RTI and Differentiated InstructionGo Hand-in-Hand
Response to Intervention
integrates assessment and interven-tion within a multi-level prevention system to maximize studentachievement and to reduce behavior problems. With RTI, schoolsidentify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor stu-dent progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust the
intensity and nature of those interventions depending on a student’s
is a way to plan/deliver the curricu-
lum in Tier 1 of RTI’s multi
-level prevention system. In the first tier,teachers should be using research-based, differentiated instructionto meet the needs of 80-90 percent of their learners. DifferentiatedInstruction includes [but is not limited to] assessment, learningprofiles, multiple intelligences, cooperative learning, tiered instruc-
tion and flexible grouping. It’s consistently and proactively creating
different pathways to help all students become successful.
Volume 4, Issue 6
Nixa Public Schools
RTI and DI Go Hand-in-Hand1Proactive PlanningDifferentiated Seating Arrangement2Differentiated Ap-pointment Partners3 Anchor Activities 4
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April, already? Where has the year gone?