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Multi-Tiered System of Support

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  1. Multi-Tiered System of Support Data Teams and TIPS Processes

  2. Objectives • Participants will understand the MTSS process including the steps utilized to review universal screening and progress monitoring data • Participants will be able use the problem-solving process to support student needs

  3. MTSS Processes

  4. Current Processes How do you currently: • determine those students who need interventions and progress monitoring,  • determine those students who are supported by a PEP, • complete the PEP paperwork (include the form used), and • complete Individual student problem solving (who is on the team, how often does it meet, etc.)?

  5. Goals of MTSS • Being prevention oriented: knowing who needs support as early as possible each year and putting those supports in place • Implementing evidence-based interventions for all students and tailoring interventions based on student’s needs • Using progress monitoring data to know when to make a change in instruction

  6. Universal screening or progress monitoring data indicates student is at risk for developing difficulties and may need additional supports

  7. Data team meets to determine specific areas of need for groups of students and intervention to support student

  8. Structuring Team Meetings:Using Student Data

  9. Intervention is implemented. Strategic or progress monitoring is completed by the interventionist. Parent letter is sent home and signed.

  10. Data is reviewed after 6 to 10 weeks of intervention implementation

  11. Data is reviewed after 6 to 10 weeks of intervention implementation

  12. Communicate with ParentsSend home parent letter if changes have been made

  13. Student Reaches Goal

  14. Data indicates student needs additional support and individual problem solving is necessaryIndividual Problem Solving Team (IPS Team)

  15. Process

  16. TIPS Processes

  17. IPS Teams

  18. How does this happen?IPS Team Calendar

  19. September Tasks • Identify core IPS Team members • Enter team member names in Google Doc • Identify meeting days, times, etc. and add to master calendar • Complete Site-Based Data Accessibility Worksheet • Identify Content Specialists

  20. How does this happen?IPS Team Process

  21. Meeting Preparation

  22. Meeting Preparation • Schedule IPS Team meeting with key people • Core IPS Team members • Staff members who work with student • Content specialists • Submit Form O to school nurse • Send home Parent Notification and Parent Input forms • Review completed parent questionnaire • Have student’s teacher complete Teacher Input Form

  23. Step 1

  24. Roles and Responsibilities Be sure that at the table you have: • Facilitator • Data Analyst • Minute Taker • Staff members who work with student • Content specialists

  25. Process

  26. Ella’s Situation General Information • Fifth Grade Student • Passed her hearing and vision screenings • Parent Notification form sent • Parent Input Form sent

  27. Ella’s Situation Current Data

  28. Discuss Situation • Based on the information shared, what is the overall problem/concern for this student? • What questions do you have about Ella? What do you want to know more about? • How might you obtain the information/data? • Who would be responsible for obtaining that information/data? • When will the information/data be obtained?

  29. Capture Meeting • Review pages 1 and 2 of the IPS Team Meeting Form and note the sections for capturing:

  30. Review Sample Review pages 1-3 of the sample. Discuss: • In what ways do these pages capture the conversation you had about Ella? • How does this information guide your next steps to support the student? • What do you notice about the specificity of the information?

  31. Step 2

  32. Ella’s Situation: Information Gathering Plan: Report Out Review pages 4 and 5 of the Sample to analyze the results of a variety of additional data sources regarding Ella’s needs (Table: Who shared and what were the results?)

  33. Discuss Situation Based on the information shared, answer the following questions with your team: • Who is having the problem? Are there others who are commonly associated with the problem? • What is the problem? • When is the problem occurring? • Where is the problem occurring? • Why is the problem occurring? Then, write a precise problem statement using this information to capture the primary concerns for Ella.

  34. Discuss Situation Once you have written the precise problem statement, discuss the answers to the following: • What interventions will be put in place that you think will have the desired outcome? • Who will implement the interventions? • When will the intervention be put in place? • What is the goal of the intervention? When will the team meet again to determine if the intervention is effective? • How will fidelity be determined? • What data will measure intervention effectiveness? How often will data be gathered? Who will review and report the data?

  35. Capture Meeting Review pages 3 and 4 of the IPS Team Meeting Form and note the sections for capturing: • Precise problem statement • Documentation of interventions • Who • When • Goal and Timeline • Fidelity • Effectivess

  36. Review Sample Review pages 6-8 of the sample. Discuss: • In what ways do these pages capture the conversation you had about Ella? • How does this information guide your next steps to support the student? • What do you notice about the specificity of the information?

  37. Step 3

  38. Ella’s Situation:Monitor Impact of Solution and Compare Against Goal Discuss Situation: Use this information and the Decision Making Tree to determine the next steps for Ella and the team.

  39. Capture Meeting • Review pages 6 of the IPS Team Meeting Form and note the sections for capturing the information about fidelity shared at the meeting.

  40. Review Sample Review pages 10-12 of the sample. Discuss: • In what ways do these pages capture the conversation you had about Ella? • How does this information guide your next steps to support the student? • What do you notice about the specificity of the information?

  41. IPS Team Purpose Turn to someone next to you and explain the purpose of each one of the steps of the IPS Team meeting.

  42. Questions, Comments, or Concerns

  43. Next Steps