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At-Risk Students: What Do I Do Now?

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Overview

The term "at-risk" has come to be widely used to describe a vast array of many different types of student school and academic problems. "At-risk" has become as broad a category as "all tall people" or "all people with blue eyes": You haven't really identified your target very precisely. Without a clearly defined image of the problem, it's very difficult to choose the most targeted, effective way to help.

This webinar explains the four types of at-risk students, then delivers the best, ready-to-use interventions to turnaround each type of at-risk youngster. Once you have a clear image of why each at-risk student is struggling in school, you can easily choose the correct, targeted, most beneficial interventions. Updated, tailored interventions will be provided for each type of at-risk student, including those who face family issues, present serious discipline problems, are unmotivated, and distracted.

You will walk away from this webinar with:

  • An insight into four types of at-risk students
  • A better understanding of what the term "at-risk" means and why at-risk students are struggling
  • Ways to identify the type of at-risk student you are dealing with
  • Targeted, beneficial interventions you can use for each type of at-risk student right away

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Credit Hours: 1
Categories: Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: at risk, classroom management, motivation, Response to Intervention (RTI)

Reviews (38)

Full Member
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Thank you for the resources- parents need to connect with the teacher too to support both the teacher and the student!
Full Member
 
I appreciate the first part of the webinar that focuses on identifying different types of at-risk students in the classroom. But the strategies suggested seem to put all the blame and responsibility of the learning process on the student instead of discussing ways to create a supportive system between the teacher and their students. In addition, this webinar makes a lot of assumptions about students and does not account for students with disabilities specifically those who may already struggle with reading and counting. While there was some things to learn in this session, I was disappointed by the end of the video.
Full Member
 
I feel like I have a better understanding of how to deal with the many different student issues in my classroom.
Full Member
 
Very Informative!!!!!!
 
Nice work
 
This webinar was excellent, definite strategies and methods to identify types of at-risk students
Full Member
 
Loved this one! Lots of great ideas and techniques to implement with at-risk students.
 
Very imformative
Full Member
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Loved it. Thank you for a fresh way of helping me understand my at risk students.
 
Thank you for a better way of understanding our at-risk children.
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