A crucial part of educating the whole child involves supporting their social-emotional learning (SEL) with data-based decisions for targeted and intensive interventions. To ensure educators are able to efficiently and effectively prioritize their time, districts are collecting data that enable them to meet students where they are at. Hear from districts who have created a strong, time-saving MTSS by using data from high-quality, strengths-based universal SEL assessments to inform Tier 1 instructional support planning.
In this session you’ll learn:
Why integrating social-emotional learning (SEL) is an essential strategy for all MTSS
Collecting actionable data to build SEL supports into a Tiered Intervention Strategy
Real-world examples of the process for and effect of collecting this data and delivering Tier 1 interventions.
Anthony Ruela, Executive Director of Middle Schools, Data, & PK-12 Student Support Systems, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
Chelsie Moak, SEL Program Manager, Aspire Public Schools
Kat Ellison, Superintendent, Aspire Public Schools
Moderated by Kelly Truong, Senior Account Manager, Panorama Education