Designed primarily for district and school leaders, “Mastering RTI 2: A Leadership Primer” is the second program in Educational Impact's RTI Series.
The NEA, the AFT and the National Association of School Psychologists developed this online program to help administrators develop a better understanding of the history, challenges, systems changes, and supports required to implement an effective RTI process. Consider key areas like capacity, readiness, professional development, scheduling, resources, and family and community engagement.
Good RTI leadership will set expectations and determine the success of any RTI implementation. An informed leader can smooth the way by proactively considering time allocation, system supports, funding, and buy-in from all the stakeholders. Learn more about how RTI and school improvement work together to impact student learning. Consider the importance of shared leadership and the implications at the state, district, and school levels.
In this course you will learn:
Systems and supports required at various leadership levels
Building capacity including assessing readiness and preparing for RTI implementation
Key aspects for engaging families and community in the RTI process
Learning to proactively plan for workload issues
And program assessment, including assessing essential components in the RTI process
Run Time: 5 Hours
Optional activities and multiple-choice assessments enhance your understanding of key elements.
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