Back to Response to Intervention: An Introduction (Reimagined) [PDO]
In Response to Intervention: An Introduction explore the purpose and requirements of Response to Intervention (RTI) along with Margaret Searle. The course includes examples of the three major components (assessment, interventions, and problem-solving process) and provides practical strategies for implementing the RTI framework in your classroom or school.
- Examine the purpose of RTI.
- Identify the three basics of a quality RTI plan: assessment, intervention, and problem solving.
- Differentiate between the first two levels of assessment: universal screening and diagnostic assessment.
- Evaluate methods for implementing the first two levels of the assessment process in their professional practice.
- Examine the third level of assessment: progress monitoring.
- Evaluate methods for implementing progress monitoring in your professional practice.
- Distinguish among the three tiers of intervention.
- Evaluate methods for implementing tiered interventions in your classroom or at your campus.
- Recognize the function and necessity of the coach in the RTI process.
- Identify the stages of the RTI problem-solving process.
- Judge methods for getting RTI started on your campus.
- Recognize the connection between moving to RTI and creating a collaborative campus culture.
(ASCD online course, 2011) Reimagined self-paced asynchronous online course. Upon completion, learners will be awarded an ASCD Certificate worth up to 20 Clock Hours.