—Ronda Shelvan, Special Education Teacher, Washougal School District, WA
'The book includes examples, case studies, and resources that are very useful for teachers and administrators'—Judy Rockley, State Trainer, Kansas State Department of Education
Academic achievement and behaviour are intertwined, and students often struggle with challenges spanning both areas. This research-based and practical book helps educators apply proven Response to Intervention (RTI) methods in a new way—as a highly effective, comprehensive approach to addressing behavioural issues and related academic achievement.
Nationally known expert Cara Shores describes how schools have successfully used RTI to improve behavior in the general education K–12 environment. Readers will learn how to implement RTI both in the individual classroom and schoolwide. This guide includes:
- Vignettes showing how educators can address behavioural issues with RTI's three tiers
- Guidance on building teams and leveraging resources to effectively reach at-risk students
- Advice on the role of behavioural assessment within RTI, including universal screening and progress monitoring for behaviour
- Interactive exercises, reproducibles, and other tools