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Written in a practical format with lesson plans and examples, this book gives middle school teachers a streamlined strategy for merging differentiated instruction and RTI.

The Problem-Solving Team
The problem-solving team

To be able to see with your own eyes and through another's eyes is a gift of wisdom. When we allow ourselves to be open to other perspectives and really listen, while contributing with our own valuable insight, we know the real meaning of being a team.

At each level, the problem-solving team provides a forum in which to address student performance concerns. The problem-solving teams at each level have different purposes and are, in most cases, composed of different people. But the functioning of each team centers around data-driven decision making, and the goal of every team is to identify what supports and services a student needs in order to be successful. This is done through the problem-solving team's supports ...

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