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RTI Q&A Series: What is RTI?

RTI Q&A Series: What is RTI?

Author: Nicole Bucka
Description:

1. To clarify the most frequently asked questions regarding Response to Intervention (RTI); in this case, "What is RTI?"

2.  Provide related resources and websites

 

This series is intended for a variety of uses including Flipped Professional Development, leadership support, and as part of a greater tool kit that is currently being designed.  Constructive feedback is always welcome.  Send feedback to Nicole Bucka at nbucka@nric-ri.org

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Tutorial

What is Response to Intervention?

This twelve minute video explains what RTI is and what it is not.

The National Center on Response to Intervention

A website for all things related to RTI-implementation tools, webinars, training modules, research briefs, and ask the expert talks.  This site also does a review of tools: progress monitoring (general outcome), progress monitoring (mastery measures), screeners, and instructional intervention tools.  Funded through American Institutes for Research and the US Offices of Special Education Programs, TA&D Network, Ideas that Work, this site is ideal for all stages of leading.

http://www.rti4success.org

The RTI Action Network

Another website for all things RTI, the RTI Action Network's strength lies in its on-going collaboration with schools and districts actively implementing.  I consider this site to be BOTH the evidence base as well as the practice base of what it really looks like in schools that are implementing.  The network is a program of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, funded by the CISCO Foundation and in partnership with the nation's leading education associations and top RTI experts.

http://www.rtinetwork.org