"This exceptionally practical book can make a real difference in every classroom. Educators who follow the wisdom in this book and apply the specific tactics will ensure success for all students. The authors present a healthy attitude toward educators taking personal responsibility to teach for learning."
—Wanda Oden, Assistant Superintendent
Kingman Unified School District No. 20, AZ
"Teaching diverse learners in inclusive settings can be an overwhelming task. This book is my bible for effectively completing multiple tasks with my students, who often have varying needs."
—Tina M. Guard, Graduate Student and Teacher
University of Nevada
Boost academic achievement for all students in your inclusive classroom!
As schools implement RTI in general education settings, educators need easy access to information about effective teaching and intervention tactics for the diverse learners in their classrooms. This resource provides all teachers, regardless of level, experience, or area of specialization, with effective instructional strategies for students with or without disabilities and across grade levels and content areas.
Drawing from evidenced-based models of instruction, 55 Tactics for Implementing RTI in Inclusive Settings is organized around four components of instruction—planning, managing, delivering, and evaluating. In addition to 55 classroom-tested, how-to tactics backed by research, this book includes:
- Accommodations and modifications to adapt tactics to meet individual instructional needs
- Illustrations showing how to implement tactics within each tier of a three-tier RTI framework
- Relevant examples from teachers in the field
- A wealth of reproducibles, worksheets, and forms for immediate use
- References and additional readings
This valuable guide provides the support teachers need to meet the increasingly diverse needs of today's classrooms and ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed.