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Friday, February 19 • 9:00am - 10:15am
One Admin. Team’s Journey to Implementing a Student Support and Student Response Model In a School.*THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE RECORDED*

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In September 2019, we noted that we had many students who were dysregulated and it became very clear to our admin team that we did not have a clear process of how to deal with the high levels of discipline and regulation concerns. Working with our own Central Office Team, as well as incorporating learning from a professional development session we attended on EA Allocation Model and Kite Teams presented by Marcie Perdue from Chinook’s Edge School Division, we made the decision that we would explore this model for St. Teresa of Avila School.
During this session, we will share the process we used to develop a Student Support and Student Response model at our school. Steps to developing these two models included:
Identification of students who require support in the areas of cognition, academics and communication as well as social emotional support.
Aligning educational assistant support with the identified student needs
Defining role of the educational assistant, literacy and inclusion support and administration within this model
Professional development for all staff
We hope that by sharing our journey others may learn and develop similar models of support within their school communities.
*THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE RECORDED*

Speakers
avatar for Chris McCullough

Chris McCullough

Conference Chair 2020, MYC
In September 2019, we noted that we had many students who were dysregulated and it became very clear to our admin team that we did not have a clear process of how to deal with the high levels of discipline and regulation concerns. Working with our own Central Office Team, as well... Read More →


Friday February 19, 2021 9:00am - 10:15am MST
CATCA Virtual Room 065