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The 4 Biggest Challenges of MTSS During Remote Learning: How Districts Are Adapting

This event occurred on February 09, 2021 3:03 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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As districts forge ahead with supporting learners virtually during the COVID-19 public health crisis, common challenges and themes are emerging—from adapting interventions for delivery online, to gaining visibility into students’ holistic needs, to providing equity of support for every student. Hear MTSS, accountability, and counseling leaders share their journey in overcoming the biggest obstacles of adapting a multi-tiered systems of supports (MTSS) or response to intervention (RTI) framework in a hybrid or remote learning environment.

This webinar will cover how to:

  • Modify existing universal and targeted interventions for virtual use
  • Deeply understand the whole child, even when students are at home
  • Establish new norms and systems for collaborating remotely around student supports
  • Evaluate existing systems of support through an equity lens
Alison B. Augustson
Elementary MTSS Coordinator Rowan-Salisbury Schools
Kelly Burgess
Director of Accountability Rowan-Salisbury Schools
Matthew D. Harriger
MTSS Coordinator Rowan-Salisbury Schools
Judy D. McLaughlin
Director of School Counseling Rowan-Salisbury Schools
Yvette Cantu
Chief Academic Officer Buena Park (CA)
Dr. Yvette Cantu
Chief Academic Officer Buena Park (CA)
Maurice Anderson
Account Director Panorama Education

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