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Mathematics RTI: A Problem-Solving Approach to Creating an Effective Model

 
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By David Allsopp, Patricia Alvarez McHatton, Sharon Nichole Estock Ray and Jennie L. Farmer

Mathematics RTI goes beyond existing research to also provide guidance on how to effectively develop an intervention framework for different learners. This administrative guide takes a practical, problem-solving approach to your mathematics RTI challenges in four systematic sections:

  1. Defining the Problem – The Current Context of Mathematics RTI
  2. Analyzing the Problem – What We Know, What We Don't Know, and What We Need to Learn
  3. Developing and Implementing a Plan – Toward Comprehensive Mathematics RTI
  4. Evaluating the Plan – Is Mathematics RTI Working?

Each section begins with a "Snapshot" that describes the focus of each chapter and ends with a "What Did We Learn?" summary to highlight essential problem-solving information that will be used in the next section.

Improve your intervention, identification and referral processes by learning how to:

  • Evaluate your current practices to identify what you need to do to build an effective math RTI program
  • Use a set of foundational ideas that provide a framework for planning and implementing mathematics RTI
  • Identify students with math disabilities, including those who are also gifted or English language learners
  • Apply the characteristics of high-quality professional development to math RTI so you can begin to improve instruction and processes
  • Put math RTI into action at the school-building level Complete with checklists and forms to help you plan, implement and evaluate your framework!

(2010. Softcover. 213 pp. Product Code: 300608. S/H: $5.50)


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