Main Conference: April 26-27, 2018

Pre-conference: April 25, 2018

Eugene Hilton

Registration opening TBA.

Oregon's foremost conference on Response to Intervention and evidence-based instructional practices. 

Join educational leaders, trainers, researchers, teachers, and specialists who will share current best practices for:  

Equity and Culturally Responsive Instruction
Effective Core Instruction for Reading & Math
RTI in Secondary Schools
SLD Decision Making Using RTI
Leadership & Coaching

Supporting English Learners
Interventions & Supports
Teaming & Data-based Decision Making
Professional Learning Practices
Problem Solving Across the Tiers


Keynote Speaker, Kevin Feldman


Endnote Speaker, Dr. Anita Archer

What to Expect:

More than 90 Breakout Sessions: Educational leaders, trainers, researchers, teachers, and specialist will share evidence-based practices for ASSESSMENT, INSTRUCTION, INTERVENTIONS, and LEADERSHIP in the context of Response to Intervention systems.
Facilitated Team-Time: Gather with your district or school leadership team to process your learning and create action plans with assistance from an ORTIi Implementation Coach.
Networking Reception: Connect with others and share implementation challenges and solutions - Together we are better!

(Click HERE to see last year's program)


April 25, 2018

Keynote Speaker, Kevin Feldman


"Public-practice tied to evidence-based practices IS the secret sauce" ~ Kevin Feldman

Public-practice calls on educators to open their doors and collaborate meaningfully with colleagues to determine the most important instructional targets and effective practices, and support one another to develop the capacity to deliver instruction that will reach and teach all students. The Pre-conference day will focus on the actions that districts can take to improve the quality of instruction that is delivered across all tiers. 


What to Expect:

Kevin Feldman will deliver an opening address that shines light on the "practices" behind "Public-Practice"

Breakout Sessions: Data-based decision making that identifies critical instructional targets; Strategies to strengthen ongoing, embedded professional learning; Methods for monitoring instructional delivery and providing meaningful feedback; and more!

The conference will address evidence-based practices in the following areas:

Levels: Elementary, Secondary, and Early Childhood

Content Areas: Reading, Math, Behavior, and English Learners

RTI Components: Culture & Equity, Leadership, Teaming & Data Based Decision Making, Professional Learning, Core Instruction, Screening, Interventions, Progress Monitoring, and Specific Learning Disability Identification

April 25-27, 2018
Eugene Hilton
66 E 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

The ORTIi Team
Oregon Response to Instruction and Intervention (ORTIi)