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RI MTSS: School-wide Data Based Decision Making (A Continual Cycle of Improvement)

RI MTSS: School-wide Data Based Decision Making (A Continual Cycle of Improvement)

Author: Nicole Bucka
Description:

This tutorial is intended as a booster to a full day of MTSS training, a tool for coach or administrator preview/review, and is not recommended to replace the in depth training and coaching.

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Tutorial

A Walk Through School-wide Data Based Decision Making: A Continual Cycle of Improvement

Source: Adapted from a variety of NASDSE, PBIS, NCII, & Harvard Education Resources

Graphic Organizer: School-wide Data Based Decision Making for Screening Data

This is the graphic organizer utilized in the process shown above in the tutorial. For an electronic copy that is editable, please contact your MTSS Technical Assistance provider. This form is available in an interactive Google form. Please contact your technical assistance provider to access.

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Source: Adapted from a variety of NASDSE, PBIS, NCII, & Harvard Education resources

Graphic Organizer: School-wide Data Based Decision Making for Early Warning Data

This is the graphic organizer from the process demonstrated above, but altered slightly for Early Warning Data (attendance, course failure, & behavior). This may align better to some school/district focus areas, but as this demonstrates the process remains consistent.

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Source: Adapted from a variety of NASDSE, PBIS, NCII, & Harvard Education resources

Evidence Based Instructional Improvement

This tool, adapted from the National Center on Intensive Intervention, is referred to when this team is brainstorming evidence based solution ideas. This one is generic (learning broadly) as opposed to literacy, math, or writing specifically. We have addendum options for the specific skill areas.

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Source: adapted from the National Center on Intensive Intervention