ERIC Number: ED539005
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Oct-27
Abstractor: As Provided
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RTI in Middle and High Schools
Bender, William N.
Perhaps more than any other single initiative, response to intervention is likely to restructure how middle and high school teachers teach in a very profound way. While the impact of RTI alone will be significant, when coupled with differentiated lesson activities for all Tier 1 instruction, and supported by up-to-date instruction technologies, that impact is likely to refocus instruction in middle and high school classes rather drastically. "RTI in Middle and High Schools" is a timely and targeted resource that discusses the innovations of RTI, differentiated instruction, and instructional technologies. Explore numerous real-world case studies and find solutions for the complex challenges of implementing the RTI process. Benefits include: (1) Supplies multiple strategies and processes designed to bring coherence and measurement to instructional planning; (2) Submits five effective guidelines for total system improvement; (3) Outlines a SMART process for professional learning; and (4) Offers practical tools for sustained focus throughout professional development.
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Individualized Instruction, Response to Intervention, High Schools, Instructional Development, Secondary School Teachers, Professional Development, Teaching Methods, Measurement
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Publication Type: Books; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: High Schools; Middle Schools; Secondary Education
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