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Three Proven Intervention and Remediation Strategies for Effective Instruction

Date of broadcast: 
Tue, 10/25/2016
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Many district leaders are challenged with developing whole-school, data-driven, prevention-based frameworks for improving learning outcomes for every student. Under the new provisions of ESSA, district leaders are also mandated to build curriculum capacity using a layered continuum of evidence-based practices and systems, to improve outcomes for students in Tiers 2-3 and special education.

Attend this web seminar to learn from leading academic experts about the three proven strategies for ensuring that district instruction supports and motivates at-risk and struggling students and meets these mandates, by helping teacher leaders to proactively implement intervention and remediation in the classroom.

Topics will include:

  • Keys to enhancing small group instruction and collaborative practice
  • Fostering explicit, differentiated instruction
  • Creating a culture of positive reinforcement

Scheduled speakers:
Vicki Gibson

Speaker, Consultant and Trainer
McGraw-Hill Education author

Nancy Marchand-Martella
Professor of Special Education
University of Oklahoma 
McGraw-Hill Education author

Ron Martella
Professor of Special Education
University of Oklahoma 
McGraw-Hill Education author

Who will benefit: District administrators interested in instruction, intervention or remediation strategies. Anyone may attend.