New Course for Teachers Offers Way to Enhance Student Achievement
The College of Extended Learning at California State University, San Bernardino offers a one-day, information-packed course for K-6 grade teachers, middle school language arts and reading teachers, and special education and support teachers. “Response to Intervention,” or RTI, provides a systematic, data-driven approach to instruction that can benefit every student by eliminating achievement gaps. This course will show teachers how to practice RTI in the classroom as part of a school-wide process that provides assistance to every student, from high achieving to struggling learners. Participants will learn to promote student literacy in their classrooms by: targeting each student’s reading level; monitoring individual student progress; setting up a program that can be implemented in just 20 minutes per day; and involving parents. Helpful resource materials will be provided in class.
“Response to Intervention” will be held on Sat., Nov. 6, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Yasuda Center at Cal State San Bernardino. The course fee is $140 per person, which includes in-class materials and one unit of continuing education credit. Advance registration is required by Oct. 29. Teachers who enroll in two or more eligible education courses at the same time receive a 10 percent discount on each. To register or request more information, please contact Kristen Reagan at (909) 537- 3990 or visit the web site at http://cel.csusb.edu.
To receive a free Course Catalog, please call (909) 537-5981.