An efficient way to merge differentiated instruction and RTI This hands-on guide brings together the two leading approaches to teaching students of varying abilities: Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI) and differentiated instruction (DI). Written in a practical, ahow-toa format with lesson plans and case studies, this book gives middle school teachers strategies for adapting assessments, curriculum, and instruction to student abilities. Key topics include: Differences and similarities between RTI and DI Data analysis for effective instructional decision making Strategies for applying RTI and DI to all students, including English learners and children with special needsScreening instruments reflect some of the differences between students within a class, grade level, or school. The practice and methods ... SCENARIO Mrs. Choate is a seventh-grade science teacher ready to begin a new school year. At the opening teachera#39;s ... The scores include information regarding multiple reading skills, math problem-solving and computation skills, and writing skills. She and otheranbsp;...
|Title||:||RTI With Differentiated Instruction, Grades 6–8|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2011-03-01|