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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Young Children


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Driving Change in Early Education
Volume Editors: Judith J. Carta Ph.D., Robin Miller Young Ed.D., NCSP   Chapter Authors: Mary Abbott, Katherine Bravo Aguayo, Lynette K. Chandler Ph.D., Lillian K. Durán Ph.D., Lise K. Fox Ph.D., Howard Goldstein Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Charles R. Greenwood Ph.D., Jessica Hardy Ph.D., Christa D. Haring Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Mary Louise Hemmeter Ph.D., Robin L. Hojonski Ph.D., Jaclyn Joseph MSW, BCBA, Ruth A. Kaminski Ph.D., Lisa L. Knoche Ph.D., Scott R. McConnell Ph.D., Allison Metz Ph.D., Arnold Olszewski Ph.D., Deanna Pearce Law Ed.D., Lindsey Peters-Sanders MAT-ESE, Joy C. Polignano, Kelly A Powell-Smith Ph.D., Jennifer Schroeder, Susan M. Sheridan Ph.D., Barbara J. Smith Ph.D., Xigrid Soto M.A., Phillip S. Strain Ph.D., Alisha Wackerle-Hollman Ph.D.

ISBN: 978-1-68125-194-3
Pages: 304
Copyright: 2018
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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) is a framework for delivering effective and efficient services and supports to meet the needs of all young children and their families so they can achieve essential developmental and early academic learning outcomes. With this evidence-based planning guide, you'll discover how to design, implement, and monitor successful MTSS for children ages 3–5 across various early learning environments, including classrooms, programs, districts, and the state level.

LEARN HOW TO

  • assess readiness for systems-level change including modifying existing practices
  • employ shared-leadership and Implementation Science (IS) strategies for shifting into MTSS
  • set up a successful system of data-based decision making to ensure children’s needs are met
  • identify children who need additional supports and provide targeted or intensive interventions
  • develop, provide, and evaluate evidence-based primary, secondary and tertiary programming
  • provide effective instruction in key areas, including language, early literacy, and social-emotional skills
  • use MTSS to meet the needs of dual language learners and children with disabilities
  • engage families in designing a MTSS built on their strengths and needs
  • scale up MTSS implementation across a state
  • evaluate how well your MTSS is working and determine how to make improvements

Filled with the wisdom and research findings of more than 25 experts, this book brings you foundational information about MTSS plus concrete guidance on creating a system to help all learners reach their potential. Practical tools (reproducible and available online) help your team with key steps of MTSS implementation, and six videos enhance your application of important concepts covered in the book.

The ultimate MTSS guide for leaders at all system levels—and a visionary textbook for tomorrow's professionals—this book will help early childhood education professionals usher in big-picture change that will benefit all young learners.

Practical tools and resources

  • Six videos illustrating an Instructional Leadership Team coming to consensus and using IS to shift into MTSS and application of a four-step, data-based, decision-making process at the program/school, classroom and individual-child levels
  • Language Exposure Evaluation Report
  • Self-Assessment of Family Engagement Practices
  • Home–School Plan
  • Tune-Up Checklist
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Review by: Amanda VanDerHeyden, Ph.D., President of Education Research & Consulting, Inc. and Founder of Spring Math
"If you care about young children, read this book. This game-changing book brings together the best available evidence that takes you from leading a system improvement effort to the how-to ingredients of data-based decision making; effective implementation of Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 instruction; and support for social-emotional, language, and literacy development. This book is a change-driver because it calls attention to the current state of evidence that too many children experience less than optimal core instructional support for the mastery of foundational skills that pave the way for success in primary school. Going a step further, the authors (and invited contributors) walk the reader through making the needed upgrades with specific examples, checklists, and video demonstrations. Drs. Carta and Young have provided a book that can equip readers to make a difference in the lives of young children."
Review by: Ellen Peisner-Feinberg, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, FPG Child Development Institute
"With the growing use of multi-tiered instructional support systems in the early childhood field, this volume provides a valuable handbook focused on implementing MTSS in ECE programs. It offers clear guidance and real-world examples to help put these ideas into practice."
Review by: George Sugai, Ph.D., Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut at Storrs
"Carta and Young have gathered the best-of-the-best in early education to operationalize how MTSS is implemented by early childhood educators and is experienced by young children and their families. Their research, practices, examples, and explanations make this book the best available go-to resource on MTSS and young children."
About the Videos and Downloads
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Introduction to Multi-tiered Systems of Support in Early Education
Judith J. Carta

Chapter 2: Leadership Practices to Design and Operationalize MTSS Frameworks for Young Children
Robin Miller Young

Chapter 3: Employing Implementation Science to Transition Early Childhood Systems into MTSS Frameworks
Allison Metz, Jennifer Schroeder, and Robin Miller Young
  Appendix 3A: A Stage-Based Active Implementation Planning Tool
  Appendix 3B: Stages of Implementation Analysis

Chapter 4: Using Data-Based Decision Making to Improve Learning Outcomes for All Children
Robin L. Hojnoski and Joy C. Polignano

Chapter 5: Developing and Sustaining High Quality Tier 1 Early Literacy and Language Practices
Judith J. Carta, Charles R. Greenwood, and Mary Abbott
  Appendix: Tune-Up Checklist

Chapter 6: Designing and Implementing Tier 2 Instructional Support in Early Literacy and Language
Arnold Olszewski, Christa Haring, Xigrid T. Soto, Lindsey Peters, and Howard Goldstein

Chapter 7: Designing and Implementing Tier 2 Instructional Supports to Promote Social-Emotional Outcomes
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Lise Fox, Phil Strain, Jessica K. Hardy, and Jaclyn Joseph

Chapter 8: Creating and Providing Tier 3 Instructional Support
Ruth A. Kaminski, Kelly A. Powell-Smith, and Katherine Bravo Aguayo

Chapter 9: Meeting the Needs of Young Dual Language Learners in Multi-tiered Systems of Support
Lillian Durán & Alisha Wackerle-Hollman
  Appendix: Language Exposure Evaluation Report (LEER)

Chapter 10: Meeting the Needs of Young Children with Disabilities in a Blended ECE and ECSE Multi-Tiered System of Supports
Robin Miller Young and Lynette K. Chandler, and Judith J. Carta

Chapter 11: Scaling Up Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Lise Fox, Barbara J. Smith, and Deanna Pearce Law

Chapter 12: Engaging Families in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Lisa L. Knoche and Susan M. Sheridan
  Appendix 12A: Self-Assessment of Family Engagement Practices
  Appendix 12B: Home-School Plan

Chapter 13: The Path Forward for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support in Early Education
Scott McConnell

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