Summertime offers a much-needed break for your child with learning disabilities and you. Now, when the day-to-day pressures of the regular school year are "on vacation," you can use this as an opportunity to reflect back on your child's recent school year and prepare for the coming one.
RTI models hold the promise of advancing identification of and intervention for learning disabilities by linking these two domains. Join Dawn Miller and Erin Lolich during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about the use of RTI for identifying specific learning disabilities. They will also offer tips based on lessons learned working with local schools on how RTI can ensure accurate and timely LD identification.
Join the Colorado Department of Education team during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about developing family-school partnerships based on shared responsibility and shared ownership of student challenges and successes. They will also offer tips and examples of materials they developed to nurture the collaborative process through information sharing, problem solving, and the celebration of student successes.
Join Ann Casey and Bob Heimbaugh during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about the special educator's role within an RTI framework. Dr. Casey and Mr. Heimbaugh will also offer tips on implementing RTI based on lessons they have learned through their extensive experience working in schools to help as many students as possible get what they need.
Join Markay L. Winston, Ph.D., Director for the Department of Student Services with the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS), during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about creating positive, engaged relationships that center around supporting student learning, sharing of data and decision making, interventions, and collaborative problem-solving. Dr. Winston will also offer tips based on lessons she learned while educating parents about and collaborating with them on CPS's RTI model, the "Pyramid of Interventions."