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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

RethinkEd's Brand New MTSS suite empowers educators to identify, track, and put strategies in place across academic, behavior, and social and emotional learning enabling them to optimize effective interventions and monitor progress for all students.

District/School Wide Training Topics

Components of MTSS

Including understanding and implementing the MTSS framework, establishing a collaborative MTSS team, and making data-driven decisions.

Effective Coaching

Including building relationships with trainees, observation, and assessment, providing feedback, and developing action plans

Positive School Climate

Including creating safe and caring classrooms, building relationships with students, and supporting the well-being of all staff.

Fundamentals of Effective Classrooms

Including classroom management systems, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), increasing student motivation and managing challenging behaviors.

Tiered Strategies and Interventions

Including Tiers 1, 2, and 3 instruction, progress monitoring, and intervention supports to meet the academic, social emotional, and behavior needs of all students.

Parent and Family Engagement

Including building positive relationships with students’ families, effective communication and collaborating on student goals and intervention.

Tiered Training Topics for MTSS

An Introduction To MTSS

What is MTSS

Gives an overview of the key components of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework including tiered interventions, data-based decision making, using a team-based approach and implementation fidelity.

Data Driven Decision Making and Problem Solving

Discusses the importance of collecting and using data to make informed decisions including those about instructional approaches, intervention selection, student placements in tiers and resource allocation, and the use of data-focused systems and team-based decision making.

MTSS Strategic Planning for District Leaders

Designed for district leaders, provides systemic strategic planning strategies for effective district and school-based MTSS implementation, including resources to incorporate MTSS into district goals and the school improvement process.

MTSS Teaming and Resource Allocation

Provides strategies for effective teaming and data-based allocation of resources to support the efficiency and sustainability of MTSS for the purpose of increasing student outcomes.

Culturally Responsive MTSS

Provides strategies for ensuring MTSS is designed and implemented with a focus on equity to a) increase equitable and culturally responsive academic, behavioral, and social and emotional practices; b) decrease bias, overt racism, and systemic barriers; and c) integrate inclusive educational opportunities and environments.

Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom

An overview of trauma and how it can impact student learning and behavior. It offers strategies to implement trauma-sensitive practices in the classroom to help all students build resilience, achieve optimal learning, and empowers educators to attain better student engagement and outcomes.

Developing a MTSS Student Plan

An overview of MTSS plans including what a MTSS student plan is, its importance, who they are used for and the key components of a MTSS student plan.

Leadership Skills and Strategies that promote MTSS

Designed for district and school leaders, identifies leadership skills and strategies needed to effectively promote and support district and school-based implementation and sustainability of a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS).

Addressing Disproportionality

A deep dive into disproportionality across academic achievement, behavioral discipline, mental health response, and special education services, including defining and measuring disproportionality, examining systemic and school-based causes of disproportionality, using data to determine steps towards decreasing disproportionate outcomes, and sustaining equitable and proportionate student outcomes.

Schoolwide Restorative Practices

An overview of restorative practices and offers strategies to implement schoolwide practices, including community circles, restorative conferences, and family partnerships.

An Introduction to Effective Coaching

Strategies on how to mentor and coach effectively including relationship building, observation and assessment, providing constructive feedback and developing collaborative action plans.

Creating Safe and Caring Classrooms

Provides strategies for creating a classroom that helps students feel secure, valued and positively connected to others by considering the social, emotional, physical and learning needs of the students.

Classroom Management Systems

Help manage the classroom environment and navigate interactions to academically engage students and provide equitable and positive learning experiences.

Feedback and Reinforcement Systems

How to provide positive and behavior specific feedback, and how to use reinforcement effectively to support learning and increase positive behaviors.

Universal Design for Learning

The principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and gives strategies on how to incorporate the UDL principles of providing multiple means of representation, engagement, and action and expression.

Tier One Training Topics

Offering Universal Supports for All Students

Differentiated Instruction and Scaffolding

Delivers differentiated ready-to-use instruction by content, process, product, and/or all learning environments. Learn how to provide scaffolding strategies to chunk the learning of new or complex concepts into smaller parts to allow students to learn with support and confidence.

Tracking Tier 1 Academic Progress

Use data and progress monitoring to inform academic instruction and intervention efforts applied universally across all students to create optimal learning outcomes.

Introduction to Tier 1 Academic Strategies and Interventions

Plan and implement core instructional strategies and classroom wide practices that are designed to address the needs of all students to achieve academic success.

Strategies for Tier 1 Social and Emotional Instruction

Classroom-wide strategies for teaching and promoting social and emotional learning skills both in and out of the classroom setting to increase positive behaviors and decrease behaviors that interfere with learning.

Tracking Tier 1 Social and Emotional Learning

Improve student outcomes by providing screening and progress monitoring that uses data to inform social and emotional instruction and intervention for all students across all settings.

Introduction to Tier 1 Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Strategies and Interventions

Learn classroom-wide strategies that support the social emotional well-being of all students including teaching social and emotional learning (SEL) skills and incorporating SEL into academics.

Fostering Prosocial Behavior

Plan and implement classroom wide strategies for teaching and fostering the development of positive social skills to increase positive functional behaviors and decrease behaviors that interfere with learning.

Tracking Tier 1 Behavior Progress

Positively impact all students’ behavior across all settings with progress monitoring and data driven, proactive instruction and intervention.

Introduction to Tier 1 Behavior Strategies and Interventions

Use classroom wide behavior interventions to set clear behavioral expectations and create and implement a positive behavior reinforcement system for addressing behaviors that interfere with learning.

Tier Two Training Topics

For Students Who Need More Structured, Targeted Supports

Strategies for Small Group Academic Instruction

Identify and provide targeted strategies for teaching core subjects for students who require supplemental academic support in a small group instruction.

Tracking Tier 2 Academic Progress

Use data and progress monitoring to inform academic instruction and intervention efforts applied for selected students in a targeted manner to reduce or eliminate learning difficulties as soon as they are identified.

Introduction to Tier 2 Academic Interventions

Identify students who need academic support and offer preventative intervention with targeted strategies designed to help those students learn and achieve academic success with just a little extra support.

Strategies for Small Group SEL Instruction

Teach and foster the development of positive social skills to students who need additional social and emotional supports in an independent or small group setting.

Tracking Tier 2 Social and Emotional Learning

Use automated data tracking of individualized student progress to assess and inform the instruction for the social and emotional needs of students who need supplemental, targeted supports.

Introduction to Tier 2 Social and Emotional Interventions

Identify students who need additional social and emotional supports and provide targeted intervention strategies that help those students develop functional social and emotional learning (SEL) skills and improve their social and mental wellbeing.

Teaching Pro-Social Skills

Improve students’ social and mental wellbeing by developing and implementing targeted interventions that help students develop functional social and emotional learning (SEL) skills.

Tracking Tier 2 Behavior Progress

Assess and monitor progress to drive instruction of behavioral intervention that provides more targeted supports to groups of students that need alternative strategies for their behavioral success.

Introduction to Tier 2 Behavior Strategies and Interventions

Identify students who need additional behavior supports and provide targeted intervention strategies to help those students increase positive behaviors and decrease behaviors that interfere with learning.

Tier Three Training Topics

For Students Who Need Intensive and Individualized Supports

Introduction to Tier 3 Academic Interventions

Provides an overview of how to identify students who need Tier 3 level of academic support and provides targeted intervention strategies that are designed to help those students learn and achieve academic success.

Tracking Tier 3 Academic Progress

Gives an overview of the importance of academic progress monitoring for students who receive Tier 3 level of academic intervention and using data to inform instruction and intervention

Strategies and Considerations for Tier 3 Academic Instruction

Targeted strategies for teaching academic subjects like mathematics and reading to students who need Tier 3 level of academic support, including students with disabilities that impact their reading and/or math skills.

Introduction to Tier 3 Social and Emotional Learning Interventions

How to identify students who need Tier 3 level of social and emotional support and provides individualized intervention strategies to help those students develop social and emotional learning (SEL) skills and improve their social and mental wellbeing.

Tracking Tier 3 Social and Emotional Learning

An overview of the importance of progress monitoring for students who receive Tier 3 level of social and emotional intervention and using data to inform instruction and intervention.

Strategies and Considerations for Tier 3 Social and Emotional Learning Instruction

Provides social and emotional instructional considerations and strategies for students with varying developmental needs and abilities, including students with and without an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

Functional Behavior Assessments

Learn an overview of Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) including what a FBA is, the importance of FBAs, who they are used for and the key components of an FBA.

Teaching Replacement Behaviors

Teach adaptive skills and replacement behaviors and provide strategies necessary to develop independent learners and decrease behaviors that interfere with learning.

Tracking Tier 3 Behavior Progress

Meaningful progress monitoring with assessment data can be used to inform behavioral instruction and interventions that are more individualized and student-specific to positively affect student outcomes.

An Introduction to Tier 3 Behavior Interventions

Targeted intervention strategies for students who need Tier 3 level of behavior support and the key components to creating and implementing an effective Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).

Understanding Functions of Behavior

Identify and understand the four key functions of behavior in order to proactively provide function-based strategies to reinforce positive behaviors you desire.

Developing a Behavior Intervention Plan

Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) including what a BIP is, its importance, who they are used for and the key components of a BIP.

Family and Caregiver Engagement

Providing Whole School Community Support

Building Positive Relationships with Your Students' Families and Caregivers

Educators can learn strategies to improve and strengthen relationships by establishing trust, communicating effectively and acknowledging the cultural and family diversity of students’ families and caregivers.

Helping Families and Caregivers Support and Monitor Student Learning

Create effective learning communities to also help families and caregivers better understand and support their child’s learning through effective communication, student progress monitoring and reinforcement of learning objectives outside of the academic setting.

Collaborating on Student Goals and Interventions

Communication is key! Educators can communicate effectively with their students’ families and caregivers about their child’s learning and behavior goals, and how they can better collaborate with families and caregivers to help their child reach those goals.

Are You Ready to Have an Impact?

Learn

Learn key concepts and core content knowledge at your own pace. On-demand, bite-sized learning is delivered through engaging 5-7 minute videos and interactive modules. Engage in self-reflection and group discussion activities that promote your self-awareness, understanding and application of new knowledge.

Practice

Practice evidence-based strategies and interventions with fidelity. Comprehensive guides, articles and resources are provided with every module and include step-by-step instructions and guidance that empower you to implement MTSS, academic, behavioral and social and emotional strategies and interventions with confidence.

Dive Deeper

Deepen your understanding of key concepts and effective implementation. Fidelity checklists, considerations and troubleshooting guides provide opportunities for open communication and productive feedback, and help you ensure that strategies and interventions are implemented with accuracy and achieve the intended impact.

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