Addressing the Needs of Struggling Readers (Webinars)


Webinar Video: Components of a Multi-tiered System of Supports for reading


Presented November 13, 2019 by Cory Stai, Read Naturally's Associate Director of Curriculum

Meeting the unique needs of every learner is hard! However, when adults collaborate to monitor each learner’s progress, they can leverage collective knowledge and resources to provide the prevention and supports children and teens need to reach their potentials: this outcome is the purpose for establishing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). This brief webinar provides an overview of MTSS, its components, and Read Naturally intervention programs that can be used within an academic MTSS framework.

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Webinar Handouts

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Topics Covered
  • The purposes and relationships among MTSS, RTI, and PBIS.
  • The core components of a Multi-tiered System of Supports.
  • Read Naturally programs for Tier 2 and Tier 3 intervention.
  • Read Naturally program features that support the implementation of MTSS.

30 minutes 


This webinar is designed for those unfamiliar with, or seeking a review of, MTSS or Read Naturally’s intervention programs, including:

  • Classroom teachers
  • Educational specialists (Title I, special education, ESL, reading, or others)
  • Educational leaders (curriculum specialists, principals, or others)
Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for spending time with the presentation 5 Essential Components of MTSS for Reading. The following Q and A are representative of some common themes from questions asked prior, during, or after the MTSS webinar; responses are offered here to all participants to answer high-interest topics not addressed in the presentation.

pointer​ How can Read Naturally programs be used to support English Learners?
pointer​ How much time should students spend working in the program?
pointer​ How much growth should be expected as students work in the program?
pointer​ Are Read Naturally programs effective for students with dyslexia?
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