Recorded on January 26, 2011
Is your school or district team looking for ideas about how to implement Response to Intervention (RtI) and/or implement a full inclusion model that leads to improved student achievement for special education students?
In this archived webinar, learn how one school district made a systemic change. Matthew Navo, Director of Special Education, Pupil Services for Sanger Unified School District, discusses the instructional and cultural changes that took place in Sanger from 2004-2010, resulting in the establishment of a full inclusion model and improved student achievement of special education students.
Sanger’s focus on full inclusion has been supported by three priorities for instructional improvement: Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI), Professional Learning Communities (PLC), and RtI.
EDI, PLC, and RtI have allowed both general education teachers and special education teachers to meet the needs of all learners including special education students.
This webinar highlights these core foundations and how they have changed the focus and impacted the ability to ensure that all students learn.