Successful MTSS: Increase Student Outcomes

Bradley Witzel, PhD and Janey Copsey

Successful MTSS Overcoming Barriers to Increasing Student Outcomes

70 Minutes

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The Nation’s Report Card shows that many students’ skills are below grade level despite continuing intervention efforts. Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is an important approach to improving the performance of these students. However, you may face challenges such as difficulty embedding assessments, making curriculum decisions, and choosing instruction that meets each learner’s needs. Join us as our experts discuss these challenges one at a time.

In this free webinar, you will learn to:

  • Identify and overcome barriers to successful MTSS implementation
  • Implement assessment to drive instruction and intervention
  • Investigate research-supported approaches to maximize student performance in reading and math
About the Presenters

Bradley Witzel, PhD

Adelaide Worth Daniels Distinguished Professor
Western Carolina University

Dr. Bradley Witzel’s most recent books include Rigor in the RTI and MTSS Classroom, Teaching Elementary Mathematics to Struggling Learners, and Bridging the Arithmetic to Algebra Gap. He has served as a board member consulting with several states on RTI and MTSS, as an author/panelist on the Institute of Education Sciences RTI Math Practice Guide, and as an invited reviewer of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel Final Report.

Janey Copsey

MTSS Coordinator
Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools

Janey Copsey is a dedicated and passionate educator whose mission is to ensure that every student receives the comprehensive support they need to thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. She has served as a paraprofessional and classroom teacher at the elementary level and has experience working with students who have severe behavioral disorders. Janey is currently pursuing her Master’s in Special Education, General Curriculum at Western Carolina University.