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Student Well-Being Webinar

Attend to the Whole Child: Non-Academic Factors within MTSS

Wed., August 07, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Research shows that students’ social and emotional behaviors and attitudes toward school and academics play a key role in their ability to learn and succeed in school and their overall wellbeing. To accelerate learning and equitably improve outcomes, educators must be equipped to take a whole child approach to addressing non-academic barriers to student achievement.

However, finding the process to gather the right non-academic information and pairing it with academic data can be complex and challenging.

Join us to learn practical, evidence-based strategies for proactively identifying and addressing non-academic barriers within an MTSS framework.

We’ll explore:

  • Which non-academic factors can affect learning outcomes the most
  • How leaders can effectively use non-academic data to increase student achievement 
  • How schools are using non-academic data to create areas for intervention and support
Dr. Robert Zywicki
Former Superintendent, Senior Director of Strategic Solutions Engineering, Renaissance
Robert Zywicki, EdD, has over two decades of experience transforming educational organizations, with a track record of increasing graduation rates, expanding special education inclusion, and spearheading major capital projects. He formerly served as superintendent of two New Jersey districts, leading to accolades including “District Thought Leader” by Future Ready Schools and the “Friend of Education” award from the NJEA for “extraordinary contributions to the profession.” He now serves as Senior Director of Strategic Solutions Engineering at Renaissance.
Jonathan Strout
Former Principal, Assessment and Analytics Account Executive, Renaissance
Jonathan Strout, MEd, spent 24 years working in public education as a teacher, school counselor, director of school counseling, and principal. He was selected as the Person of the Year at Cherry Hill High School East in 2008 and has been recognized with numerous awards for supporting students through an equity lens. Having worked at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, he brings a unique skillset to his current role as Assessment and Analytics Account Executive at Renaissance.
MaryAnn Hartel
Product Marketing Manager, Renaissance

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