This learning module provides an overview of the multi-level prevention system within the Response to Intervention framework. It explains the relevant focus, instruction, settings, and assessments at each level of prevention and demonstrates how screening and progress monitoring are utilized for data-based decision making.
Planning for the Implementation of RTI: Examples from the MP3 Model Demonstration Project Webinar Follow Up
In this webinar, Dr. Edward Shapiro provides a description of the process the Monitoring the Progress of Pennsylvania's Pupils (MP3) project used to diagnose schools' readiness to implement RTI and assess their professional development needs. In addition, this webinar discusses the professional development provided by MP3 to the schools and describes the project's initial findings.
IES Practice Guide for Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics: Response to Intervention (RtI) for Elementary and Middle Schools
This Practice Guide, released by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) in April 2009, aims to help educators develop and implement Response to Intervention (RTI) to assist students struggling in math. The focus is building an instructional program in order to improve outcomes for students who have difficulty with math. The guide presents recommendations about screening, instruction, and progress monitoring and indicates the quality of the research base that supports them. It includes common questions and potential concerns that might arise with each recommendation and suggestions to help alleviate those concerns. Technical details about the studies that were used to generate the recommendations are also presented.
Webinars are web-based seminars, or presentations, that are transmitted over the web. This collection includes webinars on a range of RTI related topics.
This collection of resources provides information about the multi-level prevention system. The multi-level prevention system includes three levels of intensity or prevention. The primary prevention level includes high quality core instruction. The secondary level includes evidence-based intervention(s) of moderate intensity. The tertiary prevention level includes individualized intervention(s) of increased intensity for students who show minimal response to secondary prevention. The primary level may be known as Tier I, the secondary level as Tier II, and the tertiary level as Tier III or intensive intervention.
This collection of resources provides information about MTSS/RTI implementation, implementing MTSS/RTI with fidelity, and evaluating your RTI framework.
Watch and listen as Whitney Donaldson addresses this question.
The RTI Implementer Series is intended to provide foundational knowledge about the essential components of MTSS/RTI (screening, progress monitoring, the multi-level prevention system, and data-based decision making) and to build an understanding about the importance of MTSS/RTI implementation. The series includes a training module series with three full day training modules and a self-paced learning series that includes 11 learning modules.
What role do parents play in the RTI process, including when do they become involved, are they on the decision making team, and where can they learn more about RTI?
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This collection or resources provides information for parents and families about MTSS/RTI as well as information for schools about working with parents and families throughout RTI implementation.