This interactive, practical resource gives educators sound knowledge and expertise for successfully implementing RTI in mathematics and addressing the challenges involved. RTI and Mathematics clarifies and describes the issues of RTI, the connections among teachers' knowledge and skills and their use with RTI, and the role of the teacher within the classroom and school, and provides evidence-based content, scenarios, examples, resources, and activities; modeling description; and reflection upon the key learning outcomes of RTI. Included is an illustrative continuous case study of a mathematics teacher as she implements RTI in her classroom, and a myriad of information and resources educators can use immediately within K-8 classrooms in order to implement RTI in mathematics successfully.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 276 x 216 x 15 mm
"The author fully explicates the major components of Response to Intervention and provides wonderful scenarios and examples that will enable effective implementation for math teachers."
"This text is phenomenal. It is reader friendly, so I can imagine the math department studying 1 chapter at a time and completing the activities to improve math instruction!"
- Eunetra Simpson, Assistant Principal, Parker Intermediate, Houston, TX
"I found myself wanting to use this [book] to make my point in meeting and I'm using some of the information already to guide my decisions simple from reading it. I fully plan to participate in a book study using this text at the first opportunity."
- Constance Sauer, Math Intervention Teacher, Enemy Swim Day School, Waubay, SD
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