Many math educators have heard all about the impressive reading gains teachers and students have achieved with Response to Intervention (RTI). With its focus on early screening, early intervention and systematic progress monitoring, RTI helps teachers take early action whenever any of their students encounters learning problems.
Now, math teachers can use some of the same principles and strategies to raise the math achievement of their students and ensure that all their students are making consistent progress. RTI can help math educators feel assured that no student, no matter what their academic level, is invisibly falling behind.
Researcher and educator Paul Riccomini will guide you in bringing RTI to your math classroom. The purpose of this webinar is to introduce and develop the 8 core principles of an effective RTI framework for math. This webinar will provide specific content, instructional, and intervention recommendations for developing an RTI system that draws upon currently available research-based evidence for teaching mathematics.
- The 8 core principles of an effective RTI model in K-8 math
- How to design an RTI framework that helps students at all skill levels achieve more in math
- The most recent advances in universal screening, progress monitoring and data-based management systems
- Recommendations for effective instructional practices for students who have disabilities or struggle in math
- How to use explicit instruction to improve learning outcomes
- Implementing interventions in both large and small groups
- Best practices for collaboration between special ed and regular teachers