FREE Live Webinar!
School Language Interventions in a
Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)
Presented by: Carrie Clark, M.A., CCC-SLP
Friday, May 19th, 2023 @ 1:00 PM CST
Come join us for a FREE webinar on how to create language intervention programs for school-age children. With so many children falling behind in language skills, it’s important that we understand how to create building and district-wide programs that support students struggling in these areas.
This free webinar will show you how to create a language intervention program using a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS). Many schools are already using a Response to Intervention (RTI) system for speech sound impairments and reading delays. RTI is a type of MTSS and it can also be used to support children who are struggling with language skills. Come learn how to provide language intervention for Tier 2 and Tier 3 children that will help them learn language skills from the state standards and support their reading and writing skills as well.
Free for Anyone to Attend!
Usually, you need to be a member of The SLP Solution to attend our webinars, but this one is free for all! Click the button below to register for the live webinar. If you want to watch the recording afterwards (instead of attending live), you can still register using the button below. Then, we’ll send you an email to let you know when the recording is available.
By the End of This Webinar, You Will Be Able To:
- Define Multi-Tiered System of Supports and describe how this framework is used to help struggling learners
- Describe how MTSS could be used to support children with language deficits
- Describe why it is important to tie language interventions to state curriculum standards
- List the 3 Steps to designing language interventions for struggling learners
- List 5 ways to modify language interventions for children in Tier 3
- Describe how to monitor progress for language interventions
Carrie Clark, M.A., CCC-SLP
Carrie Clark is the founder and owner of Speech and Language Kids, a website that is focused on the pediatric side of speech-language pathology. Carrie has been in the profession for 13 years and has experience working in early intervention, school early childhood education, private practice, and teletherapy. Carrie has worked with children of all ages and of all ability levels. Carrie’s super power is taking complex topics and breaking them down into easy-to-follow step-by-step plans. She also loves the challenge of trying to solve a problem. Through her membership program at The SLP Solution, Carrie is able to help thousands of speech-language pathologists by digging through the research on various speech-language pathology topics or therapies and creating quick and simple resources that break it all down. Carrie and her team of mentors further support their members by answering questions in the exclusive member groups and brainstorming ideas and solutions for tough cases and situations.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The SLP Solution is not an ASHA-approved CE provider so we cannot offer you CEUs for this course. However, we are able to allow you to print of a certificate of completion for certification maintenance hours (CMH). ASHA will allow you to use these types of CMHs for all 30 of your continuing education hours, you just have to fill out a form at the end of your certification cycle to state which CMHs you attended.
Yes! We record our webinars and you can watch them after the fact. You can also still print off your certificate of completion for continuing education credit after watching the recording. To watch the recording of this presentation, go ahead and register using the button above. We’ll send an email out when the recording is ready for you to view!
No! Normally, we only allow members to watch our monthly webinars but this one is free for everyone! You can attend live or watch the recording later for free.
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