When implementing a culturally responsive multi-level system support, it helps to have technical assistance available when you need it. These videos document actual training sessions so you can get information you need, even if you could not attend the session in person.
2015 Academic Seminar Technical Assistance Session
Guided by: Michelle Polzin and Rachel Saladis Guest presenter Jessica Swain-Bradway shared a presentation on an example of tier 2 academic seminar for high school. Topics included a review, planning, data for decision making, how schools are implementing, and a Q&A session. Kristin Mashak shared data to illustrate how academic seminar is working for her school.
Let's Talk About It - Pewaukee's Journey to Improve System Wide Collaboration
Collaboration is an essential element for developing and sustaining effective multi-level systems of support, yet the structure (e.g., schedules) and culture (perception of roles, use of data) of many schools are still better suited for isolated adult practice.
RtI All Staff Perception Survey Booster, October 2015
Designed to increase fidelity of Academic (RtI) implementation, you'll learn how to set up, collect, and analyze the data from the Wisconsin RtI Center's All Staff Perception Survey for your school.
Implementing Your System
Implementing a culturally responsive multi-level system of support enables schools to help ALL students become college or career ready. Every school has different needs and goals, so no two journeys will be the same. That being said, it is often helpful to see examples of how other schools have undertaken this work. The videos in this collection show a wide range of approaches, topics, and areas, so you can get a glimpse of how the framework can be tailored to each school.
Schoolwide Implementation Review (SIR) Booster 2016
he Wisconsin RtI Center’s School-wide Implementation Review (SIR) is an excellent tool to use to annually monitor your school's progress when implementing a Culturally Responsive Multi-level System of Support for either mathematics or reading. This refresher webinar, presented by Sarah Nelson and Jill Koenitzer, leads viewers through the SIR process.
Freshman Success February 22, 2016
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview to Freshman Success and how it fits within the context of a Culturally Responsive Multi-Level System of Support. The Freshmen Success model is designed to support the academic, organizational and social needs of all freshmen students. It is a universal level prevention-oriented model designed to (a) build school engagement skills in transitioning freshmen, (b) create a supportive, predictable environment, and (c) foster self-management skills. Participants will gain an understanding of what Freshman Success is and what is required for implementation (Systems, Practices, Data). Technical Assistance and support options will be shared with those interested in using the Freshman Success model. Presenters: Brigid Flannery, Associate Professor/Senior Research Associate Mimi McGrath-Kato, Senior Research Assistant Educational and Community Supports (ECS) College of Education - University of Oregon
The Wisconsin RtI Center’s assessments an excellent tool to use to establish a baseline to and measure progress when implementing a culturally responsive multi-level system of support. These booster videos are available to give you a refresher when taking any of the assessments available to schools through the Center. If you have further questions, you can contact your regional Technical Assistance Coordinator.
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