RTI: Consideration for School Leaders - Coggle Diagram
RTI: Consideration for School Leaders
Obtain Teacher Support
Teachers are less likely to implement an approach with fidelity if it is inconsistent with their teaching styles.
If teachers believe an approach will not be effective, even if it is based on research, they are less likely to implement it well.
How much more paperwork is required for the teachers?
How much will RTI affect our current classroom practices?
Will there be experienced individuals to help guide us through this process?
Stages of Change
Creating an action plan
Implementing the plan
Becoming Informed Benefits
Increasingly intense levels of instructional interventions
Identification of students with learning disabilities in the early grades
Early intervening for students who are struggling with reading
Building Support By
Present a case for making the school-wide change to this representative group
Identify a group of individuals who represent the varied interests at the school
Title I funds
Up to 40% of students receiving special education services receive these services because of reading difficulties.
Willingness to learn
Multilevel Prevention Approach
Identifying students who have a learning disability