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Multi-tiered Systems of Support Community of Practice’s 1st meeting
February 28 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm| Free
What: Learn and develop Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) frameworks that inclusively support all students. By joining this MTSS Community of Practice; designed and lead by you, facilitated and supported by MAIER‘s Research Associate, Dr. Anica Miller Rushing, and University of Southern Maine’s Dr. Rachel Brown-Chidsey, you increase your ability to leverage both Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtI²)(focused on academics) and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)(focused on social and emotional learning), in order to organize supports within a classroom so that both the academic side and the social-emotional-learning side are aligned to serve the whole child.
Who: K-12 classroom educators are the target audience, but others that work with youth in various learning environments are welcome.
Why: Effective classrooms need to consider both academic and social-emotional contexts. MTSS encourages educators to set up frameworks for considering both aspects so that all learners are supported more inclusively, authentically, and effectively. By using MTSS you are centering the whole child as part of your practice, and doing so more efficiently and proactively.
2/28: Inclusive Tier 1 Instruction: Barriers and Facilitators (Including- Participant goal setting, Current Tier 1 practices, and Ideas for change)
4/4: Tier 2 Intervention Alignment: Supplementing Core Instruction (Including- What is alignment? How are Tier 2 interventions selected? and Time on learning and schedules)
5/2: Tier 3 Intensification Methods (Including- What is intensification? Intensification methods, and Progress monitoring
6/6: Planning for Next Year: Reflections and Next Steps (Including- What MTSS practices will you keep? What will you change? How will you measure student learning outcomes?
Spread the word: Tell others about MAIER and register for this Community of Practice HERE (https://umaine.edu/maier/communities-of-practice/)