Free webinar series: RTI in Early Childhood (spring series)

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Handbook of Response to Intervention in Early Childhood

Highlighting insights from leaders in the field

How can you use RTI to help improve young children’s outcomes?

Learn about the role of tiered intervention in bolstering social-emotional, behavioral, and academic development

This spring, build on what you learned in the fall series of webinars on Response to Intervention (RTI) in early childhood settings with new presentations from key leaders in the field. In the spring series, learn about progress monitoring and RTI, tiered instruction in early childhood settings, embedded instruction to support early learning in RTI frameworks, and preschool inclusion and RTI for children with disabilities.

Times not convenient? Sign up anyway and you’ll be sent a link to a recording of the webinar. For the live sessions, bring your questions for a Q&A with the presenters at the end of the webinar.

Susan H. Landry, Ph.D.

Presented by Susan Landry

Progress Monitoring and Its Applicability for Use in RTI
original broadcast: April 17, 2014
Progress monitoring measures have come to the forefront of educational assessment with the emergence of RTI frameworks for identification of children with learning difficulties. The CIRCLE-Phonological Awareness, Language, and Literacy System (C-PALLS)—a progress monitoring tool for pre-K classrooms—is recognized to be strong predictor of academic success in kindergarten.In this webinar, learn how C-PALLS informs effective instructional practices for at-risk students, and helps ensure that the classroom teacher can provide quality instructional supports to all children in the classroom.
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Virginia Buysse

Presented by Virginia Buysse

Ellen S. Peisner-Feinberg, Ph.D.

& Ellen Peisner-Feinberg

All, Some, and a Few: Tiered Instruction in Early Childhood Settings
original broadcast: May 6, 2014
Recognition & Response (R&R), a promising tiered model of instruction for early childhood programs, promotes learning through quality instructional practices for all children and targeted interventions for some children.Join this free webinar to learn how this model of RTI is designed to match children’s individual learning needs, enhance development in young children, and ensure early school success.
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Patricia Snyder, Ph.D.

Presented by Pat Snyder

Embedded Instruction to Support Early Learning in RTI Frameworks
original broadcast: May 13, 2014
Embedded instruction has been demonstrated to support children’s participation in the general preschool curriculum while addressing individualized learning and instruction needs. It focuses on providing instruction based on children’s learning targets during everyday activities, routines, and transitions.In this webinar, learn the components and practices of embedded instruction and how it can be used across tiers of RTI frameworks.
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William H. Brown, Ph.D.

Presented by Bill Brown

Preschool Inclusion and RTI for Children with Disabilities
original broadcast: May 29, 2014
Integrating preschool inclusion and RTI principles in early childhood programs is sorely needed in the age of accountability. While there are challenges to integrating both movements, this free webinar explains how elements of the individualized educational program (IEP) and RTI processes might strengthen preschool inclusion.
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Fall series
Be sure to see the presentations in the RTI in Early Childhood fall series.

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In the presentations in the fall series, you’ll get an overview of RTI and learn about statewide structures and supports for effectively implementing an early childhood RTI system. You’ll also get pointers on how to use a tiered intervention approach to support young dual language learners, and to improve the early mathematics skills as well as the social-emotional and behavioral development of all young learners.