This video-based online learning course demonstrates the power of Response to Intervention to increase the effectiveness of mathematics instruction and enhance the learning, motivation, and confidence of struggling math learners, grades K-6.
The purpose of this course is to show key elements of RTI in action: collaborating to address students’ learning needs, using math assessment data to guide instruction, and implementing timely targeted interventions to support elementary students who struggle with math. You will clearly see how the RTI model can help maximize math learning for all your students.
You will learn how to:
- incorporate a variety of learning configurations in ways that optimize Tier 1 math instruction and interventions for struggling students
- collect and analyze assessment data to enhance math instruction and determine the focus of targeted interventions
- develop highly focused Tier 2 interventions, monitor students’ progress and adjust instruction as needed
Watch an excerpt from this course:
How This On Demand Course Works
Optional Graduate Credit
Optional Brandman University Graduate Level Professional Development Credit course code: EDDU 9434
"The course was informative in respect to my field as a special education teacher. I was able to go back to review items and was able to implement part of the course in my classroom. The strategies not only were helpful towards math, but also in other curricular activities in the classroom especially assessments and forming groups."
– M. Sanders
"It was a great way to learn for a busy professional."
– M. DiGiovanni
"Video clips were particularly helpful in bringing the content to life."
– C. Litwin
"I found the course very helpful in identifying specific strategies that I can use to better implement RTI Tiers1-3 in the my classroom."
– C. Sayward