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Charting Your Intervention Course: The Art and Science of Goal Setting
Wednesday October 10, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Dr. Denise Gibbs, RTI Consultant and Author
Sponsored by Renaissance®
Too often, districts implement a Response to Intervention (RTI) model without having a clear endpoint in mind. But if we don’t set specific, realistic, and measurable goals, how do we know whether an intervention is truly effective?
In this edWebinar, RTI expert and author Dr. Denise Gibbs shares practical advice for setting the right goals for intervention students—and for avoiding common mistakes. You’ll leave with a clear understanding of the two types of goals you should set, as well as:
- How to use goals as roadmaps for student learning
- When to adjust the pace of instruction to best meet student needs
- How to determine whether students are progressing appropriately
- What to look for when choosing an intervention program
Don’t miss this opportunity to get an expert’s insight on more effective goal setting—and more effective RTI—in your district. This recorded edWebinar will be of particular benefit to kindergarten through high school teachers, school and district leaders, assessment directors and coordinators, RTI directors and coordinators, intervention specialists, and instructional coaches and specialists.
About the Presenter
Denise Gibbs, EdD is a national RTI consultant and the author of four highly-regarded books, including Rising to Dyslexia Challenges Through Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and RTI in Middle and High School: Strategies and Structures for Literacy Success. She was formerly a professor of communication sciences and disorders and is now Director of the Alabama Scottish Rite Foundation Learning Centers.
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