College of Education and Human Development

Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement

Problem solving teams training

Build your school problem-solving

Build your school problem-solving team’s capacity to evaluate intervention effectiveness using a systematic approach. This self-paced course consists of 4 modules designed to help teams learn about effective teaming practices and processes to evaluate student outcomes, how to match interventions to student needs, and how to evaluate intervention effectiveness. Each team will receive data collaboration protocols and gain practical information to support best practices in data-based decision-making.

Modules are 4 hours each, totaling 16 hours of professional learning.

Course objectives

  • Increase knowledge in MTSS core components for building problem solving teams. • Increase knowledge in effective teaming practices. 
  • Understand how to identify and analyze problems, develop effective intervention plans,  implement interventions with fidelity, and evaluate student outcomes. 
  • Build capacity in implementing and sustaining effective practices at Tier 2 and 3. 
  • Manage and document information and decisions. Dates: You decide! This course is designed to be self-paced.

Dates: You decide! This course is designed to be self-paced.

Who should attend?

Building Problem-Solving Teams and Administrators


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