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Response to Intervention Strategies - Chapter Summary
You'll find a collection of short lessons on response to intervention strategies that are easy to use and understand. Study the definition of response to intervention (RTI) and how it can be used across different subject areas. This chapter is designed to assist you in doing the following:
- Outline the tiers used in RTI
- Explain RTI strategies for reading
- Identify math RTI strategies
Use this chapter at your convenience to review these concepts. Because these lessons are self-paced, you can and move as slowly or as quickly as you choose and go back as often as needed. Just a few clicks away in the dashboard, you can reach out to an expert with any questions that come up along the way.
1. What Is Response to Intervention (RTI)? - Tiers & Strategies
The Response to Intervention process, or RTI, was designed and implemented in public schools as an attempt at early intervention for students with exceptional educational needs. In this video, we will look at the basics of this process.
2. 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.
3. 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.
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