RTI Success

Proven Tools and Strategies for Schools and Classrooms

Includes Digital Resources!

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SKU: D172-Net

This practical, ready-to-use resource gives teachers and administrators the tools to successfully implement RTI or strengthen an existing program to target students’ specific needs. Response to Intervention allows educators to assess and meet the needs of struggling students before they have fallen too far behind. Three expert authors explore this multi-tiered system of support (MTSS), offering over 100 research-based, instructional techniques and interventions for use in diverse settings, advice on creating personal and positive learning environments, information on co-teaching, and approaches to purposeful grouping.

Included in the book and as digital downloads are easy-to-use customizable forms to streamline assessment, implementation, and documentation. Also included is an extensive list of references and resources for further exploration.

Written by Elizabeth Whitten, Kelli J. Esteves, Alice Woodrow
Paperback ISBN 9781631983443
Grades K-12
304 pages
Release Date March 1, 2019

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Format

Paperback

Language

English

Publisher

Free Spirit Publishing

Kelli J. Esteves

Kelli J. Esteves, Ed.D., is an associate professor of education and the coordinator of global experiences for the College of Education at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. She teaches courses on topics related to special education, developmental theory, and children’s literature. She lives in Zionsville, Indiana.

Elizabeth Whitten

Elizabeth Whitten, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Special Education and Literacy Studies and director of the special education internship study abroad program at Western Michigan University. Prior to moving into higher education, she served as a special and elementary education teacher, principal, and director of special education. She lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Alice Woodrow

Alice Woodrow, Ed.D., is director of special education at Allegan Area Educational Service Agency in Allegan, Michigan. Alice has also served as the supervisor of special education in the Comstock (MI) Public Schools.

Kelli J. Esteves

Kelli J. Esteves, Ed.D., is an associate professor of education and the coordinator of global experiences for the College of Education at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. She teaches courses on topics related to special education, developmental theory, and children’s literature. She lives in Zionsville, Indiana.

Elizabeth Whitten

Elizabeth Whitten, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Special Education and Literacy Studies and director of the special education internship study abroad program at Western Michigan University. Prior to moving into higher education, she served as a special and elementary education teacher, principal, and director of special education. She lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Alice Woodrow

Alice Woodrow, Ed.D., is director of special education at Allegan Area Educational Service Agency in Allegan, Michigan. Alice has also served as the supervisor of special education in the Comstock (MI) Public Schools.

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