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Successfully Integrating High-Impact Tutoring Into an MTSS Framework

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Successfully Integrating High-Impact Tutoring Into an MTSS Framework

Presented by Susanna Loeb, Professor of Education, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University; Angelin Thompson, Director of Extended Academic Learning, Denver Public Schools (CO); and Sarah Wilson, Tutoring and Policy Administrator, Ohio Department of Education & Workforce
Moderated by Toni Rader, Vice President of Learning Quality and Operations, Cignition, Inc.

Sponsored by Cignition, Inc.

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Cignition, Inc. is proud to partner with educational leaders across the country to offer insight into effective high-impact tutoring implementation. In this edLeader Panel, viewers hear from decision makers at the district and state levels on why they believe high-impact tutoring is so invaluable for academic intervention. They also:

  • Learn how to integrate tutoring sessions into existing school schedules
  • Understand strategies for selecting students to participate in tutoring
  • Hear how differentiated instruction is the key to results that teachers and parents hope for
  • Review funding sources for high-impact tutoring

Because Cignition is able to utilize a group model (up to four students for every one tutor), the total cost incurred by schools/districts is significantly reduced while also encouraging quality student-to-student interaction. Viewers leave the session equipped with practical tools and strategies to implement high-impact tutoring within an MTSS framework effectively.

Whether you’re an administrator seeking to boost academic achievement or an educator looking for innovative teaching strategies, this edLeader Panel provides valuable insights and actionable solutions for grades K-12.

Susanna Loeb

About the Presenters

Susanna Loeb is a Professor and Faculty Director of the Education Policy Initiative at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of the National Student Support Accelerator, which aims to expand access to high-impact tutoring to address inequities in educational opportunities. Prior to returning to Stanford in 2023, Susanna led the Annenberg Institute at Brown University, where she was also a Professor of Education and International and Public Affairs.

Susanna’s research focuses broadly on education policy and its role in improving educational opportunities for students. Her work has addressed issues of educator career choices and professional development, school finance and governance, and early childhood systems. Before moving to Brown, Susanna was the Barnett Family Professor of Education at Stanford. She was the Founding Director of the Center for Education Policy at Stanford and Co-director of Policy Analysis for California Education. Susanna led the research for both Getting Down to Facts projects for California schools. She is an affiliate of NBER and JPAL and a member of the National Academy of Education and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Angelin Thompson

Angelin Thompson is a dedicated educator with a passion for academic excellence. She holds a Bachelor of Science in education and a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction. With 23 years in education, Angelin is the Director of Extended Academic Learning for Denver Public Schools. She has been a tireless advocate for quality education, committed to innovation and understanding effective teaching methodologies. She has influenced the academic trajectory of many students.

Her expertise in curriculum development and instructional strategies has been vital in creating engaging learning environments. Her leadership ensures every student has access to high-quality education beyond the conventional classroom. Additionally, Angelin mentors educators, contributing to their professional development. Her experience and forward-thinking approach make her a trailblazer in education. Angelin’s commitment to educational excellence and leadership acumen make her a key figure in shaping the future of education in Denver and beyond.

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson serves as the Tutoring and Policy Administrator for the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce. She is responsible for all of the state and federally funded tutoring programs supporting local implementation efforts for high-dosage tutoring. Prior to her role supporting high-dosage tutoring in Ohio, Sarah supported Ohio’s college and career readiness initiatives for the Department and held roles in development, grant writing, and fundraising for nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions.

Toni Rader

About the Moderator

Since her start with Cignition in March 2021, Toni Rader has led K-12 online tutoring programs. As the Vice President of Learning Quality and Operations, Toni oversees the full staff cycle, from recruitment to training, and supervises a team of Program & Client Success Managers to ensure top-notch services for tutors, staff, and students. As the Product Manager, she spearheads user research to help prioritize new features and informs design and development decisions for the company’s tutoring platform and data dashboard.

Before Cignition, Toni held multiple positions during her 30-year career at the Washoe County School District, spanning from District Staff Development Administrator to Data Interpretation Trainer and teacher. Equipped with a master’s degree in education administration and project management certification along with specialized training in several educational domains, she leverages her vast experience to excel at Cignition and significantly contribute to its growth and mission.

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CignitionAs a leader in K-12 virtual tutoring for math and ELA, Cignition stands out for its innovative approach to education. They blend experienced teaching with research-based methodologies to deliver impactful learning experiences. Their focus on data-driven instruction and collaborative learning enhances student engagement and conceptual understanding. Cignition’s expert tutors, boasting significant classroom experience, tailor their approach to each student’s needs, ensuring personalized and effective learning journeys.

Setting a new standard for high-impact tutoring.

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