According to the RTI Action Network, “Response to intervention (RTI) is a multi-tier approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs.” In today’s inclusive classrooms, general education teachers are responsible for identifying, implementing, and documenting students’ academic and behavioral progress. For many teachers, keeping up with RTI can become overwhelming when coupled with existing planning, grading, and extracurricular responsibilities.
In this course, you will gain the tools you need to take control of RTI. After examining the different tiers of interventions, you will develop strategies for identifying students who are struggling, implementing appropriate interventions and differentiated instruction, and monitoring students’ progress to assess next steps. In addition, you’ll gather resources that you can integrate into your day and use right away to keep the RTI process organized and up to date at all times.
With the knowledge and strategies from this course, you will be equipped to manage RTI
without stress and help your struggling students reach the next level of academic achievement.