Using Response-to-Instruction and Intervention to Facilitate
Effective Classrooms and Successful Students
|Presented By: Dr. Howard M. Knoff Director, Project ACHIEVE and Director, Arkansas Department of Education State Improvement Grant|
Response-to-Instruction and Intervention (RtI2) recognizes that some students need a modified, more intensive, or different instruction in order to be academically or behaviorally successful, while other students need targeted, strategic or intensive intervention in order to facilitate their success. During this webinar, Dr Howard M. Knoff covers a data-based functional assessment process that determines why students are having academic or behavioral difficulties and will give educators effective strategies to insure that at-risk, underachieving, or unsuccessful students can receive strategic instruction or intervention needed when they do not respond in the effective classroom.