Delivering interventions to students is an important pathway to equity and excellence in schools. Making sure you choose high-quality, research-based interventions to support students, whether in academics, SEL, or behavior is critical to its efficacy. Some key challenges include: building and systematizing intervention services across an entire district and determining whether an intervention is working. Join district leaders as they share their best practices for delivering data-informed interventions to support student success.
In this session we explore:
- Selecting appropriate research-based interventions
- Writing goals to match intervention plans
- Using data to identify the practices that are producing the desired results and those that are not!
- Showing the impact of Interventions through effective progress monitoring
Gregory S. Baker, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Staff Development, Penn Yan Central School District
Jessica Meisenheimer, Director of Special Programs, Liberty Public Schools
Christopher Hand, Director of Assessment, Evaluation and Testing, Department of Innovation and Learning, Liberty Public Schools
Tara Granzen, Ed.D, MTSS Coordinator K-12, Lincoln Charter Schools
Kara Mieszanek, Ed.D., Director of Teaching & Learning, Berkeley School District 87
Moderated by Colleen Edwards, Account Manager, Panorama Education