CCSSO Inclusive Leadership Webisode #17: Now More Than Ever: MTSS for School Re-entry - Shared screen with speaker view
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Carol Quirk, MCIE
Bert Moore, Director of SETS for Kansas
Steve Nordmark, CAST
Kathleen Herrmann, Educator Effectiveness, Ohio Department of Education
Tim Dove consultant AIPL CCSSO
Deborah Dominguez-Clark, NM
Debbie Burson, MS DOE, Ed. Prep
Christina Aldrich, AZ DOE school improvement
Kelly Ickes, Cognia; Director, Content Development-Accessibility
Danielle Fleming, MCIE, professional development facilitator
Dona Meinders, WestEd, CA
Debra Jennings, National Center for Parent Information and Resources @ SPAN Parent Advocacy Network
Christy Hunt, Professional Development Coordinator at the University of Mississippi
Bill Freeman, CSPD Coordinator, New Jersey DOE
Deana Smith, Wyoming Department of Education
Lindsay Kubatzky, National Center for Learning Disabilities
Noleen Clark, MDE School Improvement
Dr Karyn Chiapella; SpEd Regional Coordinator, DPI ND
Erin Denny, NPD117 (Chicago suburb), District Behavior Specialist
Carole Carr, Georgia Department of Education
Marny Helfrich, Maryland State Department of Education, School-Age performance specialist
Allison Lombardi, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut
Justyn Poulos - WA DOE
Kathi Foley, Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education
Christy Jones, Georgia Department of Education
Cary Rogers Education Consultant SETS for Kansas
Doug Boline, Kansas, Assistant Director Special Education and Title Services
Eric Niebrzydowski, School Improvement, Delaware DOE
Interpersonal relationships and teaching and learning
Teaching and Learning
Supports for learning and engagement
Effective learning in a safe environment for students and educators
Safety and Interpersonal Relationships
Support for learning and engagement
Behavioral Expectations, Sense of SE Security, Social SKills Development, Support for Learning
teaching and learning, relationship and self care for staff
Safety and wellness….
Safety and Social Supports for Students
Would interpersonal relationships and respect for diversity also include engaging families? Or would it be included in other areas?
Relationships-in the spring we already had a number of relationships built...this fall we'll have to work through figuring this out as a priority
In NJ our Intervention and Referral Services Teams should follow this model
PLCs, MTSS for Academics and Behavior
collaborative decision making
IEP development and interventions
Use of student progress data
SEL rubrics, data in all area
Data quality and usage to drive decisions
accurately identifying and addressing students' needs
I’m working on a federally-funded study to measure many of these skills and other aspects of college and career readiness for adolescents: https://ccr4t.education.uconn.edu/
The cat shows the number.
6 but hopeful
building resilience in adults and students
Working with families in how to work with their kids at home
effective leadership practices
making meaningful connection in an online env
working on problem solving teams
yes and we connect it to ESSA requirements
adding student voice
families and community partners
Yep you’re back.
Please feel free to share any questions and/or comments you have for the presenters in the chat pod
We are getting that feedback from some of our districts. They are feeling overwhelmed with all of the resources out there
That being said, these resources are fantastic and will be put at the top of the list :)
Thank you Hank and Steve! Great information today!!!
Thank you! Great info.
Thank you so much, this was very helpful and a useful
Thanks for the opportunity to be with everyone today!
Thanks. Great session.