Books and Reference Guides
The goal of RtI is to improve academic outcomes for all students by intervening early when any student shows signs that he or she is struggling. Data are gathered so that instruction is matched to the individual student and so that research based interventions focus on the unique needs of the struggling learner.
As I have worked with campus administrators, staff, and parents, I have seen extraordinary successes with RtI. I have witnessed growth in teacher confidence and skills due to increased staff-development opportunities, and growth in student motivation that is directly tied to self-monitoring and awareness of the slightest skill development.
RtI is an exciting process, but it requires patience, persistence, and vision. The expectations and attitudes that administrators bring to the campus will set the tone for change. Dream big, and you'll see changes go from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Andrea Ogonosky, Ph.D., LSSP, NCSP
RTI Team Problem Solving Guide
RTI Behavior Strategies Guide
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Moving from Theory to Practice Building Foundations for Grades 6-12 Three Tiers of Behavior