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Successful approaches to RTI collaborative practices for improving K-12 literacy

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Published by International Reading Association in Newark, Del .
Written in English


  • Remedial teaching -- United States,
  • Slow learning children -- Education -- United States,
  • Learning disabled children -- Education -- United States,
  • Effective teaching -- United States

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Marjorie Y. Lipson and Karen K. Wixson.
ContributionsLipson, Marjorie Y., Wixson, Karen K., International Reading Association.
LC ClassificationsLB1029.R4 S84 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24069323M
ISBN 109780872078345
LC Control Number2010005715

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Response to Intervention (RTI) programs are only as powerful and effective as the core instruction on which they’re built. High-quality instruction, then, is the key ingredient that helps all students excel, and it’s at the heart of Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey’s unique approach to the RTI model--Response to Instruction and Intervention.   That’s why you need this book’s improved approach to RTI. Authors Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey introduce you to a strengthened model of RTI that emphasizes formative assessment and refining core instruction rather than relying only on multiple layers of intervention. The components for this strengthened model—RTI²—consist of. A comprehensive intervention model: A systems approach to response to intervention. In M. Lipson & K. Wixson (Eds.). Approaches to Response to Intervention: Evidence-based framework for preventing reading difficulties (pp. ). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. I got this book for one of my graduate school classes and I loved it. It had the history of RTI, the different types/approaches to RTI, how RTI can help special needs and English Language Learners, and discusses the feasubility of the program working/5(8).

Approaches to RTI. by Amanda VanDerHeyden, Ph.D., Education Research and Consulting, Inc., Fairhope Response to intervention (RTI) has a grassroots history with beginnings in multiple research areas, including applied behavior analysis, precision teaching, curriculum-based measurement (CBM), and effective teaching. to determine the. A well-implemented Response to Intervention (RTI) plan addresses these issues and much more. With an RTI approach, psychologists and specialists focus their time on designing interventions rather than checking for eligibility. but establishing and maintaining a systemic action plan is critical to a successful RTI framework. District and. Two Approaches to RTI If a school or district elects to utilize an RTI approach to intervene early and identify students with learning disabilities, the federal government requires a multi-tiered model, but it does not specify a requisite set of procedures to Size: 65KB. What steps might the S-Team propose to help its struggling readers? Page 6: Steps to This RTI Approach. Click on the following movie to hear what the S-Team likes about both RTI approaches and to learn which one they finally choose (time: ).

Troubleshooting to determine what a student needs to be successful is a priority. In many RTI models, the time allotted for needed interventions is almost doubled from tier two to tier three; the length of time over which students are given the intervention is also extended. Successful approaches to RTI: collaborative practices for improving K literacy. [Marjorie Y Lipson; Karen K Wixson; International Reading Association.;] -- "[Book title] presents proven, evidence-based RTI [response to intervention] approaches and then demonstrates what they look like in real classrooms, real schools, and real districts."--Back cover. A successful RTI process should be a comprehensive service delivery system-one that requires significant changes in how a school provides services to all of its students. That means RTI will involve the entire school. Myth #2: RTI delays special education referrals.   Education professionals have traditionally relied on a wait-to-fail formula to identify and assist students experiencing academic difficulties. With the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act, however, a unique early-identification tool – known as response to intervention (RTI) – now offers professionals the option of implementing a collaborative 5/5(1).