2018 RTI Spring Institute

The Building RTI Capacity project is hosting a two-day Response to Intervention (RTI) Institute. Valuable inter-regional professional development will be provided to campus teams of educators and school leaders, as well as district leaders. The Campus Needs Assessment Tool will be used to 

  • build connections between colleagues, 
  • answer frequently asked questions, and
  • address common implementation issues related to instruction, intervention and assessment areas

This two-day institute is FREE and open to all Texas educators.

Topics will include

  • Developing a better understanding of RTI as a framework for learning and behavior
  • Exploring assessments and the use of student data to inform RTI implementation
  • Learning to select a research-based intervention
  • Addressing the needs of students requiring intensive intervention
  • Considering how restorative practices can positively impact behavior
  • Identifying action steps to strengthen your campus' RTI framework
  • Discovering new resources for children and youth in foster care
  • Networking with district foster care liaisons and Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS) staff members (separate meeting)

Directions & Map
Occurrence: Daily from February 21, 2018 through February 22, 2018. - SESSION: 2018 rti spring institute - 1
Day Date Event Start Event End Location
Wednesday 02/21/2018 09:00 AM 04:00 PM Offsite » Other » Collin College Spring Creek Campus
Thursday 02/22/2018 09:00 AM 04:00 PM Offsite » Other » Collin College Spring Creek Campus
Contact Susan Speed - susan.speed@region10.org
Delivery Mode Face to Face
Presenter Susan Speed
Fee Free
Credit Hours / Type 12 - CPE
Language English
Section Description

Building RTI Capacity project is hosting a two-day Response to Intervention (RTI) Institute. Valuable inter-regional professional development will be provided to campus teams of educators and school leaders, as well as district leaders. The CampusNeeds Assessment Tool will be used to

  • build connections between colleagues,
  • answer frequently asked questions, and
  • address common implementation issues related to instruction, intervention and assessment areas.
This two-day institute is FREE and open to all Texas educators.
 
Topics will include
  • Developing a better understanding of RTI as a framework for learning and behavior
  • Exploring assessments and the use of student data to inform RTI implementation
  • Learning to select a research-based intervention
  • Addressing the needs of students requiring intensive intervention
  • Considering how restorative practices can positively impact behavior
  • Identifying action steps to strengthen your campus’ RTI framework
  • Discovering new resources for children and youth in foster care
  • Networking with district foster care liaisons and Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS) staff members (separate meeting)