Session 01 Secondary Mathematics: Case Study Analysis and Data Teaming Processes

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Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-tiered system that provides focused and targeted instructional assistance to students who are struggling and involves general and special education collaboration. Instructional assistance closely parallels screening assessments and is followed by systematic monitoring of student progress. RTI is an increasingly used system to improve learning outcomes in the area of literacy and is now naturally expanding to the area of mathematics. As a result, professionals involved in RTI are seeking guidance on how to best teach mathematics to students who are struggling and/or have learning disabilities within the context of a multi-tiered system of support. The purpose of this advanced session is to introduce and develop the eight core principles of an effective RTI framework for mathematics, content and instructional recommendations at the secondary level.


Title of Training: 2013 RtII Implementers Forum: Collective Skill and Will
Presenter: Paul Riccomini, Ph.D.
Training Date: 06/25/2013

Topic: Mathematics, Response to Instruction & Intervention


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