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Video: TIPS Framework 2/8: Meeting Foundations in Team-Initiated Problem Solving
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This video describes the critical components of a team meeting within the Team Initiated Problem Solving process: Predictability, participation, communication, accountability.

TIPS Framework 2/8: Meeting Foundations in Team-Initiated Problem Solving. This video describes the critical components of a team meeting within the Team Initiated Problem Solving process: Predictability, participation, communication, accountability.

Video: TIPS Framework 5/8: Aligning Solutions with Precise Problem Statements in Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)
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This video describes how teams determine which solutions will work best for the precise problem they identified using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: What are we going to do?

TIPS Framework 5/8: Aligning Solutions with Precise Problem Statements in Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS).

Video: TIPS Framework 4/8: Identifying Goals in Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)
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This video describes how teams define what success will look like when the problem they’ve identified is solved using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: How will we know we’ve been successful?

TIPS Framework 4/8: Identifying Goals in Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS). This video describes how teams define what success will look like when the problem they’ve identified is solved using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model.

Video: TIPS Framework 8/8: Summative Evaluation Decisions in Team-Initiated Problem Solving
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This video summarizes the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) process and identifies the decision points in the process that either take teams back through problem solving or represent the moments when the problem is no longer a problem requiring their attention.

TIPS Framework 8/8: Summative Evaluation Decisions in Team-Initiated Problem Solving.

Resource: How School Teams Use Data to Make Effective Decisions: Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)
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PDF: With multiple sources of information available, knowing how to use data efficiently and effectively with limited resources is critical to the successful implementation of schoolwide, classroom, and individual interventions. In this practice guide, we describe a scientifically-based approach for data-based decision-making called Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) that includes guidance for school-based teams on (a) the foundations needed to run more effective meetings, (b) a process for using data to identify school needs and goals for change as well as for planning practical and effective solutions, and (c) a process for using, monitoring, and adapting solutions.

How School Teams Use Data to Make Effective Decisions: Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS).

Resource: TIPS Fidelity Checklist Tier 2—Brief
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PDF: The Team Initiated Problem Solving Fidelity Checklist Tier 2 (TIPS-FC -T2) is a progress-monitoring tool for a team and their coach to use as a guide for planning, implementing, and sustaining best practice meeting foundations and using data for problem solving and decision-making for teams coordinating and implementing supplemental and intensive supports.

The Team Initiated Problem Solving Fidelity Checklist Tier 2 (TIPS-FC -T2) is a progress-monitoring tool for a team and their coach to use as a guide for planning, implementing, and sustaining best practice meeting foundations and using data for problem solving

Video: TIPS Training Meeting 1
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This video provides an example of a Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) training meeting.

This video provides an example of a Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) training meeting. Running Time: 12:15. min. Topic(s): Data-based Decision Making. Coaching. Published: March 29, 2021. Keywords: TIPS. Tier 1

Video: TIPS Framework 3/8: TIPS Problem-solving Process Overview
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This video describes how teams define the problem they want to solve with precision using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model.

TIPS Framework 3/8: TIPS Problem-solving Process Overview. This video describes how teams define the problem they want to solve with precision using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. Running Time: 2:53. min. Topic(s): Data-based Decision Making.

Video: TIPS Meeting Foundations Overview
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Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) is a model that addresses barriers by breaking down problem solving into six critical steps to guide teams through a data-based decision making process that leads to desired outcomes.

Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) is a model that addresses barriers by breaking down problem solving into six critical steps to guide teams through a data-based decision making process that leads to desired outcomes. Running Time: 1:32. min.

Video: TIPS Framework 7/8: Monitor Impact of Solutions and Compare Against Goal
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This video describes how teams monitor the impact of their solutions using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: Did our solution work?

This video describes how teams monitor the impact of their solutions using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: Did our solution work? Running Time: 1:48. min. Topic(s): Data-based Decision Making.

Video: TIPS Framework 1/8: TIPS Process Overview
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This video provides a brief overview of the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS): a research-based process to guide teams through high quality decision making to achieve better outcomes for students.

This video provides a brief overview of the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS): a research-based process to guide teams through high quality decision making to achieve better outcomes for students. Running Time: 2:35. min.

Video: TIPS Framework 6/8: Implement Solutions with Integrity
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This video describes how teams determine if the intervention they selected was implemented as planned using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: Did we do what we said we would do?

This video describes how teams determine if the intervention they selected was implemented as planned using the Team Initiated Problem Solving model. In this step, teams look to answer the question: Did we do what we said we would do?

Video: A Team Using TIPS: Tier I Coordination Meeting (Exploration)
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This video provides an example of a Tier I or Universal Leadership Team using the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model to develop and implement Tier I systems and interventions for academic and social success; monitor fidelity of implementation of Tier I systems and supports; monitor academic and social progress for all students; and screen, select, and refer students in need of additional supports.

A Team Using TIPS: Tier I Coordination Meeting (Exploration).

Resource: Data Analyst's Worksheet
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Word Doc: A worksheet to be used by the data analyst role before a team meeting using the Team Initiated Problem Solving Framework (TIPS). Use your academic or behavior data to create a snapshot view of your school’s performance overall (e.g., by grade level, intervention status, race/ethnicity, gender).

A worksheet to be used by the data analyst role before a team meeting using the Team Initiated Problem Solving Framework (TIPS).

Video: A Team Using TIPS: Grade Level Meeting
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This video provides an example of a Grade Level (4th grade) Team using the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model to develop, implement, and monitor academic progress at grade level; monitor fidelity of implementation of academic curricula at grade level, and refer students to Tier II-III team when extra support is needed.

A Team Using TIPS: Grade Level Meeting.

Resource: TIPS Fidelity Checklist
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Word Doc: The Team Initiated Problem Solving Fidelity Checklist (TIPS-FC) is a progress-monitoring tool for a team and their coach to use as a guide for planning, implementing, and sustaining best practice meeting foundations and using data for problem solving and decision-making.

The Team Initiated Problem Solving Fidelity Checklist (TIPS-FC) is a progress-monitoring tool for a team and their coach to useas a guide for planning, implementing, and sustaining best practice meeting foundations and using data for problem solving anddecision-making

Video: A Team Using TIPS: Tier II-III Coordination Meeting
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This meeting video provides an example of a Tier II-III Coordination Team using the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model to identify & select students in need of Tier II & Tier III supports; establish and facilitate individual support teams as needed; monitor progress for students receiving Tier II & Tier III supports; and, monitor fidelity of Implementation of Tier II & Tier III supports.

A Team Using TIPS: Tier II-III Coordination Meeting.

Video: A Team Using TIPS: Tier I Coordination Meeting (Abbreviated Meeting)
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This video provides an example of a Tier I or Universal Leadership Team using the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model to develop and implement Tier I systems and interventions for academic and social success; monitor fidelity of implementation of Tier I systems and support; monitor academic and social progress for all students; and screen, select, and refer students in need of additional supports.

A Team Using TIPS: Tier I Coordination Meeting (Abbreviated Meeting).

Resource: TIPS District Readiness Checklist
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PDF: This checklist identifies critical district-level system features that will help support initial adoption and ongoing sustainability of TIPS. This checklist can be used as a self-assessment or coaching tool prior to a district adopting and implementing the TIPS model.

The Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) District Readiness Checklist. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon, Educational and Community Supports. Materials. : PDF. Related Resources

Resource: TIPS School Readiness Checklist
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PDF: This checklist identifies critical school-level system features that will help support initial adoption and ongoing sustainability of TIPS. This checklist can be used as a self-assessment or coaching tool prior to a district adopting and implementing the TIPS model.

The Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) School Readiness Checklist. Eugene, OR. University of Oregon, Educational and Community Supports. Materials. : PDF. Related Resources

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