RTI at Work™: High School Focus – CEU

RTI at Work™: High School Focus – CEU

By: Mike Mattos, Austin Buffum, Chris Weber

Discover how to develop timely, targeted interventions at all three tiers of the RTI pyramid for grades 9–12.

  • Common pitfalls in how RTI is often approached
  • The purpose and intent of RTI
  • Methods and protocols for identifying students in need of intervention
  • The roles of district and school leadership teams in establishing cultural change
  • The role of common formative assessments and interventions in cultural change
  • Essential cultural beliefs and practices for effective RTI
  • Different teacher team structures and their application
  • The characteristics of high-quality Tier 1 instruction
  • Measures that districts and schools can use to gauge the efficacy of their RTI programs
Available formatsPriceQty
RTI at Work™: High School Focus – CEU

Regular Price: USD$173.00

Special Price: USD$125.00

 

RTI at Work™: High School Focus – CEU

CEU Online Course Syllabus

For more information about this course, please call 800.733.6786.

Implement a quality response to intervention program. In this self-paced course, you'll learn how to develop timely, targeted interventions at all three tiers of the RTI pyramid for grades 9–12. You'll explore the rationale and strategic steps needed to design a successful plan and discover a framework for overcoming implementation challenges to ensure high levels of learning for all.

  • Understand the critical components of implementing an effective RTI program.
  • Develop standards and strategies for designing and assessing interventions at Tiers 1, 2, and 3 of the RTI pyramid.
  • Explore how building a professional learning community will impact your RTI program.
  • Identify resources and strategies that will support the development and implementation of a high-performing PLC.

Platform Preview

Includes assigned reading from:

Simplifying Response to Intervention

Simplifying Response to Intervention

Change how you think about RTI, and learn how to create an effective model that begins with quality instruction in every classroom.


Additional Information

CEU Online Course

Product Code: OTK017

Video Introduction  -  View preview
A Deeper Reading
  • Chapter 1 – A new way of thinking
Key Things to Remember
Quiz
Conclusion
Video Introduction
A Deeper Reading
  • Chapter 3 – Building structures for collaboration
Key Things to Remember
Quiz
Conclusion
Video Introduction
A Deeper Reading
  • Chapter 4 – Concentrated instruction: where do we need to go?
Key Things to Remember
Quiz
Conclusion
Video Introduction
A Deeper Reading
  • Chapter 5 – Convergent assessment: where are we now?
  • Chapter 6 – Creating a system of interventions
Key Things to Remember
Quiz
Conclusion
Video Introduction
A Deeper Reading
  • Chapter 7 – Certain access: how do we get every child there, and preface
Key Things to Remember
Quiz
Conclusion

For a visual breakdown of what you can expect from our courses, see our Online Course Credit Types feature chart.

CEU

  • 15 contact hours
  • You may be able to apply course completion toward license renewal. For information on license renewal, please check with your state.
  • 12 months to complete

Graduate Credit

  • 42 contact hours
  • Graduate credit provided through Lynchburg College, see FAQ section below for admission information.
  • 12 months to complete

For more information, call Customer Service at 800.733.6786.

How long does the course take?


CEU course15 hours

Graduate Credit Course42 hours1 Graduate Credit

How long do I have access to complete the course? You will have access to the online course for 1 year.

Can I work at my own pace? Every course is self-paced and accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Can I work on the course on my iPad or iPhone? Yes.

How is my work on the course scored? For CEU course, all course components must be completed and all self-graded quizzes must be completed with a passing score.

For Graduate Credit course, all course components must be completed. Self-graded quizzes must be completed with a passing score. Module written reflections, mid-terms and finals are scored by an expert facilitator based on a rubric that is available within the course.

How can I tell if the credits will apply to my state requirements? CEU credits vary by state and district. Check with your state or district educational websites.

I want to change some of the names and emails I sent in for my district. Is it too late? Changing names or emails may cause a delay in accessing the course. If the course has been accessed, we cannot issue a refund.

What if I have trouble accessing the course? Call 800.728.0032 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Eastern, or email onlinecourses@solutiontree.com. Be prepared to give your browser name and version (for example, Internet Explorer 10).

Need more information? Visit our FAQ page for more information, or call Customer Service at 800.733.6786.


Graduate Credit Information

What university provides the Graduate Credit? Lynchburg College

The steps below provide a guide for working through the admissions process. Your admissions will allow the course and credit to be posted on an official transcript here at the College.

Step 1: Admissions Process
Submit the following two items to the Office of Graduate Studies, Lynchburg College, 1501 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501:

  1. Lynchburg College Graduate Non-degree online application available at https://admissions.lynchburg.edu/apply/ and be sure to indicate the course number/name as your reason for enrollment and no application fee will be needed;
  2. An official transcript reflecting your bachelor’s or master’s degree.

When these items are received and reviewed, your admissions letter will be sent to you via email.

Step 2: Course Registration
The admissions email will contain directions for enrollment in the course for the applicable term: spring term (January through April); summer term (May through July); and fall term (August through November).

Step 3: Transcript Request
Upon completion of the course, the transcript request form can be accessed at http://www.lynchburg.edu/academics/registrar/order-a-transcript/. Transcripts will be available at the conclusion of each term: mid-May for spring terms, mid-August for summer terms, and late December for fall terms.

Additional Information
Please contact: Dr. Bobbi F. Johnson, Coordinator of Graduate and Special Programs, at 434.544.8513 or johnson_bf@lynchburg.edu.

My school is outside the US. How can I tell if the credits will apply internationally?
Please contact: Dr. Bobbi F. Johnson, Coordinator of Graduate and Special Programs, at 434.544.8513 or johnson_bf@lynchburg.edu.

Share your thoughts, write a review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register