Transcend the MTSS Triangle: Equipping Tier I Educators with Fluency Interventions

Thursday February 2, 2023
12:30 - 2:00 PM
Room 240-242

In a multi-tiered system of supports, high-quality Tier I instruction should support 80% of students (Shapiro, 2014). With pandemic-fueled learning loss, teachers are seeing reading fluency scores suffer for more than 20% of their learners. To support students, Tier I educators need to be equipped to think and practice like an interventionist, using differentiated instruction and intentional groupings to move decoding proficiency forward and increase successful access to grade level content. Attendees will analyze screening data, identify skills and set goals, discover evidence-based practices that are age and curriculum agnostic including structured subskill practice, appropriate texts, oral repeated reading strategies, and wide reading (Pikulski & Chard, 2005), and understand the importance of monitoring growth. At the close of this session, teachers will be equipped with knowledge, tools, and resources to meet a variety of fluency needs within the Tier I classroom.

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classroom leaders
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