Improving student academic and behavior outcomes is about ensuring all students have access to the most effective and accurately implemented instructional and behavioral practices and interventions possible.

 – PBIS.org

                                                                

In the RTI framework, the instruction delivered to students varies based on the nature and severity of a student's difficulties.

 


RTI core principles:     

I.

We can effectively teach all children
II.
Intervene early through Universal Screening
III.
Use a Multi-tier Model of Service Delivery to support student learning 
IV.
Use a problem-solving method to make decisions
V.
Use research-based, scientifically validated interventions / instruction
VI.
Monitor student progress to inform instruction
VII.
Use data to make decisions
VIII.
Use assessment for three different purposes

 

 



 

RTI Defined

Visit the Vaughn Gross Center for Reading and Language Arts for a definition of Response to Intervention.

Click here PDF Documentfor Information on Schoolwide Screenings.

 

 Click here PDF Documentto read about a Multi-Tier Model of Service Delivery.

 

Click here PDF Documentto learn about Progress Monitoring.

 

Click herePDF Documentfor a Progress Monitoring Tools Chart.

 

Click herePDF Documentfor an article regarding struggling readers in a multi-tiered approach.