Implementing an effective intervention model is complicated. Whether it’s due to lack of resources, unclear objectives, inconsistent professional development, or having to navigate changes in funding regulations, ongoing challenges make it difficult to implement an intervention framework with fidelity and realize it’s true purpose: to improve student outcomes.
A popular model for delivering intervention and support for students with diverse learning needs is Response to Intervention, or RTI. But what makes an intervention model, like RTI, successful?
Join us to hear Dale Webster, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer at the Consortium on Reaching Excellence in Education (CORE), discuss strategies for creating an effective intervention program for grades K-8, including:
Essential components of a RTI framework as applied in grades K–8
Important considerations for implementing a multi-tiered system of support
Evidence-based instructional strategies for effective interventions in math and literacy
How to effectively use data from progress monitoring to inform instruction
Date: Thursday, February 18
Time: 1:00 PM CST
Duration: 60 minutes
Dale Webster, Ph.D.
Chief Academic Officer at the Consortium on
Reaching Excellence in Education (CORE)
For 24 years, Dale has had extensive experience at all levels
of education: school site, district, county office, state
board/state dept. of education, and university.
Dale is currently the Chief Academic Officer for CORE,
a professional development/technical assistance firm supporting
the implementation of scientifically-based reading and math instruction, K-12.