As the title suggests, this is a print-based workshop for those looking to start or maintain a response to intervention (RTI). RTI promises an entirely new approach to working with students, and yet its origins are not at all new.
At its essence, RTI is a collection of best practices gleaned through the years. Instead of waiting to address academic and behavioral deficits, RTI tackles them beginning in kindergarten.
And what about those students who are unnecessarily identified for intervention? With RTI, that pitfall is avoided through a constant process of instruction, planning and assessment. RTI stresses the use of evidence-based practices delivered in an inclusive classroom, high-quality instruction, and the organized accumulation of ongoing data about each student.
- Numerous reproducibles
- PDFs of all forms
- History and legal background of RTI
- Myths and misconceptions
- Keys to RTI success
- Definitions of terms
By Dr. Edward Schultz. Softbound book, 96 pages, 2010, includes downloadable PDFs of forms and handouts with a Classroom License for printouts.
|Number of Pages||96|
|Author||Edward Schultz PhD|