They’re Back! Now, How Are They Responding?

Wednesday February 1, 2023
10:45 - 11:45 AM
Room 103-106

As educators, we are challenged with meeting the needs of students as they return from the remote instructional model due to the pandemic. Research reveals that since school closures, students have demonstrated an academic, behavioral, social-emotional, and physical regression at high rates. Not only is learning loss a result but also unrealized learning. It is essential that we commit to helping students succeed, build staff capacity in identifying effective evidence-based interventions and fine-tune the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework in our schools. Though it is too early to measure the degree of learning loss, understanding the five components of the MTSS process is instrumental in integrating assessments and interventions within a school-wide plan to maximize student achievement, reduce behavior problems and strengthen social-emotional support. We must monitor how the evidence-based practiced identified are helping students succeed.

In-Person Lecture
classroom leaders
evidence based practices