When We Know Better, We Do Better: The Relationship Between Teacher Knowledge and Effective RTI
Written by an educator with decades of experience and a doctorate in Educational Psychology, this Education Insight paper discusses how teachers can improve their students' reading scores by improving their personal knowledge of RTI, Response to Intervention. RTI for reading is not a particular method. Instead, Response to Intervention is a proven, collaborative process that shifts a teacher's focus to delivery and evaluation of instruction to accelerate a student's learning. This Education Insight provides specific steps about how teachers can use RTI in their classrooms to have a greater impact on a struggling student's progress while they are learning to read. This is a highly informative paper. The techniques discussed are perfect for teachers who want to eliminate student reading errors they find in their day-to-day teaching. Download this paper and start reading it right away.
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