Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) is a comprehensive, integrated educational framework with a prevention-oriented, tiered delivery approach to instruction and assessment that uses data to help match academic, behavioral and social-emotional support to learners’ needs. Equity-based MTSS values and welcomes each and every learner as a full member of their school. Through MTSS, schools provide learners what they need, when they need it, for as long as they need it.
Whether you have been using MTSS for a while or you’re new to the framework, this two-part series will engage you to consider the big ideas and key practices of MTSS adapted to the remote new school year. With MTSS we can: promote success, prevent failure, and problem-solve learning challenges. In the first part of this series, we will draw from the MTSS framework to explore implications for teaching and learning. Finally, we will examine how MTSS practices can be translated for remote learning.
By attending this session, attendees will leave with…
– Renewed understanding of the big ideas and key practices of MTSS
– Strategies to preserve the big ideas of MTSS in a remote learning context
Presenter: Michael McSheehan
Collaborative members will use only ONE Trainings/Workshops seat to attend this two-part series.