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Using the PLC at Work Process to Guide Effective, Systematic Interventions (edWeb Webinar)

By: Mike Mattos

How does your school respond when students don’t learn? Compelling evidence shows that response to intervention (RTI) successfully engages school staff in a collective process to provide every child with the additional time and support they need to learn at high levels. The goal of this session is to show how the PLC at Work process creates the larger schoolwide framework required to implement a highly effective, multitiered system of supports (MTSS).

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Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

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Using the PLC at Work Process to Guide Effective, Systematic Interventions (edWeb Webinar)

How does your school respond when students don’t learn? Compelling evidence shows that response to intervention (RTI) successfully engages school staff in a collective process to provide every child with the additional time and support they need to learn at high levels. Yet, at many schools, this potential lies dormant, buried under layers of state regulations, district protocols, misguided priorities, and traditional school practices misaligned to the essential elements of RTI. The goal of this session is to show how the PLC at Work process creates the larger schoolwide framework required to implement a highly effective, multitiered system of supports (MTSS).

Participants will learn:

  • Three common mistakes schools/districts make when implementing RTI/MTSS.
  • Two key actions that teacher teams can take prior at Tier 1 that will improve initial instruction and prepare for targeted, effective Tier 2 interventions.

For any educator, school and/or district looking to close achievement gaps, this is a must-attend edWebinar. Hope to see you on June 23 at 11:00 AM PST.


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Product Code: EWP201

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