Treatment Integrity: Ensuring the “I” in RtI
A critical element of the Response to Intervention process is that evidence-based interventions are implemented with high degrees of fidelity. In a new article, Joseph Kovaleski, Christina Marco-Fies, and Michael Boneshefski outline direct and indirect measures that can be used to ensure treatment integrity
so that meaningful student outcomes are achieved within a multi-tier system of supports.
Treatment Fidelity Tools
Efforts to create and collect task-analyzed, step-by-step protocols to use in the assessment of treatment integrity have to date been a localized activity. Dr. Joseph Kovaleski of Indiana University in Pennsylvania has assembled a number of available treatment integrity protocols that have been developed by a variety of sources as an aid to practitioners and researchers. Select from the list of over 50 fidelity checklists for reading instruction
RTI Talk: Ensuring the Fidelity of the “I” in RtI
October 28, 2013 at 3 p.m. ET
Join Dr. Christina Marco-Fies during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about how to determine the level of treatment integrity to ensure an intervention is implemented as planned, intended, or originally designed. Submit your questions today