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Using Social-Emotional and Behavioral Assessments to Support MTSS
Thursday, March 19, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Stephen Kilgus, Ph.D., Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Patti Wilson, Ph.D., RTI2 Coordinator, Clarksville-Montgomery County School System
Sponsored by FastBridge Learning
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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) promote academic and behavioral achievement through frequent progress monitoring, ongoing data collection and analyses, and evidence-based intervention for students who need it. Yet all too often, only academic formative assessments are used to identify struggling students and inform supports. Assessments to measure students’ social-emotional competencies are used far less often, which can leave educators wondering about the “why” behind students’ academic and behavior struggles.
In this information-packed webinar, presented by Dr. Stephen Kilgus, Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Patti Wilson, RTI2 Coordinator at Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) in Tennessee, learn:
- How PBIS and SEL fit within MTSS and work together to support students’ broader mental health
- How behavior screening and progress monitoring can facilitate overall MTSS efforts to improve student achievement
- Specific measures that can be used as the foundation of social-emotional and behavioral assessment
- How educators at CMCSS are using combined academic and behavior data to better inform instruction and interventions
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of the role social-emotional behavior screening and intervention has in building a robust MTSS that addresses the learning needs of the whole child.
About the Presenters
Dr. Stephen Kilgus serves as Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where his research primarily relates to social-emotional and behavioral assessment. His work has resulted in the development of evidence-based assessment procedures, as well as the validation of tools for universal screening, problem analysis, and progress monitoring. Dr. Kilgus has authored and contributed to the development of a number of assessments, including the SAEBRS screener and Direct Behavior Ratings (DBRs). He currently serves as a principal investigator on a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) regarding the validation of the Intervention Selection Profile (ISP), a suite of tools to inform the selection and modification of Tier 2 targeted interventions. Dr. Kilgus is also researching the development and evaluation of Tier 2 targeted interventions.
Dr. Patti Wilson serves as the Coordinator for Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI2) and Support Teams at the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (Clarksville, TN) where her responsibilities primarily relate to analyzing data to design effective and aligned student supports. As a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and state licensed Psychologist, Health Service Provider (HSP), her work has resulted in the development of evidence-based policies and procedures for identification and intervention for students with identified risk factors, as well as intensive training for teachers and parents on the process of universal screening, data analysis, intervention design and program planning. Dr. Wilson has authored and contributed to several professional journals, taught at the university level, and served in state leadership roles. Dr. Wilson is an avid consumer of instruction and intervention research related to all areas of student growth and success, including academic, social-emotional, and behavioral well-being.
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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm