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Events: Rti/Multi-Tiered Models of Intervention PLC (Online PLC Event)

Topic: Connecticut’s Scientific Research-Based Interventions

Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern / 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Central / 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Mountain / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Pacific

Presenters
Michelle LeBrun-Griffin, Project Coordinator, Connecticut SPDG

Facilitators
Elizabeth Jankowski, Signtework, TA Specialist, Western Regional Resource Center

Location
Join link:
http://tadnet.adobeconnect.com/rtiplc/ (Login as guest, typing your full name)

Teleconference: 1-(877)-512-6886 Conf ID: 1616322775 (to be dialed in by participants)

Description/Other Details
Connecticut’s Scientific Research-Based Interventions

Materials/Resources

PowerPoint Presentation: Connecticut's Scientific Research-Based Interventions

CT’s SPDG is designed to expedite school-level implementation of a multi-tiered system of academic and behavior supports within approximately one hundred schools across the state, PreK-12. Participants of this webinar will learn how CT’s SRBI Framework is being used to foster the implementation of an integrated model of literacy instruction and behavior supports to improve student outcomes. Specific attention will be given to highlighting the structures and practices being used to improve the achievement of students with disabilities, students of color, and students acquiring English relative to the CCSS.

Assessment Inventory

The Assessment Inventory is used during the Leadership Launch and again during the second Phase of implementation.

Transition Plan to CCSS

The Transition Plan is used in Phase I to strengthen the implementation of UDL practices as schools shift to CCSS.

Scope and Sequence CT SPDG

Shows the scope and sequence for a new cohort of schools beginning multi-tiered system of supports within the CT SPDG.

ECI Report for Data Review

The Data Review process initiated in Phase 2 and carried out in Phase 3 of the training supports the focus on the achievement of targeted student populations. As schools become more fluent with data management and analysis, CT SPDG is hopeful that this will lead to replication of effective practices and swifter changes in instruction/learning environment when needed.