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Best Practices at Tier 2

Supplemental Interventions for Additional Student Support, Elementary

Move away from the way we have always done things and embrace an improved approach to student intervention. At Tier 2 of the RTI at Work process, interventions do not require hiring additional staff, buying more resources, or extending the school day. Instead, this book offers a step-by-step process for how to use your current time and resources to ensure all students learn at high levels.

Benefits

  • Receive proven, practical strategies and tools for creating Tier 2 interventions.
  • Discover the foundational principles of effective educational practices.
  • Understand the roles of teacher, leadership, and intervention teams in the response to intervention (RTI) system.
  • Gain tips and best practices 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 in an elementary education setting.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Making a Case for Doing Things Differently
Chapter 2: Using Collaborative Teams for Effective Intervention
Chapter 3: Getting to Targeted and Specific Interventions
Chapter 4: Using Data to Target Tier 2 Interventions
Chapter 5: Implementing Powerful Instructional Supports
Chapter 6: Building Time in the Schedule for Additional Support
Epilogue

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