Give educators user-friendly, step-by-step guidelines for implementing Response to Intervention in their classrooms!
Designed around the best-selling book Response to Intervention: A Practical Guide for Every Teacher, this comprehensive multimedia presentation offers staff developers explicit tools to help teachers use multiple approaches to Response to Intervention (RTI)—including three-tier and four-tier models—to target instruction and improve learning. This all-in-one resource helps workshop leaders demonstrate how to use research-based interventions to individualize instruction, monitor individual student progress, and respond to specific student needs. Discussion points for workshop participants include:
- Documenting the existence or nonexistence of a learning disability
- Using RTI techniques to benefit students who are economically underprivileged and/or culturally and linguistically diverse
- Assuring treatment fidelity using research-supported curriculum
- Gathering data to make informed instructional decisions for students
Presenting vignettes and examples that illustrate the problem-solving strengths of RTI techniques, this multimedia kit includes:
- The companion book, Response to Intervention, providing the foundational framework for implementing RTI in the classroom
- A 42-minute, content-rich VHS video that features William N. Bender and Cara Shores, along with administrators and teachers who demonstrate how RTI methods meet the needs of all students in inclusive classrooms
- A companion DVD with navigational menus and bullets for easy stop-and-search control of the video content
- A step-by-step Facilitator's Guide that connects the core content of the book to both the video and DVD and includes video/DVD segment prompts, workshop outlines, extended workshop activities, discussion questions, and key points
This complete multimedia package is an indispensable resource for anyone planning, designing, or conducting training on RTI implementation, including staff developers, principals, and district and school administrators.
See Response to Intervention