One-Day Professional Development Summit: Understanding the School Counselor’s Role in MTSS
Provided in partnership with Orange County Department of Education, Educational Services Division
Date & TIME
March 20, 2019
8:30am – 12:30pm
Yolo County Office of Education
Conference Center–Davis and Washington Rooms
1280 Santa Anita Court, Suite 120
Woodland, CA 95776
This training is intended to support School Counselors and Administrators at the County, District and Site level and to highlight the critical role of School Counselors in the implementation of the CAMTSS Continuum of Support, including appropriate implementation of universal (T1), supplemental (T2), and intensified (T3) school counseling supports. The training will include an introduction to the Multi-Tiered, Multi-Domain System of Supports (MTMDSS), which promotes the academic, social/emotional, and college and career development of all students. The content will cover how school counselors use equitable, evidence-based practices, whole system engagement, and data-driven planning to align the school counseling program to the district's LCAP goals and help develop aligned services. This training will also highlight the alignment of MTMDSS to the ASCA National Model, including the capacity of school counselors to be leaders, advocates, collaborators, and agents of systems change.
MEET THE PRESENTER
Trish Hatch, PhD, is the President and CEO of Hatching Results, providing comprehensive professional development for school counselors and administrators nationwide. Her best-selling textbooks include P3H–Pilots, Passengers, Prisoners & Hijackers: An Educator’s Guide to Handling Difficult People While Moving Forward (Hatch, 2018), Hatching Results for Elementary School Counseling: Implementing Core Curriculum & Other Tier One Activities (Hatch, Duarte, & De Gregorio 2018), The Use of Data in School Counseling: Hatching Results for Students, Programs, and the Profession (Hatch, 2013), Evidence-Based Practice in School Counseling: Making a Difference with Data-Driven Practices (Dimmit, Carey, & Hatch, 2007), and the ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs (ASCA, 2003, 2005).