The Five Phases of Response to Intervention – Free Webinar Series

February 27, 2012 at 3:00 pm Leave a comment

EPS offers a free webinar series detailing “The Five Phases of Response to Intervention.”  Hosted by Dr. John McCook, the informative webinars deliver the leadership-level thinking and framework administrators need to lead and manage the process of building and maintaining an RTI model.

Outlining the critical five steps to achieving a successful RTI model, the webinar series covers:

1. Determining and building awareness
2. Creating and fostering commitment
3. Capacity—building infrastructure
4. Implementing the model
5.Evaluating your model

Below are the details of each webinar.  To register click here.

Awareness and Commitment (Phases 1 & 2)

In this 25-minute webinar, you will learn about:
Discrepancy vs. Response to Intervention
Benefits of early intervention
RTI is NOT a Special Education issue
Paradigm shift is required for true success
Commitment by all is essential—RTI leaders must walk the walk!
To register click here.

Capacity (Phase 3)

In this 20-minute webinar, you will learn about:
The purpose of the Support Team Process
The importance of district-level Universal Screening
Data-driven decision making—the paradigm shift!
Functions of Progress Monitoring data
Using the data!
To register click here.

Implementation (Phase 4) 

In this 22-minute webinar, you will learn about:
Universal Screening
Multiple tiers of intervention
Progress monitoring
Problem-solving approach
Integrated data collection/assessment system
Scientific, research-based interventions
Professional development
To register click here.

Evaluation (Phase 5)

In this 12-minute webinar, you will learn about:
Integrated data analysis
Formative and summative data
Using the data to be predictive
Parent information issues
Elementary and high school case studies
To register click here.

Dr. John McCook serves as a consultant for school systems across the nation on special education, Section 504, legal issues in school administration and implementing the response to intervention process. His presentations in national meetings, including the National School Board Association, the International Association of Pupil Personnel, MEDS/PDN, and the national legal conferences for LRP, have won him recognition in several publications regarding school legal issues and special education.

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