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    MTSS Is a Circle, Not a Straight Line: Using EOY Data for Reflection and Planning in Branching Minds [Live Demo]

    Thursday, April 20, 2023
    11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
    11 AM ET / 10 AM CT / 8 AM PT

    Another school year will soon be in the books, but the cycle of improvement for next year is just kicking off!

    At EOY, school and district administrators can use Branching Minds to help review relevant data with a systems lens. This includes:

    ➡️ Evaluating the effectiveness of your entire MTSS practice
    ➡️ Planning for success in the coming year

    In this live demo, we will review the Branching Minds MTSS platform’s reporting functionality to help those overseeing MTSS to better understand the fidelity of their practice and the impact they have had on student outcomes.

    Missed the live event? Contact our team for a personalized walkthrough of the Branching Minds MTSS platform.

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    Note: this webinar is part of our on-demand professional learning series, "Seize the [MTSS] Data!" Click here to learn more and access the materials.


    About the presenter:

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    Emily-Rose Barry

    Emily-Rose Barry is the Vice President of Product for 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. She is a co-founder of ProductTank Buffalo, a local community for networking and professional development.

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    Lauren Van Gomple 

    Lauren Van Gomple is a Senior Account Executive at Branching Minds, where she focuses on building new partnerships to support districts as they seek to make MTSS efficient, equitable and collaborative for ALL students. Lauren holds two masters degrees in Special Education and Educational Psychology (school psychology specialist). As a former special education teacher and MTSS consultant, she has over 10 years of experience building systems for growth, training and coaching new teachers, and developing pathways for system-level change. Additionally, Lauren continues to support educators through her work as a University lecturer and supervisor for new teachers at St. Thomas and Bethel Universities. Lauren is passionate about supporting educators and districts as they focus on systematic change within Multi-Tier Systems of Supports.