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RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION: READING STRATEGIES THAT WORK

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Response to Intervention: Reading Strategies That Work
Instructor: Wendell Christensen (ed2go Instructor)
Duration: 6 Weeks Access / 24 Course Hours
Date(s) of the week: Starts: May 18 | Jun 15 | Jul 13 | Aug 17
Quarter: Summer 2022
Prerequisite: None
Textbook: The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.
Address: ONLINE (not live)
Price: $100
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Discover reading strategies that work without the need for special pull-outs or extra attention. This course will introduce you to some creative tools that will help your struggling readers make steady progress throughout the school year.

Whether you’re working with struggling readers in kindergarten or 12th grade, you will find that these strategies work with a full 80% of students, without the need for special pull-outs or extra IEP intervention. Why? Because RTI gets to the root of the problem—quickly. If you’re eager to learn the right ways to help your struggling readers make steady progress throughout the year, you will find that this course gives you the power to teach flexibly and creatively, without the need for extra training in literacy or fluency. As an added bonus, there’s nothing quite like helping students discover the pleasures of reading.

You will discover tools like Elkonin Boxes, alphabetic arcs, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and new and exciting graphic organizers. Whether you’re working with struggling readers in kindergarten or 12th grade, you will find that these strategies work with a full 80% of students, without the need for special pull-outs or extra IEP intervention. Why? Because RTI gets to the root of the problem—quickly.

If you’re eager to learn the right ways to help your struggling readers make steady progress throughout the year, you will find that this course gives you the power to teach flexibly and creatively, without the need for extra training in literacy or fluency. As an added bonus, there’s nothing quite like helping students discover the pleasures of reading.