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Making a Difference for Our Most Struggling Readers, Part 1

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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 1 of this 2-part series will focus on using technology for instruction and remediation.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Monday, May 20, 2013 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Classroom Management, Differentiation & Personalization, 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

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Good information!
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Very interesting!
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Great information!
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Lots of useful technology suggestions.
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This is definitely a rather dated webinar. For starters, the link of resources they provided is no longer active/available. Also, there are many new/better resources available now. It would be worth it to replace this webinar with a more current version.
I was hoping for teaching techniques opposed to technology resources. However, some of the online resources will be helpful with my struggling readers.
So many resources. Thanks.
This webinar provided an abundance of resource for struggleing reader. Many were out of pocket. I like the VocabularyGlogster the
most that allow students to created visual images to connect to vocabulary. It reminded me of graffitti walls. Kids can connect to that. Our school already uses Raz-Kids with is a great program that target each student's individual reading level. Great job.
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