RTI Implementer Series Self-paced Learning Modules: Introduction

This series of self-paced learning modules provides an introduction to Response to Intervention (RTI), including the essential components, types of assessments used for RTI, and the basics of RTI implementation. While these learning modules can be used alone, they are part of a series of learning modules focused on RTI implementation. View the whole series here.

RTI Implementer Series Self-paced Learning Modules: Introduction

What Is RTI?(34:25)

This learning module focuses on developing a basic understanding of response to intervention (RTI) and the essential components of an RTI model. It provides the Center's definition of RTI and an overview of screening, progress monitoring, multi-level prevention system, and data-based decision making.

Understanding Types of Assessment within an RTI Framework (24:37)

This learning module focuses on the types of assessments that are commonly used within an RTI framework. It differentiates between summative, formative, and diagnostic assessments as well as norm-referenced and criterion-referenced assessments and discusses the primary use for each of these assessments. It also provides a more in depth look at formative assessments, including mastery measures and general outcome measures.

Implementing RTI (35:58)

This learning module provides an overview of evidence-based practices in implementing RTI from schools in the earliest stages of adoption to those that have been implementing for years and are continuously refining their process. It provides guidance about how to avoid common implementation pitfalls and highlights the importance of implementing with fidelity and using data to inform decision making at each implementation stage.