CCSSO Inclusive Leadership Webisode #15: Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for All: Including Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities - Shared screen with speaker view
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Martha Thurlow, NCEO
Robin Stripling from Arkansas
Ann Thompson - Editor, CCSSO
Drea Logan from Maine Department of Education. I'm the MTSS Specialist
Greetings from WY-Kascinda Fleming, Ed Consultant
Terri Vandercook, TIES Center, University of MN
Tim Dove CCSSO/CEEDAR in Columbus OH
Kim Benton, William Carey University, Mississsippi
Kathleen Herrmann, Educator Effectiveness, Ohio Department of Education
Karla Marty, Maryland, Alternate Education Framework Specialist
Thom Jones Education Consultant Wyoming Dept of Ed
Ashlynn Owen-Kachikis, Lake Washington School District
Hello All - Steve Nordmark from CAST
Jessica Bowman - TIES Center, University of MN
Lindsay Kubatzky, National Center for Learning Disabilities
Dr. Karyn Chiapella; SpEd Regional Coordinator; Bismarck, ND
Jo Hannah Ward
Jo Hannah Ward, Ohio Director for the Office for Exceptional Children
Malia Goodfellow- Associate Principal, Mark Twain Elementary in LWSD
Glenna Gallo, WA OSPI
Annastashia Teepe, Educational Consultant, WY
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero, University of Washington Seattle
Gerry Teevens ND
Gerry Teevens, State Special Education Director N.D.
Erin Stewart, Puget Sound ESD
Bert Moore, Kansas State Dept of Education
Jessie Ahlers, Alternate Assessment Coordinator for the South Dakota DOE
Cassie Martin, UW Haring Center Seattle, WA
Michael Clark, Principal, Norman Rockwell Elementary, Lake Washington School District
Hello! Brandi Gerry, Implementation Specialist with South Dakota Dept of Education
James Paul, Tennessee Department of Education
Denise Harrison, Professional Dev. Cor., Mississippi Department of Ed
Judy Lee, EEC external evaluator for TIES Center
Craig Mott -Principal -Mark Twain - Lake Washington School District.
good afternoon everyone! Colleen Riley, National Center for Systemic Improvement
Hello from Diane Ryndak. Please excuse my lack of camera. I am having technical issues with it.
Paula Gumpman, Assistive Technology Specialist, Georgia Department of Education, Division of Special Education Services and Supports
Wendy Stoica, Ohio Dept of Education
Andrea Faulkner -Ohio Department of Education - Assistant Director in Office for Improvement and Innovation
Joann Ericson, CCSSO. State Team Facilitator, AIPL
Melissa Hammock, Georgia Learning Resources System
Christy Hunt, Mississippi Department of Education and University of Mississippi-Member of AIPL team
Margaret Scott, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Principal Leadership
Cynthia Dewey, Ohio Department of Education, Director of Improvement and Innovation
Here is a link to the brief: https://tiescenter.org/resource/yD/BRnb7fSLmKEa700Hv46Q
Debbie Burson, Mississippi DOE, Ed. Prep
Erin Studer, CHIME Institute
will this slide deck/recording be available after the session?
Deana Smith, Wyoming Department of Education
Kelly Ickes, Cognia
Tha nk you
Please feel free to share any questions or comments you have for our speakers here in the chat pod
I appreciate the partnership in Washington state between OSPI, LWSD, and TIES!
where is that located again?
Is it from NIRN? Here’s theirs https://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/resources/district-capacity-assessment-dca
The school facility closures due to COVID-19 has highlighted where surface level inclusionary practices were in place, and provided an opportunity to consider equity, MTSS, and inclusion during development of online learning.
District Capacity Assessment: https://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/resources/district-capacity-assessment-dca
It also provided more opportunity for school staff to access online learning, and demonstrated a willingness to problem solve and innovate.
We emphasized UDL and assistive technology, as well/
Excellent info! Thank you very much!
Thank you so much! This was a great event!