This video-based online course features National Trainer Kathryn Phillips and the dedicated staff of one elementary school who demonstrate ways to address all levels of student behavior within a well developed, fully implemented Response to Intervention model, grades K-6.
You will observe a successful school-wide behavior plan in action and will see practical strategies for collecting accurate behavioral data, effectively engaging students in behavioral interventions, and working collaboratively to significantly reduce behavioral problems from kindergarten through sixth grade.
You will learn how to:
- establish and maintain a comprehensive Tier One school-wide behavior plan to proactively meet the behavioral needs of most elementary students
- use proven Tier One intervention strategies that reduce conflict and keep moderate misbehaviors from spiraling out of control
- systematically implement targeted Tier Two interventions to address more challenging and disruptive student behaviors
- collect and organize data in ways that facilitate good decision making about appropriate behavioral interventions throughout the RTI model
- develop highly effective individual Tier Three behavior plans to intensify intervention for students with difficult and persistent misbehaviors
Watch an excerpt from this course:
"I really enjoyed this course. I have wanted to implement something like this at our school but I was unsure of where to begin."
- A. Snyder
"I like watching the plans in effect with different types of children and how they responded to using the behavior intervention plans."
- T. Underwood
"This course did a great job explaining the RTI process especially to a teacher who is coming from a background where this model was not used. "
- E. Ashmore
"The course matter was amazing. The videos of the program and working with the students was very helpful. "
- H. Hewlett
"I found this to be a wonderful introduction to the idea of RTI but would be interested in a more in depth look at how different school solve in the moment problems with students."
- L. Bozeday