Webinar: Results-Driven Accountability and Intensive Intervention
Registration is required to participate in this webinar.
Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Time: Noon-1:15pm (Pacific Time)
How can state education agency staff, district leaders, and school staff use multi-tier systems of support to improve outcomes for students with disabilities?
The National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) at WestEd and National Center on Intensive Intervention will present what results-driven accountability means for school-based staff and all stakeholders who serve students with disabilities.
Presenters Chris Lemons, Chris Riley-Tillman, and Laura Kuchle will describe the contextual factors for successful implementation of intensive intervention. These factors include evaluation of key components, the importance of fidelity implementation, staff and stakeholder training, and addressing barriers to implementation.
State education agency staff, district leaders, special educators, classroom teachers, interventionists, school psychologists, instructional coaches, and technical assistance providers are encouraged to attend.
- Chris Lemons, Senior Advisor, National Center for Intensive Intervention; Assistant Professor of Special Education, Vanderbilt University
- Chris Riley-Tillman, Professor, University of Missouri; Co-Principal Investigator, Project VIABLE II, designed to develop and evaluate procedures for direct behavior rating scales to effectively and efficiently measure student behavior
Co-Principal Investigator on Project VIABLE II, an IES-funded grant with goals to develop and evaluate procedures for direct behavior rating scales to effectively and efficiently measure student behavior – See more at: http://www.intensiveintervention.org/about-us/trainers#Riley-TillmanCo-Principal Investigator, Project VARIABLE II,Associate Editor of School Psychology QuarterlyAssociate Editor of School Psychology QuarterlyCo-Principal Investigator, Project VARIABLE II, designed to develop and evaluate procedures for direct behavior rating scales to effectively and efficiently measure student behavior
- Laura Kuchle, Staff member, NCSI and National Center for Intensive Intervention; Researcher, American Institutes for Research
Posted on April 15, 2015