Get Your Intervention Program Started Right: Free Webinar Featuring Dr. Erica Lembke

Intervention Webinar

Register now for the free webinar: Intervention Strategies to Assist Struggling Learners


Back to School is quickly approaching! As you prepare for the new school year, many of you are considering what you can do to provide timely interventions at the first sign that students are struggling. Just as your students fill their backpacks with new supplies to head back to the classroom, you, too, need a ‘backpack’ of strategies that you can utilize early and often to support students academically. Join us for our back to school webinar “Intervention Strategies to Assist Struggling Learners” featuring Dr. Erica Lembke.

In this webinar, Dr. Erica Lembke will provide an overview of evidence-based interventions that range from broad strategies to implement with your entire class to more targeted strategies in reading, mathematics, and writing. You can be confident in the information that will be shared, as it is supported by research. You can also be confident that you will be able to identify intervention strategies to use right away, to help support your students before they fall behind.

Dr. Lembke is chair and associate professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Missouri, a trainer for the National Center on Intensive Intervention, immediate past-president of the national board of the Division for Learning Disabilities, and editor of the journal Assessment for Effective Intervention. Prior to her graduate work, including receiving her PhD from the University of Minnesota, she was an elementary special education teacher, working with students with learning disabilities and mild intellectual disabilities. Dr. Lembke has served as a researcher, teacher, consultant, and faculty member for 22 years in the area of special education.

Register today to learn more about how to start off your year armed with strategies and resources to use on your first day!

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