Rhode Island Multi-Tiered System of Supports

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Materials characterized as "Presentation" include PowerPoint files, accompanying handouts, templates, and readings, and any other training materials utilized in face-to-face MTSS Tier 1 training sessions.


Training characterized as "Online Learning" provides users with short online learning opportunities on a variety of Tier 1 multi-tiered system of supports topics. These online learning opportunities can be utilized in a variety of ways, including to provide MTSS participants with additional training, to increase staff capacity on MTSS concepts, or to disseminate information on MTSS to a variety of stakeholders.

Critical Feature 1: Consensus Building and Commitment

Critical Feature 2: Building Leadership Team Critical Feature 3: Core Instruction Critical Feature 4: Utilize Data Tools for Academic and Behavior Decision-Making Critical Feature 5: Plan for School-Wide Implementation and Sustainability
*Note: The online learning modules and videos available here are not JAWS compliant. Please contact RIMTSS@ric.edu for alternative versions if needed.

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