Getting it Right for Students with Disabilities
Workshop will focus on strategies to initiate the process of going from stress to success for students with disabilities. This would be an experiential workshop where teachers gain new insights into what the student and parent may be experiencing.
Response to Intervention (RTI)
Response to Intervention (RTI) is a powerful problem-solving approach that can greatly expand the capacity of schools to accommodate diverse learners. This workshop is designed to provide teachers and administrators with the essential techniques, resources and guidelines to start a comprehensive RTI process in their own schools. Come prepared to learn:
- Specific components of a successful RTI process
- 3-tiered intervention model
- The use of benchmarking for progress monitoring
- CBM (Classroom Based Measures)
- Motivational assessment
- Research-based student intervention accountability plans
Participants will explore how the law has changed to allow RTI as a means for determining if a child has a specific learning disability and eligible for special education services.
Students with special needs often get stuck in rote memory, knowledge and comprehension stages. Boundless Creativity breaks that ceiling by teaching what creativity is and provides access to it. Increased genius, higher level thinking skills and innovations will infuse your students, from needs based instruction model, with creative problem-solving, wise decision-making and unique ideas! Training focuses on the six- step process revealing how Aha! Moments occur— developing a superhighway between the left and right brain opening a stream of insights.
We access wisdom by identifying the unique learning formula conditions of all students providing equitable participation for special needs students then creative thoughts, insights, and truth are unleashed. Workshop teaches the balance between cognitive thought and intuition while opening up our right brain/creative side. It shifts us from dull, boring, “I don’t know.” to, “I have a great idea! A better solution is…” or “Did you ever consider…?”
As teachers, not only do we benefit personally from learning the process, but each student will gain the same brain-changing, thought releasing experience shifting their thinking patterns to allow more intuition and creativity.