This series of self-paced learning modules takes a closer look at how assessment and data-based decision making are used within the RTI framework. The first in this series provides an overview of the types of assessments that can be used within a RTI framework, while the others look more specifically at decision making using screening and progress monitoring data. The final module explores how the multi-level prevention system relates to special education and how RTI differs from a prereferral process.how the multi-level prevention system relates to special education and how RTI differs from a prereferral process.
This series of self-paced learning modules provides an introduction to Response to Intervention (RTI), including the essential components, types of assessments used for RTI, and the basics of RTI implementation. 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.
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This page provides biographical information about the staff that support the Center on RTI at AIR.