Ventura County Office of Education
Identify students' learning needs and make appropriate decisions regarding instruction and intervention!
Response to Intervention (RTI) is a three-tiered framework that helps all students by providing targeted interventions at increasing levels of intensity. This detailed guide to tier 3 of the RTI model provides school psychologists and RTI teams with a case study approach to conducting intensive, comprehensive student evaluations.
With step-by-step guidelines for primary and secondary education, this resource demonstrates how to develop a specific case study for students who are struggling in the general classroom. Focusing exclusively on the third tier, the book:
- Provides guidance on problem identification and analysis, progress monitoring, selection of research-based interventions, and evaluation of case study outcomes
- Addresses both academic and behavioural challenges, including mental health issues
- Shows how school psychologists can collaborate with other members of the RTI team
- Provides tools for assessment and for tracking progress
Tier 3 of the RTI Model guides school psychologists through the involved, in-depth process of building a case study that identifies student needs and helps educators determine the best way to educate students with learning challenges.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 248
Weight: 510 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 15 mm
"This book offers critical, practical, coherent, comprehensive, and research-based information for schools and districts implementing an RTI framework of intervention. It maps a seamless process of support that enables school psychologists and school teams to provide tiered interventions to increase student achievement."-- Jane Wagmeister, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Continuous Improvement, RTI Co-Chair Task Force
"This is a GREAT book. Comprehensive, easy to understand for psychologists. Great attitude about the process-positive, helpful." -- Gloria Avolio DePaul, School Counselor
"The case studies are relevant and incorporate the key elements of collaborative problem solving, data-based decision making, logical linkage between the stages, and fidelity of case study procedures. This is an excellent resource for educators. Highly Recommended." -- C. Grissom