This session will explore the importance of bridging the divide between general education and special education regarding behavior problems. Specifically, the session will present early-stage interventions and a group-based problem solving agenda that can create more seamless processes within and between the tiers of RTI structures.  A major goal of the session is to provide teachers and administrators specific strategies for problem-solving and intervention design to increase the communication between general educators and special educators regarding children with behavior.

Who Should Attend:
  • General education teachers and administrators
  • Special education teachers, administrators and supervisors
  • RTI coaches
  • Staff developers
Webinar Objectives
  • Reducing the "Get-him-out-of-my-room" mentality regarding students with behavior problems
  • Empowering all teachers with evidence-based strategies for early intervention
  • Using data-collection and debriefing as an essential intervention
  • Implementing a 25-minute agenda to ensure proactive planning, not reactive complaining, within problem-solving meetings.
Webinar Information
Date Presented:
February 09, 2011 2:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour, 30 minutes
A Practical Team Approach to Behavior Implementing Early-Stage Interventions
Speaker Information
Randy Sprick Ph.D.   [ view bio ]
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