With guidelines for developing action plans, this resource provides a step-by-step approach to implementing Response to Intervention as a powerful schoolwide improvement process.

Delivering Intensive Intervention to Non-Responders: Tier 3

Delivering intensive intervention to non-responders: Tier 3

As described in the majority of the current research, Response to Intervention has two primary purposes: early intervention and identification of learning disabilities. Thus far in this book, we have focused on its application to early intervention. The purpose for this focus was to present RTI as a process for improving schools and raising student achievement. Our discussion has centered around Tiers 1 and 2 and how instruction and intervention at these levels should look. We now turn our attention to Tier 3 and the use of RTI for learning disabilities (LD) identification.

After a student is provided with interventions at Tier 2 and is found to have made insufficient progress, he or ...

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