60 Minutes
WEBINARS

The Effectiveness of Intervention Within the Core Classroom

Speakers
Dr. Bonnie Cochran
Noelle Morris

Due to interrupted schooling and the impact that has had on learning, there are more Tier II and Tier III students needing intervention than ever before. In order to plan, districts need to think about time, resources, and equity of access. Join Dr. Bonnie Cochran, HMH Director of Academic Planning and Analytics, and Noelle Morris, HMH Senior Director of Community Engagement, to discuss models, structure, and resources that district leaders can provide to teachers to empower and help them deliver effective interventions within the core classroom in 20 to 30 minutes a day.

In this recorded edWebinar, district leaders will:

  • Learn from other district leaders and understand the top three actions that led to the successful implementation of intervention solutions within the core classroom
  • Learn how to choose the right intervention solution to meet the needs of every student
  • Learn how to build teacher capacity and lead them through the execution process

This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers, school and district leaders, and curriculum, Title I, special education, and ELL directors.

About the Presenters

Dr. Bonnie Cochran is HMH Director of Academic Planning and Analytics. Dr. Cochran consults with school and district leaders around issues related to data, student achievement and strategic planning. She previously served the Paulding County School District in Dallas, GA, for 31 years, in roles spanning from teacher to Associate Superintendent. She served as President of the Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors and on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders.

Noelle Morris is HMH Senior Director of Community Engagement and Learning Moments: Teachers in America Podcast Host. Noelle started her two-decade career in education as a middle school language arts and science teacher. Next, she became involved with the Orange County Literacy Project and has since contributed to the development of HMH’s READ 180 and other intervention programs. She has written several nonfiction books as well as professional learning educational materials. Today, Noelle develops content, events, and community experiences for online professional learning at HMH.