Intro to Response to Intervention (RTI)

(5 Hours) This course, best for educators new to the RTI model, provides an overview for how instruction in the classroom can best support a response to intervention model. The response to intervention process is reviewed, and a justification for its use in improving academic performance are outlined in this training. Differentiated instruction is explored as a fundamental component of intervention processes inside and out of the classroom.

ONLINE COURSE DETAILS

  • Price: $15.00
  • Credit Type: Professional Development
  • Credits: 5 PD Hours
  • High-Quality Resources Provided With The Course

Learn About the 3-Tier RTI Model & How Intervention Programs Are Used to Improve the Performance of Different Student Groups

Learn The Core Components of an RTI System, The Laws Regarding RTI, and The Key Members and Roles of a Successful RTI Team

Learn How to Collect Meaningful Data, Identify At-Risk Students, & Use Collected Data For Progress Monitoring & Reporting to Team Members & Parents

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What You Will Learn In This Course:

In this course, response to intervention programs (RTI) are reviewed, and a justification for their use in improving academic performance will be outlined. Differentiated instruction will be explored as a fundamental component of intervention processes inside and out of the classroom. Participants will learn how instruction in the classroom can best support a response to intervention model.  We will cover:

  • The response to intervention model
  • Applications in the classroom
  • Key strategies on reporting, data management, & parent engagement

Course Guiding Question:

What is response to intervention, why is it important for students, and how can it appropriately be implemented into my classroom?

Professional Development Credits:

At the conclusion of the course, you will receive a certificate for 5 Professional Development Hours (Clock Hours, CPEs, CEUs).

Model Teaching and Action Potential Learning Professional Development Courses are pre-approved in the following states:

  • Texas: TEA CPE# 902-391, under parent company Action Potential Learning, LLC
  • Montana: Office of Public Instruction (OPI) approved
  • New York State: CTLE# 23730

If you are a teacher in a different state and wish to use our Professional Development Courses for teacher license renewal, please view our PD STATE REQUIREMENTS PAGE to learn more about your state’s requirements.

Also, consider taking our UNIVERSITY-PARTNERED, ACADEMIC CREDIT COURSES to earn regionally-accredited units or credits, accepted by most states.

 

Monique Carlisle, Instructor

Education:
B.S. Education
Applied Learning & Development
University of Texas at Austin

Experience & Credentials:
Over 11 Years of Teaching Experience
Former Elementary-Level Teacher
Montessori Certification
G/T Student Performance & Curriculum Trained
Experience with Students with Learning Disabilites
STATE CERTIFIED TEACHER

Course Sections:

Section 1 – RTI Fundamentals

  • The Core Components of an RTI System
  • The Laws Regarding RTI
  • How to Create a Successful RTI Team

Section 2 – Tiered Instruction

  • The Purpose of Tiered Instruction
  • How to Utilize the Tiered Structure Effectively
  • Intervention Strategies for Each Tier

Section 3 – Data

  • How to Make Data-Driven Decisions Through:
    • Screening & Identification of At-Risk Students
    • Progress Monitoring

Section 4 – Putting It All Together

Section 5 – Applying What You Have Learned

Helpful Resources & Templates Included With the Course

The course comes with 4 templates, tools, and graphic organizers ready to be used in your clas