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Supporting Comprehensive Small- and Large-Scale Implementation with the C&C App

Thursday, October 12, 2017 • 2:50pm

The C&C App is a new, web-based application designed to help mentors, coordinators, and administrators monitor and report student progress via their tablet or computer. The C&C App not only replaces paper-based monitoring forms, it provides numerous enhancements and customizations for coordinators and mentors, as well as on-demand reporting features. In this session, Check & Connect program manager Eileen Klemm and a member of the development team from the University of Minnesota's Educational Technology Innovations will demonstrate the new and long-awaited C&C web-based application and share how the C&C App supports comprehensive, small- and large-scale implementation. Learn more about the App at http://checkandconnect.umn.edu/app/.

Presented by Check & Connect, Institute on Community Integration and Educational Technology InnovationsSystemwide Application Track

Eileen Klemm, M.A.

Eileen Klemm photoEileen Klemm, M.A., is the program manager for Check & Connect, as well as a national trainer. Her education and early career background is in school-based speech-language pathology. Currently, she provides leadership and support in the overall development and training on Check & Connect. Ms. Klemm provides training nationally on Check & Connect, including implementation training and mentor training for schools and sites that want to implement Check & Connect. She also provides follow-up training in the form of a reflect/renew workshops for sites already implementing Check & Connect. She assesses the needs of sites and customizes training to meet those needs. Prior to her work ICI, Ms. Klemm provided statewide training on the implementation of federal regulations and Minnesota rules and statutes regarding special education services for children birth through age 21 for the Minnesota Department of Education. She also worked as a peer leader with both special education and general education staff ranging from early childhood providers to high school teachers and parent educators. In this capacity, she provided job-embedded professional development, including cognitive coaching for reflective practice, preceding and following staff observations. Ms. Klemm is presently pursuing a Ph.D. in organizational leadership, policy, and development with an emphasis in evaluation studies at the University of Minnesota. See blog post, New Leadership for Check & Connect: Letter from Eileen Klemm

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