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National Center on Response to Intervention - This site has a variety of resources including information about universal screeners, progress monitoring, interventions, and presentations on RtI topics and a discussion forum.
RtI Action Network
Responsiveness to Intervention (RTI): How to Do It
Identifying and Implementing Educational Practices Supported By Rigorous Evidence: A User Friendly Guide
Response to Intervention: Blueprints for Implementation–District Level
Doing What Works - This site is dedicated to helping educators identify and make use of effective teaching practices.
Best Practices Guides from the IES What Works Clearinghouse - These best practice guides address a range of topics such as subject specific interventions, behavior, school improvement.
Promising Practice Network - This site provides quality evidence-based information about what works to improve the lives of children, families, and communities. A wide variety of programs are reviewed including academic, behavioral, physical and mental development, after school, and mentoring.
National Center for Culturally Sensitive Educational Systems
A Cultural, Linguistic, and Ecological Framework for Response to Intervention With English Language Learners - This brief provides some useful guidance specific to English Language Learners in the RtI process.
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Team Evaluation of Process and Solutions (TEPS) - The TEPS should be used periodically to evaluate and reflect on the process and performance of a solution-seeking team. This evaluation can be used at a school district, school, grade, or team level.
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Alternative Program Procedures Template
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) National Technical Assistance Center
PBIS Videos - This page contains several videos that are useful for staff introduction and training on PBIS.
Functional Behavior Assessment
Reducing Behavior Problems in the Elementary Classroom
Cool Timer - This freeware program is a simple countdown clock or stopwatch that can sit on the desktop of your computer. It is helpful for conducting partial interval observation, as a prompt for monitoring behaviors, or for keeping track of time spent on an activity.
MotivAider - The MotivAider is an ingeniously simple device that is designed to help students and teachers monitor and self-manage their behavior. The MotivAider looks like a pager and weighs less than three ounces. You can clip it on a belt or waistband or carry it in a pocket. It uses an adjustable silent, gentle pulsing vibration signal to capture the user's attention without disrupting normal activities. Contact us for pricing and ordering information.
ChartDog 2.0 - Enter data on a web page and then create a chart. The web page can be saved so the chart can be reproduced or additional data points entered.
ChartGizmo - This site allows you to set up a free account to make your own graphs.
ChartTool - This site allows you to create a graph and save it or send it to someone. Free accounts are available.
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Semantic Mapping Procedure - Semantic mapping is a visual strategy for vocabulary expansion and extension of knowledge.
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Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR)
FCRR Summary of Supplemental and Comprehensive Reading Program Interventions
FCRR Interventions for Struggling Readers
FCRR Intensive Reading Programs
FCRR Guidelines for Reviewing Reading and Professional Development Programs
Early Literacy Resources (primarily for Tier 1and Tier 2)
Kids as Reading Helpers: A Peer Tutor Training Manual
Improving Adolescent Literacy: Effective Classroom and Intervention Practices
The following documents are example school schedules that support Response to Intervention (RtI). These schedules provide opportunties for scheduling students for supplemental small group (e.g., Tier 2) or individualized (e.g., Tier 3) interventions within the school day. If you would like to share your school schedule that supports RtI supplemental small group and individualized intervention time with other schools, send your schedule to email@example.com. We will post your schedule here and give you credit for your contribution.
Middle School Schedule with Extended Learning Period
Middle School Schedule with Two Extended Learning Periods
High School Schedule with Extended Learning Period
High School Block (4x4) Schedule with Extended Learning Period