Just what does online Response to Intervention entail?

Friday, November 23, 2012 -- Andrea Gronberg

Is RTI a noun, verb, or adjective? Is it an animal, vegetable, or mineral? Response to intervention (RTI) is not a “thing” per se, but rather a framework or model that utilizes instructional strategies such as universal screening and on-going data analysis to inform instructional interventions. The purpose of RTI is to provide all students with the best opportunities to succeed in school, identify students with learning or behavioral problems, and ensure that they receive appropriate instruction and related supports. The “what” is vitally important, but the “how” can be a challenge. This infographic will give you a simple, yet insightful, overview of just what RtI is, and what it means to you and your students.

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