San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This training is intended to provide an overview of a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework with a focus on student success. Each of the six MTSS Essential Components will be addressed with practice application of Data-Based Problem Solving and Decision Making. Connections will be made between MTSS, implementation science, and Colorado’s legislated educational priorities. Learning activities will help build understanding of MTSS, facilitate reflection on current academic and behavior supports, and assist in the development of action planning steps for MTSS implementation.
Stakeholders to include: District and School Administrators, District and School Leadership Teams, Special Educators, MTSS/RtI/PBIS Coaches, and Related Services Personnel
Participants are encouraged to attend in teams or with thinking partners.
District or School Leadership (or Implementation) Teams should consider representation. For teams who are implementing MTSS, team composition should aim for balance and multiple perspectives.
Examples of team members include: Curriculum Director, Special Education Director, Title I Director, Parent Representative Co-Chair of SAC/DAC, Assessment/Accountability Director, Superintendents, Principals, Teacher Leaders, Academic, Behavior, and/or Systems Coaches, etc.
*Professional learning certificates of completion (for documentation of 6.0 hours of training) will be available for participants.
**There is no cost for registration, but you must register via this website to participate. A ticket will be generated for you to bring with you for the event.
When & Where
Office of Learning Supports
The Office of Learning Supports (OLS) is housed within the Teaching and Learning Unit at the Colorado Department of Education. The mission of the Office of Learning Supports is to shape, develop, and increase the collective capacity of schools and districts to implement and sustain a multi-tiered system of supports, through a problem-solving culture that integrates data, practices, and systems which improve educational outcomes for every student.