Making RTI Work for Middle and High School
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RTI strategies in the upper grades are different from those in the lower grades. But how, and why? How can you embed effective RTI principles into content-area classes—reducing or eliminating the need for separate intervention classes? And how can you improve growth, not only for struggling students but for all students?
You’ll learn all this and more from Dr. Denise Gibbs, author of RTI for Middle and High School: Strategies and Structures for Literacy Success. In this free webinar, participants will:
- Learn three critical differences between RTI in the elementary and upper grades
- Solve the scheduling problem by embedding RTI principles into all content classes
- Understand how content literacy strategies will foster growth for every student
Denise Gibbs, EdD, is a national RTI consultant and the author of four books, including Rising to Dyslexia Challenges Through Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and RTI in Middle and High School. She was formerly a professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders and is now Director of the Alabama Scottish Rite Foundation Learning Centers.
Dr. Gibbs was appointed by the Alabama State Board of Education to the Dyslexia Advisory Council, and she works with leaders at the Alabama Department of Education in the development and continual updating of the Alabama Dyslexia Resource Guide.
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