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Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

TEA COVID-19 MTSS Q&A Document

TIER Website

TIER stands for Tiered Interventions Using Evidence-Based Research.  With the assistance of TEA, The Meadows Center and University of Texas in Austin, a clear vision has been developed to build capacity within every LEA in Texas to effectively implement the statewide models for MTSS. We do this through the creation of professional learning content and resources which are easily accessible to every LEA within the state of Texas. Please visit their website (link is provided above).

 

STUDENT INTERVENTIONS:

Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

Working with students who exhibit persistent inappropriate behaviors can be one of the most challenging jobs. Behavior improvement in these students is possible with strong commitment from school professionals and varied resources to help support those who work with these troubled youth.
 

Interconnected Systems Framework

The Interconnected Systems Framework represents a proposed and developing interconnection of PBIS and School Mental Health systems to improve educational outcomes for all children and youth, especially those with, or at risk for developing mental health challenges.
 

Specialized Individual Student Interventions

A FREE web-based resource guides the user through student-specific behavior interventions.  Utilizing Intervention Central provides resources (at no charge) to help students who are struggling academically and behaviorally.  Click here for more information.
 

Systematic Screening for Behavioral Disorders

Developed by Hill Walker and published by Sopris West, this tool helps identify students at risk for developing behavior disorders in order to provide appropriate proactive interventions.
 

Interventions: Collaborative Planning for Students at Risk

A comprehensive positive behavioral support to help school personnel approach different inappropriate behaviors. Written by Randy Sprick and published by Sopris West.
 

Tough Kid Book and Toolbox

Written by William Jenson, et al, and published by Sopris West, this book provides practical, positive strategies for dealing with tough behaviors.
 

Data Tracking Tools

PBIS Tiered Data Tracking

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