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Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF) Discussion Hour with Kelcey Schmitz & Susan Barrett

August 11 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

The Northwest MHTTC and Pacific Southwest MHTTC are excited to bring you a 5-part discussion hour series to deepen your knowledge around Interconnected Systems Framework.

The ISF Discussion Hours are part of a collaboration between the Northwest & Pacific Southwest MHTTC’s to bring you training and technical assistance on the Interconnected Systems Framework. Click here to learn more about our 3-part webinar series and access recordings and presentation materials.


About the Discussion Hours:

Did you register and attend one or more of our ISF Webinar Series and want to learn and discuss more with colleagues? Webinars are the launch of learning, and we know that while our three, 60-minute webinars helped us gain foundational language and hear from leaders in the field, many of you wanted the chance to share with one another, ask questions, and continue the intensive discourse needed to create transformational educational environments through ISF.

 

Join us for five extension Interconnected Systems Framework Discussion Hours to deepen your knowledge. These sessions are supported by Susan Barrett & our ISF Field Leaders, and made meaningful with your participation. Presenters & participants will share their ISF implementation challenges, celebrations, and lessons learned or learning.

**Learn more and access all presentation materials and recordings after the event here.**


Prerequisites: 

We strongly ask that if you are joining one or more of the ISF Discussion hours, please 1) download and read the three ISF Fact Sheets and 2) watch or listen to the three ISF Webinar Series recordings. You can access all fact sheets & webinar recordings here.


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