Success for Struggling Students
Designed for teachers who support struggling students in both general and special education classrooms, this session addresses multiple pathways to close the achievement gap.
This training will help you:
a student-centered approach that strategically combines the powerful combination of instruction, student engagement, and behavioral supports.
your teachers with a rich set of resources, strategies, and techniques to help their struggling students.
teachers to communicate their high expectations and draw upon multiple time-tested methods to improve student performance.
Find answers you need to know, such as:
- How does our school teach the necessary process skills to develop a student’s self-responsibility for learning?
- How can we apply more successful methods to address problem behaviors impacting learning?
Discover new perspectives, skills, and research-based resources:
- Discuss seven instructional strategies: pre-assessment, previewing, non-linguistic representation, vocabulary building, tiered instruction, flexible grouping, and reflection.
- Share strategies for building authentic relationships with students and families.
- Identify and discuss methods to explicitly teach, monitor, and reinforce key process skills.
- Distinguish differences between ability-based and effort-based learning.
- Explore the relationship between instruction and behavior.
Expand your toolbox:
- Review a variety of pre-assessment tools.
- Practice previewing techniques.
- Learn three effective strategies to promote student engagement.
- Complete an educator checklist for building authentic relationships with students and families.
- Participate in activities designed to discover new ways to reduce or eliminate problem behaviors.