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Making a Difference for Our Most Struggling Readers, Part 2

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Are you looking for ways to effectively implement Response to Intervention (RTI)? Technology can remove the obstacles to learning and change the lives of struggling readers. In this two-part series, Heather Baptie and Terry Dobson will explore how to use both instructional and assistive technology to differentiate learning and support our most discouraged learners within an RTI framework. They will share a variety of tips, tools, and resources that can be used at home and at school to build confidence and improve achievement.

Part 2 of this 2-part series will look at alternative ways for struggling readers to access and share information.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Monday, May 20, 2013 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Differentiated Learning, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: assistive technology, Classroom Management, Differentiated Learning, reading, Response, Response to Intervention (RTI), RTI, struggling readers, Web Tool Overviews

Reviews (26)

Full Member
Great resource!
Full Member
Great resources to help struggling readers.
Full Member
Lots of ideas for struggling readers.
Full Member
Good resources for older students.
Full Member
You gave a lot of great resources. Thanks!
Basic Member
Lots to absorb! Thanks!
Full Member
This is a good webinar for older students who are looking for alternative ways to access material and/or “show what they know”. Many resources are provided.
Full Member
I enjoyed the list of the numerous suggested Apps and websites to help with reading, comprehension, and spelling. I can not wait to look further into which ones to use in my instruction or for my own children at home.
Full Member
More great resources for me to investigate! Thanks so much!
Basic Member
Great suggestions for the struggling high school reader.
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