Ch 10: Response to Intervention (RTI) Strategies & Information

About This Chapter

Consult these convenient teacher resources to apply Response to Intervention (RTI) strategies in your classroom. These mobile-friendly lessons outline the key components of RTI, as well as effective class activities.

Response to Intervention (RTI) Strategies & Information - Chapter Summary

These teacher resources examine strategies and information related to Response to Intervention (RTI) in the classroom. Containing short and informative lessons, the chapter shows you how you can apply RTI to supplement your instructional quality and effectiveness. You'll also take a look at the history of RTI in education, as well as state-specific rules and training requirements.

Self-assessment quizzes are included to help you check your understanding of RTI information and make sure you're ready to apply these strategies in class. For your convenience, you can access these materials on any computer or mobile device.

How It Helps

  • Offers instructional strategies: Lessons show you specific RTI strategies for math and reading.
  • Outlines RTI details: You'll strengthen your understanding of RTI's history, tiers and training requirements.
  • Benefits students: The included RTI class activities can improve student behavior, skills and knowledge.

Skills Covered

Upon completion of this chapter, you'll be equipped to:

  • Outline RTI strategies for reading and math
  • List Tier 1 and Tier 2 interventions
  • Summarize the history of RTI
  • Acknowledge RTI rules in several states, including Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Texas and Georgia
  • Use RTI activities in the classroom
  • Know the necessary RTI training requirements

20 Lessons in Chapter 10: Response to Intervention (RTI) Strategies & Information
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RTI Strategies for Reading

1. RTI Strategies for Reading

Within RTI, teachers must utilize research-based, high quality instructional strategies in order to effectively teach the skills needed for literacy progression and success. Read on for reading comprehension instructional strategies that fall in-line with the Response to Intervention process.

RTI Strategies for Math

2. RTI Strategies for Math

This lesson will define Response to Intervention (RTI). It will also provide you with mathematical teaching strategies that align with Response to Intervention.

RTI Tier 1 Interventions List

3. RTI Tier 1 Interventions List

RTI, or Response to Intervention, can help to identify and provide support for students with academic or behavioral struggles. This lesson will provide some background information on RTI, as well as some intervention strategies for students in Tier 1 of the RTI process.

RTI Tier 2 Interventions List

4. RTI Tier 2 Interventions List

Response to Intervention is a tiered instructional model delivering instruction in various formats determined by student's area of need and degree of difficulty. This lesson provides a list of RTI Tier 2 Interventions.

Response to Intervention Activities

5. Response to Intervention Activities

Response to Intervention (RTI) is a process used as early intervention for students with exceptional educational needs. This lesson will provide activities for each of the three tier levels within the RTI model.

History of Response to Intervention (RTI)

6. History of Response to Intervention (RTI)

In this lesson, you will learn about the history of the Response to Intervention (RTI) model. Included is an overview of the model's development as well as how and why it is implemented.

Response to Intervention Training

7. Response to Intervention Training

Several types of Response to Intervention training resources are available to educators. Read on to learn about different types of training programs, who offers them, and what they entail.

Response to Intervention (RTI) in Texas

8. Response to Intervention (RTI) in Texas

Explore Response to Intervention programs in Texas. Learn about the RtI method, who it helps and how it works. You can also find additional RtI teaching resources below.

Response to Intervention (RTI) in Illinois

9. Response to Intervention (RTI) in Illinois

Every student is unique; they learn differently and respond to different instructional techniques. To help every student reach their potential, the state of Illinois uses the Response to Intervention initiative to develop strategies to meet student needs. Learn more about it below.

Response to Intervention (RTI) in Florida

10. Response to Intervention (RTI) in Florida

In Florida, the Response to Intervention (RTI) programs are created to give students support to help them fill in any gaps they may have that prevent them from learning well. Read on to learn more about how students are grouped and what resources you can review.

Response to Intervention (RTI) in Ohio

11. Response to Intervention (RTI) in Ohio

Learn about the Response to Intervention (RTI) process in Ohio schools. Discover the major components of RTI programs and learn how they are designed to improve academic achievement. Find resources outlining educational strategies you can incorporate in your classroom.

Response to Intervention (RTI) in Georgia

12. Response to Intervention (RTI) in Georgia

The state of Georgia's Response to Intervention (RTI) initiative was developed to identify students in need of additional help and render the appropriate assistance. Read on to learn more about Georgia's RTI methodology.

RTI Strategies for Writing

13. RTI Strategies for Writing

In this lesson, teachers will learn about Response to Intervention, or RTI, as it pertains to writing instruction. A list of helpful RTI strategies for writing is included.

Response to Intervention Assessment Tools

14. Response to Intervention Assessment Tools

Mrs. Smith is a new teacher who's learning how to utilize student data gained from assessments within the RTI process. This lesson will cover the different types of assessments that Mrs. Smith is likely to see over the course of the school year.

RTI Assessments for Math

15. RTI Assessments for Math

Response to Intervention (RTI) uses assessments to monitor student achievement. This lesson explains the different types of math assessments schools and teachers can use for RTI.

What is Universal Screening? - Definition & Tools

16. What is Universal Screening? - Definition & Tools

In the school setting, screening takes the form of academic and behavioral scans to identify students who are at risk for performing below expectation. This lesson will provide an overview of universal screening at the school level and discuss tools and definitions for professionals.

What is Screening in Special Education?

17. What is Screening in Special Education?

In this lesson, you will gain an understanding of what screening is in special education. You will also learn steps, reasons and methods for special education screening.

Academic Intervention Strategies for Math

18. Academic Intervention Strategies for Math

As a middle or high school math teacher, you are sure to encounter some students who struggle with the content you teach. This lesson offers some academic intervention strategies you can use in the math classroom.

Math Intervention Strategies for Elementary Students

19. Math Intervention Strategies for Elementary Students

In this lesson, you will learn about ten math intervention strategies for teaching elementary students. Strategies for kindergarten to grade 5 will be discussed.

Positive vs. Negative Behavior Intervention Strategies

20. Positive vs. Negative Behavior Intervention Strategies

Behavior interventions are not a one-size-fits all approach. Some approaches help to change behavior, while other interventions only stop misbehavior temporarily. In this lesson we'll explore positive and negative behavior intervention strategies.

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