Virtual Visit: Prairie Children Preschool
The National Center for Learning Disabilities’ RTI Action Network
travels to schools across the country to find examples of real people doing real work with RTI. Our latest Virtual Visit features Prairie Children Preschool in Aurora, Illinois, which has been successfully implementing RTI in an early childhood setting
for several years. Listen to Principal LuAnn Shield and her staff as they discuss the reasons they have designed their program they way they have, how they use data to make decisions and how they involve parents in throughout the process of RTI implementation. Let Prairie Children Preschool walk you and your team through the RTI process from beginning to end!
RTI Blog: Developing Contingency Plans for Intervention
Contingency plans — you have them for inclement weather, a school bus arriving late and when a field trip gets postponed but have you thought about contingency plans for RTI interventions? In this month’s blog, Developing Contingency Plans for Intervention
, Dawn Miller provides three common scenarios for addressing common interruptions in RTI intervention delivery.
Upcoming RTI Talk:
Multi-Tier Systems of Support in Middle Schools
Join Jonathan Ross as he explores the application of multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) in middle school settings and answers your questions about key issues. He will offer specific tips for how school teams can work together to introduce and sustain MTSS. Mr. Ross will also offer examples to illustrate the application of RTI practices that increase student achievement for academics and behavior at the middle school level.
Submit advance questions now or simply join the chat live on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 2 p.m. ET.