Using Response to Intervention to Address Behavior

Ashley Kitchen

Solution Marketing Manager


Using Response to Intervention to Address Behavior

1 Hour

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With a majority of children re‑adjusting to in‑person instruction, social and emotional well‑being are a top‑of‑mind concern. What would you say if we told you that you already have a tool for helping your learners in this area?

You may already be familiar with Response to Intervention (RTI) as a multitiered approach for students in need of improvement in academic skills, but did you know RTI can also be used as a support for students with behavior needs? Our expert will discuss best practices and evidence‑based strategies for incorporating RTI when addressing behavior needs.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Use the natural congruence between social‑emotional learning (SEL) and RTI for improved student outcomes
  • Apply the benefits of SEL and RTI to teach students strategies to have in their toolbox for a lifelong positive impact
  • Utilize evidence‑based strategies and best practices to help students with their behavioral needs
About the Presenter

Ashley Kitchen has over 15 years of experience in the field of special education. She served as an intervention specialist in Ohio, teaching students with autism and behavioral/emotional needs in kindergarten through fifth grade. Ashley served as an Associate Professor at the University of Dayton in the Department of Teacher Education and has contributed to curriculum development for the university. She received her Master of Education from the University of Dayton in Educational Leadership.