The Mini-Module Series: Foundations of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support features five chapters of content:
- The Critical Features of Tier Two Interventions
The goal of this chapter is for participants to identify the critical features of a Tier Two intervention as outlined by the Tiered Fidelity Inventory.
- Practices Matched to Student Need
The goal of this chapter is to better understand how to match intervention practices to meet student needs.
- The Essential Components of a Hypothesis Statement
The goal of this chapter is to understand the critical components of a hypothesis statement within a behavioral support plan.
- Student, Family and Community Involvement in Behavior Planning
The goal of this chapter is to understand the importance of engaging the student, family, and community resources, as appropriate, to develop effective Tier Three plans for intervention and support.
- The Features of a Comprehensive Support Plan.
The goal of this chapter is to help participants understand the core features of a comprehensive support plan for students who have not responded to universal or targeted supports, and would benefit from more intensive intervention.
This series is brought to you by Connecticut’s State Education Resource Center, with funding from the Connecticut School Climate Transformation Grant. The U.S. Department of Education awarded Connecticut the grant in 2014, and SERC and the Connecticut State Department of Education subsequently undertook a statewide analysis of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. This analysis attempted to identify strengths of implementation, as well as areas for improvement that could be targeted through improved training and technical assistance. Each chapter will provide foundational information through which schools can improve implementation.
Viewers may watch each chapter individually, or combined into a single 58 minute presentation.