Response to Intervention: Principles and Strategies for Effective Practice (Practical Intervention Series) / Edition 1

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Meeting a key need, this is the first comprehensive guide to implementing a schoolwide response to intervention (RTI) program. The book is geared to helping practitioners understand and respond to No Child Left Behind and to the new special education eligibility guidelines outlined in IDEA 2004. Presented are the theoretical and empirical foundations of the approach and a clear, 10-step model for conducting RTI procedures with students, including those from diverse backgrounds, who are experiencing learning difficulties. Helpful reproducibles include 11 worksheets and more than two dozen overhead transparency masters, in a large-size format with layflat binding to facilitate photocopying.
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"The authors present a clear foundation, rationale, and framework to implement an RTI model. In an age of standards-based accountability, school personnel must have access to models and methods for data-based decision making. This text effectively communicates how to collect and use data to better understand the relationship between the educational environment and student progress. In this way, the text will support the preparation and training of educators as practitioner-scientists--professionals who know how to use assessment data dynamically to modify the instructional environment and maximize student outcomes."--Theodore J. Christ, PhD, School Psychology Program, University of Minnesota

"Even for those who are excited about the potential of RTI to make a real difference in addressing the needs of diverse learners, there is uncertainty about where to begin. This book fills a critical void in the literature. It describes the 'who,' 'what,' 'when,' 'where,' and 'how' of implementing RTI so concretely and coherently that it will make the transition seem doable for even the most reluctant member of a school team. Both the FAQ section and the transparency masters make this a particularly useful handbook for training and implementation. This is one of those rare books that present a complex and controversial set of ideas not only simply and clearly, but with sufficient sophistication that will be useful to a range of audiences. This book will be a godsend for preservice trainers of school psychologists and special educators and for administrators and consultants charged with improving outcomes for all students through the implementation of RTI procedures."--Judith E. Loughlin, PhD, IDEAL Consulting Services and School Psychology Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

"RTI is receiving increased attention as an empirically based model for making special education service decisions. This book provides an excellent contribution to the literature on RTI and will serve as a fundamental source related to this decision-making model. Drs. Brown-Chidsey and Steege offer readers step-by-step guidelines for applying this model to their practice. This book will be enormously helpful to school psychologists and other school-based professionals, as well as university programs in school psychology, special education, and education."--Tanya L. Eckert, PhD, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University

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Rachel Brown-Chidsey, PhD, is Associate Professor and Coordinator of the School Psychology Program at the University of Southern Maine. Prior to obtaining her doctorate at the University of Massachusetts/n-/Amherst, she taught middle and high school history and special education for 10 years. Her research areas include curriculum-based measurement, response to intervention, and scientifically based reading instruction methods. Dr. Brown-Chidsey participated in the 2002 Multi-Site Conference on Future of School Psychology and subsequently edited [i]Assessment for Intervention: A Problem-Solving Approach[/i], which stemmed from the research presented at the conference. Dr. Brown-Chidsey is a nationally certified school psychologist and a licensed psychologist, and she has served on the Maine Advisory Board for School Psychological Service Providers and the Maine Task Force for Special Education Eligibility.

Mark W. Steege, PhD, is Professor and Clinical Coordinator of the School Psychology Program at the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Steege earned his doctorate at the University of Iowa and completed postdoctoral work as a pediatric psychologist at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. His research areas include functional behavioral assessment, interventions for individuals with developmental disabilities, and assessment of autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Steege coauthored [i]Conducting School-Based Functional Behavioral Assessments: A Practitioner's Guide[/i], with T. Steuart Watson, and has published numerous articles related to applied behavior analysis, functional behavioral assessment, and single-subject research design.

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Table of Contents


1. Introduction: What Is Response to Intervention (RTI)?
2. NCLB, IDEIA, and RTI: Linkages across National Education Policies
3. RTI Instead of Discrepancy Models
4. Evidence-Based Interventions
5. Single-Subject Experimental Design
6. Single-Subject Research and RTI: A Natural Collaboration
7. Using RTI Procedures for Assessment of Academic Difficulties
8. Using RTI Procedures with Students from Diverse Backgrounds: Considering Ability, Culture, Language, Race, and Religion
9. Using RTI Procedures as Part of Special Education Eligibility Decision Making
10. RTI Reports: Formal Evidence of Student Progress
11.Training Educators to Use RTI Methods
12. Frequently Asked Questions...and Our Best Responses: Some Conclusions about RTI
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