RTI in Practice: A Practical Guide to Implementing Effective Evidence-Based Interventions in Your School

43,85 €
Yuan Kun Lee, Seppo Salminen, James L. McDougal, Suzanne B. Graney, James A. Wright, Scott P. Ardoin
Fecha Publicacion
1 dic. 2009
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) calls for effective identification of Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). This comprehensive resource offers school-based professionals a timely "how-to" guide to implementing a quality, three-tiered response-to-intervention (RTI) model in public school settings. It offers concrete, balanced perspectives and directions for implementing an evidence-based and effective RTI model in public schools. In addition, an accompanying CD-ROM includes reproducible forms, surveys, and screening tools. School psychologists and special education professionals and teachers will benefit from this volume.

Part I. Introduction.

Chapter 1: History of Learning Disabilities and Emergence of a New Model.

Part II. Tier I: Effective General Education and Universal Screening/Progress Monitoring.

Chapter 2: Effective Academic Programs for All Students.

Chapter 3: School-Wide Data Collection for Screening and Outcome Decisions.

Chapter 4: Using Data to Make Decisions in General Education.

Part III. Tier 2: Targeted Interventions and Problem-Solving for Students at Risk for Failure.

Chapter 5: Developing Interventions.

Chapter 6: Setting Goals, Monitoring Progress, and Graphing Intervention Outcomes.

Chapter 7: Making Decisions After Intervening.

Part IV. Tier 3: Intensive Interventions/Individual Education Plan Consideration and Development.

Chapter 8: Moving to Tier 3: Eligibility Determination.

Chapter 9: IEP Goal Development.

Chapter 10: Considering Reintegration and Special Education Exit Decisions within an RTI Service Delivery Model (by Kelly A. Powell-Smith).

Part V. Organizational Considerations and Conclusions.

Chapter 11: RTI and Systems Change.

Chapter 12: Conclusions.

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