PM Breakout 11
Using a Problem Solving Process with Multiple Data Sources to Drive an Equity-Based MTSS
with Brad Thorud
To center equity and ensure continuity across support tiers, we must continuously evaluate the impact of our practices and strategies on all student groups especially those groups that have been historically underserved and marginalized. In this session, learners will learn to use a problem solving process with multiple data sources with effective teaming structures to determine impact on students and student groups across all support tiers; and to ensure our systems, practices, and data do not inadvertently create further inequities.
This session develops the capacity for educators to address systemic barriers in education by using a problem solving process with multiple data sources within an MTSS to determine impact on members of historically marginalized groups across all support tiers; and to ensure our systems, practices, and data do not inadvertently create further inequities.
After this session
- Leaders will be able to identify the multiple-data sources school teams will use to ensure equitable impact on all students and student groups across support tiers.
- Leaders will examine current teaming structures and practices, and develop action steps to increase the capacity of teams to effectively use multiple-data sources that determine impact on students and student groups.
- Leaders will learn teaming strategies and practices to analyze disaggregated data sources to disproportionate impact on students and student groups across instructional support tiers.
Best people for this session
- Elementary Principals
- Central Office admins
- School Executives