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The One-Stop Guide to Implementing RTI
Academic and Behavioral Interventions, K-12



October 2008 | 160 pages | Corwin

Published in Association with Appelbaum Training Institute

"This strategy-based book has all the implementation tools under one cover! Appelbaum takes all the research and converts it into an easy-to-read book. There's a how-to chapter on collaboration to create powerful RTI teams, a chapter on how to differentiate for tiered instruction, and chapter upon chapter packed with research-based academic and behavioral interventions. Plus, it's packed with the forms that schools need to implement RTI."
—Peggy Hammeken, Author of The Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education
Founder, Peytral Publications

"Finally, a practical yet comprehensive research-based book on RTI, written in an easy-to-read manner! Filled with forms, this is an invaluable tool for implementing RTI."
—Robert Underwood, Principal
Throckmorton ISD, TX

Use this nuts-and-bolts guide to implement RTI schoolwide and help all your students succeed!

Concise and reader-friendly, this resource walks readers through the complete process of implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) in the classroom and schoolwide. School leaders will find practical how-to's and reproducibles for instruction and developing collaborative teams, and teachers will be able to use more than 100 research-based academic and behavioral interventions to improve learning in all subject areas. This essential guide provides information on:

  • Progress monitoring and universal screening basics
  • Current research and examples of tiered instruction in action
  • Clearly defined team responsibilities
  • Techniques for differentiating instruction
  • Research-based interventions for literacy and mathematics
  • Data collection, fidelity of implementation, and professional development

These readily accessible strategies help teachers and school leaders give students the individualized support and high-quality instruction they need to succeed.

 
Preface
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Author
 
1. Response to Intervention (RTI): The Major Shift in Education
 
2. Framework for RTI Collaboration and Teamwork
 
3. Academic Interventions: Literacy and Math
 
4. Academic Interventions to Improve Learning in All Subject Areas
 
5. Differentiating Instruction
 
6. Positive Behavior Intervention and Support: An Overview
 
7. Antecedent Interventions
 
8. Alternative Skill Interventions
 
Conclusion
 
Appendix
 
References
 
Index

"Finally, a practical yet comprehensive research-based book on RTI, written in an easy-to-read manner! Appelbaum packs it all into this book. It's strategy-based, filled with forms, and an invaluable tool for implementing RTI."

Robert Underwood, Principal
Throckmorton ISD, TX

"This strategy-based book has all the implementation tools under one cover! Appelbaum takes all the research and converts it into an easy-to-read book. There's a how-to chapter on collaboration to create powerful RTI teams, a chapter on how to differentiate for tiered instruction, and chapter upon chapter packed with research-based academic and behavioral interventions. Plus, it's packed with the forms that schools need to implement RTI."

Peggy Hammeken, Author, The Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education
Founder, Peytral Publications

I like the simple but detailed explanation about RtI. It makes it very easy to explain it to students that have never heard of RtI but need to know the importance of it.

Dr Denise Raffigan
Education Division, Carthage College
October 2, 2011
Key features
  • Definitions and explanations of RTI and the three tiers,
  • Strategies on building strong school teams,
  • Clearly delineated team roles,
  • Reading intervention strategies,
  • Discussion of Math and RTI,
  • Behavioral research-based interventions,
  • Assessment tips and activities,
  • Research and discussion on differentiating instruction,
  • Definition and tips for Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS).

Sample Materials & Chapters

Preface

Chapter 1: Response to Intervention (RTI)


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