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NAGC 58th Annual Convention & Exhibition
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T10. Response to Intervention: A Leadership Framework for Identifying Potential
Track : Thursday Expert Perspectives
Program Code: 170
Date: Thursday, November 3, 2011
Time: 9:15 AM to 11:00 AM  EST
Room: Newberry
NAGCFACULTY (S):
George Betts, Professor of Gifted Education, University of Northern Colorado
Robin Carey, Director, Educational Programming and Services, Douglas County School District
PRESENTER (S):
George Betts, Professor of Gifted Education, University of Northern Colorado
Robin Carey, Director, Educational Programming and Services, Douglas County School District
Description
Educators in the field of gifted education must have a voice in fully utilizing the Response to Intervention framework as a strength-based approach. Presenters will focus on the knowledge, skills, and steps necessary for educators in gifted education to utilize this Staff Development Leadership Approach (SDLA) to facilitate RtI teams to gain an understanding of how implementing the RtI framework will allow us to focus on the learner. This session provides an opportunity for participants to self-assess readiness and to implement this powerful framework to identify and serve high-potential, highly able learners.


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