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Teacher Support and RTI

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Offer Response To Intervention information to teachers in a series of short presentation or discussion forums. A common mistake that schools make in rolling out RTI is to present their teachers with RTI information in a single, long presentation - with little opportunity for questions or discussion.

Here's an idea to consider:

Create a year-long RTI information sharing plan. Determine what RTI information your school would like to present to staff, as well as the degree of faculty input and discussion needed. The draft a year-long plan to communicate with staff about RTI. Each year, update the plan to keep faculty updated about implementation of the RTI model.

Michael Eskridge, Ed.D.

Executive Director

Advance Innovative Education

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