MoEdu-SAIL has a new look!

MoEdu-SAIL continues to be the online source of professional development materials and resources for Missouri school districts and the statewide system of support.

Educators and professional development providers can access the educator-learning materials using the links above.

Missouri Collaborative Work

The purpose of the Collaborative Work Grant is to improve learning for all students, especially students with disabilities, and improve teaching, by:

  • establishing and implementing effective and efficient collaborative teams,
  • implementing with fidelity and a high degree of effectiveness a variety of teaching/learning practices which have been proven to have a high effect size on student outcomes,
  • developing and administering common formative assessments to measure the effectiveness of teaching/learning practices as evidenced by student mastery of learning objectives, and
  • using data‐based decision making to guide decisions about classroom teaching/learning practices.

Missouri Multi-Tiered System of Support

The Missouri Multi-Tiered System of Support (MO-MTSS) is built around an integrated system of academic and social/behavioral supports. The MO-MTSS website is one of a continuum of resources to support professional learning and practice. While ideally designed for teams of teachers to use, the resources and materials on the website are designed to meet a wide range of learner needs.

Missouri Model Districts

Missouri Model Districts (MMD) is an opportunity offered to selected districts in an effort to advance and sustain effective educational practices and influence the design of MSIP 6. Using a district-level approach, the goal is to integrate effective academic and behavioral practices into a framework for achieving exceptional student outcomes.

Missouri Virtual Learning Platform (coming soon)

The Virtual Learning Platform is an online portal that will provide Department endorsed, evidence-based training. This training will be available to teachers and school administrators through the Department’s Web Application Portal and include space for user collaboration, pre/post assessment, handouts, worksheets, bookmarking of courses in progress, and other materials required for training.