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Posted 1 month ago

The NYS RTI TAC is now the NYS RTI MS DP

Posted 7 months ago

Effective January 1, 2019, the New York State Response to Intervention Technical Assistance Center (NYS RtI TAC) will no longer be operated by SUNY Buffalo State through a collaborative agreement with the New York State Education Department (NYSED).

NYSED is providing continued funding for SUNY Buffalo State to operate the NYSED RtI Middle School Demonstration Project (NYS RtI MS DP). This website will be maintained by SUNY Buffalo State, but its contents and design may undergo changes reflective of the shift in focus to the NYSED RtI Middle School Demonstration Project. General questions on RtI may be sent to NYSED’s Office of Special Education at: speced@nysed.gov.

STRAND #23: Using Universal Design for Learning to Support Tier One Instruction

Posted 10 months ago

STRAND #23: Using Universal Design for Learning to Support Tier One Instruction with Melissa Sanjeh, Susan Shipiro, Bill Wilmot

Visible Learning for Literacy Within an Response to Intervention Model

Posted 11 months ago

Visible Learning for Literacy Within a Response to Intervention Model with Dr. Doug Fisher

STRAND #21 Teaching Academic Vocabulary Across all Content Areas in Grades 3-8

Posted 12 months ago

STRAND #21 Teaching Academic Vocabulary Across all Content Areas in Grades 3-8 with Dr. Katherine Stahl.

RtI/MTSS Part II: Data-Based Decision Making & Instruction/Intervention Implementation WEBINAR VERSION

Posted 1 year ago

RtI/MTSS Part II: Data-Based Decision Making & Instruction/Intervention Implementation WEBINAR VERSION with Dr. George Batsche

RTI: Improving Student Success One Step at a Time

Posted 1 year ago

During our annual summer institute, which is part of our middle school demonstration project, the building principal and RTI Coordinators from Iroquois Middle School talked about a variety of RTI-related topics including data-based decision making, intervention menus, logistics, and roles and responsibilities with key members from the RTI Leadership team.

National Center on Intensive Intervention - Two Webinars on Writing

Posted 1 year ago

The National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) is excited to partner with CEC’s Division for Research on two upcoming webinars focused on writing. In these webinars, presenters will share research-based strategies for improving writing through the use of data and effective instructional practices.

Writing Better: How Can Teachers Use Data to Individualize Instruction in Writing?

On October 11, 2017 from 3:00-4:00 pm ET, Drs. Kristen McMaster and Erica Lembke will present a data-based decision-making framework to individualize instruction for students with intensive needs in writing. They will describe Curriculum-Based Measures in writing, how these measures can be used for instructional decision making, and how teachers can access assessment tools for instructional decision making. 

Click here to register.

Writing Better: What Teachers Can Do Today To Enhance Their Students’ Writing?

On October 26, from 3:00-4:00 pm ET, Dr. Steve Graham will share an evidence-based framework for providing effective writing instruction. This will include the presentation of a variety of techniques that teachers can use today to improve their students’ writing. 

Click here to register. 

About NCII

NCII is a national technical assistance center funded by the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Our mission is to build capacity of state and local education agencies, universities, practitioners, and other stakeholders to support implementation of intensive intervention in reading, mathematics, and behavior for students with severe and persistent learning and/or behavioral needs. Learn more about the National Center on Intensive Intervention at www.IntensiveIntervention.org, email NCII@air.org, and follow us on Twitter at @TheNCII. 

 
Note - This webinar series is not provided by the NYS RTI MS DP

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