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Wednesday, July 25 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
We're Not Ready for MTSS......What About a Pathway? (SCC 309)

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The thought of MTSS Comprehensive Implementation can be overwhelming! Within this session, participants will learn how Indiana is adapting SWIFT TA Practices as entry points or Pathways to MTSS. While each Pathway (Teaming, Data, Design, Priorities Planning) leads to MTSS Comprehensive Implementation, it enhances commitment and engagement of local leaders, acknowledges district/school strengths and interests, and makes the work more feasible with early momentum. Pathways to MTSS are flexible, allowing districts/schools to seamlessly adjust their focus as new information arises or as goals are modified. Examples and resources pertaining to each Pathway from our work in Indiana will be shared. Click Here for Session Handouts

Speakers
avatar for Angela McKinney

Angela McKinney

Consultant, IEPRC, Indiana IEP Resource Center (IEPRC)
Dr. Angela McKinney is a school psychologist and a project consultant for the Indiana IEP Resource Center (IEPRC). She is a graduate of Indiana University and Indiana State University. Training interests include evaluation and eligibility, case conference processes, and multi-tiered... Read More →
avatar for Michael McSheehan

Michael McSheehan

Coordinator of Technical Assistance, SWIFT, University of New Hampshire
Michael McSheehan is a Project Director at the University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability and Center on Inclusive Education. He serves as the Coordinator of Technical Assistance for the School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation (SWIFT) Education Center, currently... Read More →
avatar for Jolly Piersall

Jolly Piersall

Director, Indiana IEP Resource Center (IEPRC)
Jolly Piersall has been a special educational professional for over 35 years and is currently the Director of the Indiana IEP Resource Center (IEPRC). The IEPRC is a federally funded project administered by Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) through Indiana State University Blumberg... Read More →
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Marcae Wilburn

Project Coordinator, IEPRC, Indiana State University
Marcee Wilburn has worked in the field of Special Education for over 10 years. For six years, she taught both general and special education across settings while earning a Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. In 2012, she began working as the Coordinator... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 1:45pm - 2:45pm
SCC 309


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