Using a tiered instructional framework model, participants will learn how to deliver sound, research-based instruction focused on specific student challenges. Through high quality, differentiated and scientifically based instruction, participants will learn how to scaffold learning strategy carefully with increased intensity to meet students at their identified level of performance and rate of progress as leveraged with SLOs, IEP goals, and standards criteria. Increased achievement and closing learning gaps are priorities when intervening strategically for Tiers II and III students.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Understand how to use and apply tiered instructional models to close achievement gaps among Tiers II and III students.
- Learn and practice with the assessment procedures needed for effective progress monitor monitoring to deliver timely interventions for RtI students.
- Practice with various differentiated, scientifically based instructional technique to address students needs with.
- Plan with curriculum and content geared toward meeting the instructional needs of Tiers II and III students using tiered intervention strategies.
This course is 20 hours