On the 26th of September, the VIS Primary School Principal, Chad Wood, had the distinct privilege of being invited by the Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS) for an interesting session organised for the member schools. The session revolved around the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), inclusion, and the practical insights required for implementing an MTSS framework within an international school context.
Chad passionately discussed strategies for creating a more inclusive learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of all students. He emphasized the significance of addressing and removing barriers to the implementation process, fostering an atmosphere of accessibility, and promoting an environment where all students can thrive.
The engaging presentation didn't merely scratch the surface but delved deep into the complexities of the subject matter, providing a comprehensive understanding of MTSS and inclusion within international schools. The significance of this presentation extends far beyond the confines of the event itself. It represents a broader commitment to advancing education that accommodates the unique needs of every student, irrespective of their background or abilities. This aligns perfectly with VIS's dedication to providing an exceptional educational experience that caters to a global community, embracing diversity and inclusivity as core values.
Chad Wood's involvement in this event reflects VIS's ongoing commitment to fostering collaboration, sharing knowledge, and continually improving educational practices. We extend our gratitude to ECIS for providing a platform for such critical discussions and look forward to further initiatives that promote inclusive education on a global scale.