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NDMTSS: Developing Pathways for Academics (MTSS Year 1)

This training is intended for leadership teams, designed utilizing the NDMTSS Essential Components to solve problems at the school, classroom, and student level. Emphasis will be given to translating current educational research into practice to help schools maximize resources and outcomes for all students. Examples of data systems for universal screening and progress monitoring will be identified as well as specific interventions and curricula to address problems at a systems level. 

Presenter, Wayne Callender, is an author and national RTI Consultant who has worked at the State, district and building levels improving educational outcomes.

On-site visits will be held in March and April; TBD 

Two continuing education credits are available through VCSU 

When registering, please note that session 1, session 2, session 3, AND session 4 are all required.



Cost of Training

Team Registration Fee = $3000/school team up to 6 participants. PLUS $120 per additional participant


Session 1 (Required)
(Thursday, November 15, 2018 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Session ID: 38767
NDMTSS: Developing Pathways for Academics Day 1
Seats Filled: 96 / 120
Location:Bismarck Public Schools, Career Academy, 1221 College Drive, Bismarck, 58501, 200AB



Important Breakout Information:

This training is intended for leadership teams, designed utilizing the NDMTSS Essential Components to solve problems at the school, classroom, and student level. Emphasis will be given to translating current educational research into practice to help schools maximize resources and outcomes for all students. Examples of data systems for universal screenings and progress monitoring will be identified as well as specific interventions and curricula to address problems at a systems level.

Objectives:

1. Identify current gaps in student outcomes based on grade level data.

2. Evaluate appropriate pathways for students to increase academic achievement

3. Develop strategies for solving problems at increasingly larger levels

4. Increase awareness of evidence-based interventions and curricula


Session 2 (Required)
(Thursday, December 13, 2018 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Session ID: 38768
NDMTSS: Developing Pathways for Academics Day 2
Seats Filled: 95 / 120
Location:Bismarck Public Schools, Career Academy, 1221 College Drive, Bismarck, 58501, 200AB



Important Breakout Information:
This training is intended for leadership teams, designed utilizing the NDMTSS Essential Components to solve problems at the school, classroom, and student level. Emphasis will be given to translating current educational research into practice to help schools maximize resources and outcomes for all students. Examples of data systems for universal screenings and progress monitoring will be identified as well as specific interventions and curricula to address problems at a systems level.

Objectives:

1. Identify current gaps in student outcomes based on grade level data.

2. Evaluate appropriate pathways for students to increase academic achievement

3. Develop strategies for solving problems at increasingly larger levels

4. Increase awareness of evidence-based interventions and curricula
Session 3 (Required)
(Tuesday, February 19, 2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Session ID: 38769
NDMTSS: Developing Pathways for Academics Day 3
Seats Filled: 96 / 120
Location:Bismarck Public Schools, Career Academy, 1221 College Drive, Bismarck, 58501, 200AB



Important Breakout Information:
This training is intended for leadership teams, designed utilizing the NDMTSS Essential Components to solve problems at the school, classroom, and student level. Emphasis will be given to translating current educational research into practice to help schools maximize resources and outcomes for all students. Examples of data systems for universal screenings and progress monitoring will be identified as well as specific interventions and curricula to address problems at a systems level.

Objectives:

1. Identify current gaps in student outcomes based on grade level data.

2. Evaluate appropriate pathways for students to increase academic achievement

3. Develop strategies for solving problems at increasingly larger levels

4. Increase awareness of evidence-based interventions and curricula
Session 4 (Required)
(Wednesday, May 01, 2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
Session ID: 38770
Site Visit & Team Meetings
Seats Filled: 95 / 120
Location:Missouri River Educational Cooperative Site, MREC Staff, , , , TBD MREC



Important Breakout Information:
In order to be eligible for the continuing education credits, there will be one 1/2 day, on-site visit in March or April; specific dates TBD.

Additionally, there will be documented, supplementary team meetings.

These will equate to a minimum of 8 hours, to be completed by May 1, 2018.


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