PresenceLearning’s Webinar Offers Insight on Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports for Results

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MTSS expert Dr. Kimberly Gibbons leads live webinar for special education leaders on Tuesday, October 25, 2016

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RTI and the MTSS Framework have been hailed as an effective way to support students with learning and behavioral needs and even promised to help close the achievement gap for students with disabilities.

To help special educators and administrators learn how to reap the benefits of Response to Intervention (RTI) and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) frameworks, PresenceLearning, the leading provider of teletherapy/telehealth services in education and health care, is hosting the second free webinar in their Fall 2016 “Results Matter” series. The webinar, “Getting Results with a Sustainable Multi-Tiered Support System,” will be led by RTI and MTSS expert Dr. Kimberly Gibbons on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 1 PM Eastern/10 AM Pacific.

To register for the webinar, visit http://www.presencelearning.com/sped-ahead-webinar/getting-results-with-a-sustainable-multi-tiered-support-system-framework/.

RTI and the MTSS Framework have been hailed as an effective way to support students with learning and behavioral needs and even promised to help close the achievement gap for students with disabilities. However, a lack of student achievement under such frameworks is casting doubt on their effectiveness and educators’ understanding of how to implement them. During this, Dr. Gibbons will:

  • Explain how, when implemented with fidelity, a MTSS framework can effectively support students with learning and behavioral needs
  • Summarize components necessary for effective implementation of an MTSS framework
  • Identify approaches for ensuring effective leadership, sustainability and fidelity of an MTSS framework

About the Webinar Series: “Results Matter – Closing the Achievement Gap”
After decades of legislation, litigation, research, professional development, and an alphabet soup full of acronyms, the achievement gap remains stubbornly wide. What are the practical realities and what work still needs to be done to make the dream of full achievement for all students come true? PresenceLearning’s latest SPED Ahead webinar series explores this topic and provides a comprehensive look at where our education system is in reaching full achievement for all students and where we are headed. Led by subject matter experts, the series will unpack topics such as RDA and ESSA, factors that contribute to programs like MTSS and RTI not living up to their promises, socio-economic factors that impair achievement, how a growth mindset is the key to success, and much more. All webinars are 90 minutes and are offered free of charge. Every attendee receives a certificate of attendance. Qualified attendees who are members of their professional organizations are eligible to earn ASHA CEUs or NASP CPDs.

About Dr. Kimberly Gibbons
Kim Gibbons, Ph.D., is Associate Director of the Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement at the University of Minnesota and an expert on the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework. Dr. Gibbons obtained her doctoral degree in school psychology from the University of Oregon where she received extensive training in the problem-solving model, curriculum-based measurement, and research-based instructional practices. Prior to her role as the Executive Director, Dr. Gibbons has worked as a director of special education, staff development coordinator, and school psychologist. She is past-president of the Minnesota Association of Special Educators and co-author of three books and has numerous other peer-reviewed publications. She is a sought-after consultant who delivers workshops throughout the nation.

About PresenceLearning
PresenceLearning (http://www.presencelearning.com) provides live, online special education related services for K-12 students anytime, anywhere. As the leader in the delivery of clinical services via the web, PresenceLearning has provided over one million sessions of speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, behavioral interventions and mental health services, assessments, and early childhood services.

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