RTI National Online Forum: Implementing RTI in Early Childhood Settings

Posted on February 02, 2012

This 80-minute webcast features a stimulating conversation with key experts on the role RTI can play in child development through high quality instruction and targeted interventions matched to children’s learning needs.

As educators across the country move toward implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) in early childhood settings, they face many questions about the steps they should take to ensure effective implementation. In this webinar, four nationally recognized experts provide sound guidance on establishing multi-tiered systems of support for young children, with an overview of the essential components of RTI, new instructional strategies, policy considerations, emerging approaches to measurement and the supports needed for success.

Webinar Panalists: Virginia Buysse, FPG Child Development Institute, Lydia Carlis, Director of Education at AppleTree Institute and AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School,  Charles R. Greenwood, Schiefelbusch Institute of Life Span Studies and Director of the Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, and Jim Lesko, Director of Early Development and Learning Resources for the Delaware Department of Education .

Watch the entire webinar via YouTube below, and access the full transcript for this important topic HERE>