Hawker Brownlow Education

Best Practices at Tier 2: Supplemental Interventions for Additional Student Support, Secondary

Author: Mike Mattos, Austin Buffum, Sharon V Kramer, Bob Sonju

Availability: Pre-order

Code: SOT6227

ISBN: 9781760566227

No of Pages: 146

 

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Price: $34.95

Description

Research is conclusive: response to intervention (RTI) is the best way to intervene when students struggle in school. Also known as a multitiered system of support (MTSS), the RTI process ensures every student receives the additional time and support needed for academic success. A companion to Best Practices at Tier 1, this guide provides secondary educators with fundamental principles, practices, and tools for implementing effective Tier 2 intervention strategies.


The RTI at Work™ inverted pyramid is designed to continually focus a school’s collective attention and resources to a single point: the individual child.


TIER 1
A coherent and viable core curriculum that embeds ongoing monitoring for all students


TIER 2
Immediate and targeted interventions systematically applied and monitored for any students not achieving


TIER 3
Intensive interventions focused on closing gaps


Your guide to implementing Tier 2 of response to intervention in secondary schools:



  • Understand the challenges facing schools, and consider why educators need to change their thinking.

  • Receive proven, practical strategies and tools for implementing Tier 2 instruction and interventions.

  • Discover the foundational principles of effective educational practices.

  • Identify the roles of teacher, leadership, and intervention teams, and understand why they are essential to the intervention system.

  • Gain tips for determining student-learning levels and how to move student learning forward.

  • Review structures and schedules that build time in the school day to support students who need interventions.

  • Utilize teacher teams and the 4 Critical Questions of the PLC at Work® framework to ensure all students master essential curriculum.