Screening for Reading Problems in Grades 4-12
Even with an effective RTI framework in place at the elementary school level, there will continue to be students in the later grades who require intervention to support their reading development. In this article, Drs. Evelyn Johnson and Juli Pool address how to develop a universal screening system
that not only identifies struggling students but also strengthens a school's comprehensive literacy program. Find out more about the numerous screening and diagnostic measures that can be used to identify secondary students at risk for reading problems.
Progress Monitoring Within an RTI Model
How can educators make informed decisions when selecting and interpreting progress-monitoring measures? In this article, Mr. Douglas Dexter and Dr. Charles Hughes answer this important question by identifying elements of effective measures
and signaling directions for future research. The authors emphasize that schools and districts should support data-drive approaches and make training available to all educators so that progress monitoring-measures are used effectively.
Screening for Reading Problems in an RTI Framework
September 17, 2009 at 2 p.m. ET
In this webinar, Drs. Evelyn Johnson and Juli Pool will discuss the challenges of screening for reading problems in an RTI framework. They will then provide an overview of the screening processes have been used to identify student at risk for reading problems and discuss screening constructs that work well in identifying students from pre-K through grade 12 who are at risk for reading problems. Register today!