Response to Intervention (RTI): Concepts and Applications for Educators
Instructor Shawn Seybert
Course Number PRDV 77123
Response to Intervention (RTI): Concepts and Applications for Educators is a 36-hour course that will provide educators with knowledge to help them understand RTI concepts and learn to apply them to their daily work with students. Participants will learn key service delivery components such as systematic student data collection, defined instructional decision-making criteria and application of scientifically based core programs and interventions in order to help educators operate within a RTI framework via a continuum of services. Students will be empowered by learning about research- and data-based assessment and instructional tools that will help them accurately identify student’s progress toward performance standards, implement core instruction and intervention supports with effectiveness for students and progress monitor and refine educational decisions to ensure student attainment of defined standards. This course will help educators understand that properly implemented RTI serves as the basis for an integrated support system for all students. Participants will learn to be critical consumers in evaluating RTI research with practical implications.
Framingham State University - 3 graduate credits
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