WS50: RTI in Restrictive Settings for Students With Emotional–Behavioral Disorders
Thursday, February 23
- 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
- CPD Credit Hour(s): 6
- Skill Level: III
- Members: $109
Through lecture, activities, and video examples, this workshop will address the rationale and practical aspects (the how to) of implementing an RTI-based service-delivery model in restrictive settings for students with emotional–behavioral disorders. The workshop is for all school psychologists and is applicable to all grade levels. Attendees will learn
- The continuum of intensified evidence-based supports deliverable in restrictive settings,
- Methods of collecting progress-monitoring and fidelity data to make critical decisions,
- Specific entry and exit criteria that help create a revolving door policy, and
- How to maintain an effective district-level supervisory support team.
Speaker(s): Diana Browning Wright, MS, LEP, Diana Browning Wright, Inc., Sierra Madre, CA, Clayton R. Cook, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle
Diana Browning Wright, MS, LEP, Diana Browning Wright, Inc., Sierra Madre, CA, Diana Browning Wright, MS, LEP, is a school psychologist, consultant, and initiative director with 38 years' experience working with students with severe and complex behavior problems. She is an educational consultant for LRP legal publications, and publishes research and practical how-to manuals related to behavior, teaching and learning, and RTI for behavior.
Clayton R. Cook, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, Clayton R. Cook, PhD, is an assistant professor of school psychology in the College of Education at University of Washington. He has published numerous articles on topics related to the identification and treatment of children with emotional and behavioral problems and coauthored three books on RTI. He consults with school districts nationwide on building RTI models.