Presenter: Dr. Judy Elliott
Dates: February 14, March 7, April 4, May 2
Registration Fee: No cost for Alaskan Educators
Credit: One optional university credit is available for attending all webinars and participating in online assignments and discussions.
Registration coming in January.
Where are you now? Where do you want to be? By when?
In this series we will explore data-based decision making, and the systems and infrastructures necessary to build the capacity for sustainable Multiple Tiers of Systems of Supports (MTSS) implementation.
Our sessions will encompass:
Session 1 – Ensuring a common language and a common understanding of the six components of MTSS
Session 2 – The role of school-based leadership teams and changing mindsets
Session 3 – Data-based problem solving: moving from admiring data to data-driven decision making
Session 4 – Exploring Early Warning Systems and risk levels
Target Audience: K-12 Educators, School Leaders, MTSS Teams
Dr. Judy Elliott is the former Chief Academic Officer of the Los Angeles Unified School District where she was responsible for curriculum and instruction early childhood through adult education, professional development, innovation, accountability and assessment, and programs for all students including English language learners, students with disabilities, and gifted. Before that she was the Chief of Teaching and Learning in the Portland Oregon Public Schools. Dr. Elliott also was a Senior Researcher at the National Center on Educational Outcomes at the University of Minnesota. She started her career as a classroom teacher and then school psychologist. Judy continues to assist districts, national organizations, state departments of education in their efforts to update and realign curriculum frameworks, instruction, and assessment, and accountability that include all students.
Thank you to our partners at the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development.
This program was developed, in part, with the assistance of ESSER federal funds from the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development, awarded to the Alaska Council of School Administrators. However, this program does not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education & Early Development, nor endorsement by the Federal Government.