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RTI in the Classroom: Guidelines and Recipes for Success

By:
Rachel Brown-Chidsey, Louise Bronaugh, & Kelly McGraw
Details:
Spiral Bound
Year:
2009
Pages:
224
Size:
8" x 10.5"
ISBN:
9781606232972
Item Code:
RITC
Price: $36.00
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Written expressly for teachers, this book is jam-packed with tools and strategies for integrating response to intervention (RTI) into everyday instruction in grades K–5. Numerous real-world examples connect RTI concepts to what teachers already know to help them provide effective instruction for all students, including struggling learners. Drawing on extensive classroom experience, the authors:

  • Explain the core features of RTI and what they look like in action.
  • escribe evidence-based instructional methods for reading, writing, math, and behavior.
  • Show how to fit assessment and progress monitoring into the busy school day.
  • Present color-coded intervention recipes for all three tiers of RTI implementation.
  • Provide hands-on tools and 50 reproducibles, with a large format and sturdy wire binding for ease of use.

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