Pyramid Response to Intervention: RTI, Professional Learning Communities, and How to Respond When Kids Don't Learn
Accessible language and compelling stories illustrate how RTI is most effective when built on the Professional Learning Communities at Work(tm) process. Written by award-winning educators from successful PLC schools, this book demonstrates how to create three tiers of interventions--from basic to intensive--to address student learning gaps. You will understand what a successful program looks like, and the many reproducible forms and activities will help your team understand how to make RTI work in your school.
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Is RTI (response to intervention) being discussed in your school? This is a federal law passed a couple of years ago in the waning days of the Bush administration. It requires all schools to have an ... Read full review
Great explanation of RTI and very motivational!
For those who are just checking this off of their reading list, you are missing the big picture. Education is evolving and for the better. I'm in a district that is trying to implement this. The goal of helping everyone learn is much more purposeful than figuring out who the smart kids in your classroom and just teaching them. Do we in life tell our kids, "Since you didn't mow the yard, you can't ever mow the yard again."? So why do we do this in the classroom? We need to ask, "Was the concept learned?" Not justify ourselves by saying, "But I already taught that."