailed to all registered live attendees who attended 45 minutes or more of this webinar. We unfortunately cannot send certificates of attendance to those who view the on-demand webinar recording and do not attend live.


    About the presenters:

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    Stephanie Bryan

    Stephanie Bryan has a decade of experience in the education field, and 8 years of specialty experience working in MTSS and literacy. She graduated from the University of Florida in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. As former Dean of Intervention, she coached educators on MTSS best practices, intervention implementation and data analysis.Her foundation in MTSS work was laid during her time working at the Florida Center for Reading and Research. Since then, she has aided in the creation of MTSS systems and services at a first year turnaround school, selected and served as a mentor teacher for a fellow of the Xavier University Norman C. Francis Teacher Residency Program, and was twice nominated for the New Orleans Excellence in Teaching Award. Stephanie subscribes to the philosophy that all students are capable of making progress and succeeding in the general education environment under the provision of targeted, individualized and evidence based instruction.

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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.

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    Tiffany Eudy

    Tiffany Eudy is an educator, advocate, and mom. She is a Junior Account Executive at Branching Minds and the lead Navigator for In Bloom Advocacy LLC. She is also an NC licensed Special Education teacher and school administrator. In addition, she is a proud UNC Charlotte Alumni; Go Niners! She is passionate about providing equitable resources to students with special needs, and supporting education teachers and families on how to advocate for those individualized accommodations.