This series of self-paced learning modules defines the essential components of RTI: screening, progress monitoring, the multi-level prevention system, and data-based decision making.
This series of self-paced learning modules provides an introduction to the screening component of Response to Intervention (RTI). The series also provides an overview of how to use screening data to make informed decisions about RTI implementation and how to establish a screening process. While these learning modules can be used alone, they are part of a series of learning modules focused on RTI implementation. View the whole series here.
The RTI Implementer Series Self-Paced Learning Modules were adapted from the Implementer Series Training Modules to allow individuals or teams to learn about particular topics that fit their needs or interests at their own pace. Each module includes the learning module, transcript, PowerPoint presentation, handouts, and the training manual.
This annotated bibliography outlines citations for key articles for understanding disproportionate representation. For ease of use, the bibliography is categorized into three sections: Practitioner-oriented, Practitioners Who Want to Learn More, and Research-oriented. The Practitioner-oriented category is mainly composed of articles that are simple and practical. The category entitled, Practitioners Who Want to Learn More, is for those who want more detailed information about disproportionality.