Reading Recovery as an Effective Component of RTI
On-Demand Audio Webcast with PowerPoint Presentation
Originally aired Thursday, October 1, 2009
Length of session
90 minutes including questions and answers
Principals, federal funds administrators, district superintendents, state and federal education officials, teachers, and school administrators
Peter Johnston, professor, University at Albany–SUNY
Barbara Honchell, associate professor, Reading Recovery trainer, University of North Carolina–Wilmington
Cathy Duvall, Reading Recovery teacher leader, Fort Bend (Texas) ISD
Jolene Reed, Reading Recovery teacher leader, Rio Rancho (New Mexico) Public Schools
Brian Reindl, literacy coach, Sheboygan (Wisconsin) Area School District
Many schools are using Reading Recovery as a part of the response to intervention (RTI) required under the 2004 Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA). Regardless of the stage of your implementation, this 90-minute presentation will provide valuable information on RTI, as well examples of the multiple aspects of a comprehensive literacy plan with Reading Recovery as a first-grade safety net.
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