Implementing Response to Instruction and Intervention (K-6)

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Course ID: Education A5222
Division: Graduate Studies
Program: Education (M.A)
Location: On Campus

Response to Instruction and Intervention (RtII) is a comprehensive, standards-aligned strategy to enable early identification and intervention for students at academic or behavioral risk. RtII’s core components, the three tiers of intervention, the importance of assessment, data analysis, proven strategies and progress monitoring are explored. Participants examine the importance of data based decision-making and connect the academic and behavioral elements of a successful RtII program. Included in this course are ways to properly implement and evaluate RtII models and the role RtII plays in “Race to the Top,” state standards and school accountability.