Response to Intervention (RTI)

RTI integrates high-quality teaching and assessment methods in a systematic way so that students who are not successful when presented with one set of instructional methods can be given the chance to succeed with the use of other practices.

Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success. Academic Systems provide 1-5% Intensive, Individual Interventions (Individual Students; Assessment-based; and High Intensity) with 5-10% Targeted Group Interventions (Some students [at-risk]; High efficiency; Rapid response) and finally 80-90% Universal Interventions for all students focusing on a technique that is preventive, and proactive. Behavioral Systems provide 1-5% Intensive, Individual Interventions (Individual Students, Assessment-based; and Intense, durable procedures), with 5-10% Targeted Group Interventions (Some students [at-risk]; High efficiency; and Rapid response) and finally 80-90% Universal Interventions (for All settings, and all students; with a preventive, and proactive approach).

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