Effective use of RTI: your road map for reaching every struggling secondary student! Learn how to use a school-wide Response to Intervention (RTI) program to identify and help at-risk students. This comprehensive guide outlines every step of planning, implementing, and maintaining an RTI program at the secondary level, including: Combining two leading, research-based RTI approaches (Standard Protocol and Problem-Solving) to make the most of existing resources Introducing a universal screening process that identifies at-risk students Creating a comprehensive student intervention plan (iPlan) for each student Using program measurement and monitoring techniques Adapting RTI for Special Education programsConsideration should be given to thinking of intervention as a second or alternate to a core class. ... Example: a 7th grade student with 2nd grade math skills are likely better served in an intervention class matched to his or her instructionalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Using RTI in Secondary Schools|
|Author||:||Wayne A. Callender|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2014-08-20|