How to Get Involved in MITTIN

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Beta Testing

  • Teachers and students in secondary transition programs explore the Beta Version of modules to identigy "bugs" and issues to be fixed
  • Provide feedback on modules through a survey
  • Commitment: Kick-off meeting for set-up and instructions; classroom usage for 2-4 weeks

Focus Groups

  • Educators provide feedback via a structured protocol combined with freeform discussion
  • Focus is on identifying commonalities and themes regarding overall practice and lesson design rather than the technical aspects of the modules
  • Commitment: A one-time commitment of 1-2 hours

Learning Lab

  • PLC learners strengthen their leadership presentation, and facilitation skills
  • Deepen their understanding of module use and how best to support and lead teachers/students
  • Commitment: 6 online and/or in person sessions, once monthly Oct - April

MSU Research

  • Dr. Emily Bouck examines the online modules and work with students with disabilities
  • Commitment: 3-5 baseline sessions, intervention session and 2 maintenance sessions per student

Professional Learning Community (PLC)

  • Educators learn about and explore modules with colleagues from around the state
  • Collaborative sessions are intentionally designed to share instructional insights and strategies
  • Commitment: 6 onlines sessions, once monthly Oct - April


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