Date(s) - 13/02/2018 - 14/02/2018
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-tiered approach to the learning needs of children and ensures that students with additional learning and behavioural needs are identified early and supported appropriately.
This two workshop will examine the critical components of RTI and the core elements of the Improving Schools Program, providing Principals and curriculum leaders with strategies that have successfully raised standards across whole school communities.
• Setting the scene
• Raising standards in the school setting
• The Response to Intervention (RTI) model
• Effective support of students with learning difficulties
• Improving school performance – essential components
• Introducing a three-tier or three-wave model – an overview
• Implementing a three-wave model
• Conducting an audit of first, second and third wave
instruction – identifying what to keep and what to change
• Successful change may require changing school culture –
steps to take
• Developing a whole-school plan.
Mandy Nayton is the CEO of DSF Literacy and Clinical Services and President of AUSPELD (the Australian Federation of Specific Educational Learning Difficulties Associations). She is an educational and developmental psychologist and qualified primary school teacher with extensive experience in the field of literacy education. Mandy supports schools with literacy planning and provides professional development in the areas of literacy acquisition, vocabulary development, working memory, learning difficulties and the assessment of learning disorders. Mandy is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University’s School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, has conducted research in collaboration with UWA, Curtin and Macquarie Universities, and was recently awarded an OAM for her services to education and children with learning difficulties.
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