ERIC Number: EJ933650
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 36
Sustaining RtI through Consultee-Centered Consultation
Knotek, Steven E.
California School Psychologist, v10 p93-104 2005
Response-to-intervention (RtI) models utilize a proactive, prevention approach that requires the implementation of a sophisticated, multi-tiered problem-solving process in the regular education environment. Effective and sustainable implementation of these models will necessitate a mechanism to support professional development, treatment fidelity, and the transportability of evidence-based interventions to the unique ecologies of individual school sites. This paper discusses problems related to the implementation of RtI models and outlines professional development issues related to implementation. A case is then made for the use of consultee-centered consultation, because of its focus on consultee development, to sustain the implementation and dissemination of RtI models in schools. The article ends with a presentation of how one RtI model, Instructional Consultation, integrates consultee-centered consultation into its implementation and professional development procedures.
Descriptors: Evidence, Consultants, Fidelity, Sustainability, Problem Solving, Inservice Teacher Education, School Psychology, Educational Assessment, Educational Diagnosis, Special Education, Consultation Programs, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Curriculum Based Assessment, School Psychologists, Response to Intervention, Learning Disabilities, Program Implementation, Program Effectiveness, Models, Special Needs Students
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Adult Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Postsecondary Education
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