The first day of our summit will focus on deepening our understanding of the language and logic behind RtI and how this model will lead to greater outcomes for all students.
Collaborative teams will explore the following questions and utilize an action planning tool designed to chart your school’s next direction:
How does RtI fit within an international school context and what are our next steps for implementation?
What is universal screening, why is it important, and how can we best utilize this data as a school?
How can we strengthen our educational program for all students to observe greater academic and social-emotional outcomes school-wide?
What are some of the misconceptions related to RtI and how might we move towards common language as an international school community?
The first day will conclude with a cocktail reception and poster-sharing session. This will provide each school with an opportunity to share one aspect of their implementation efforts with fellow summit participants.
The second day of our summit will explore movement within the tiered continuum and powerful intervention resources to maximize student progress.
Questions to explore through leadership and practitioner-focused sessions will be as follows:
What is the “R” in RtI and how can it be used to inform our decision making?
How do we know when our support services are effective and what should we expect to see from our students in terms of their rate of progress?
Finally, what actions might we take as a team when our support isn’t sufficient and how might we work to develop more intensive programs to retain our students?
Post-Summit Workshops are designed to provide participants with a full-day to extend learning in a relevant topic of choice.
Post-Summit Workshops are in addition to the general 2-day summit registration fees.