Implementing RtI With Gifted Students shares how RtI can fit within the framework of gifted education programming models. This edited book will serve as a reference guide for those interested in learning more about RtI and how it might be effectively implemented to meet the needs of all gifted students. Chapters contributed by top gifted education experts focus on topics including tiered supports and services for gifted learners; screening, assessment, and progress monitoring; evidence-based practices; popular gifted education models that fit within a tiered framework; and diversity. Additional resources for schools include a self-assessment needs survey; guidelines for planning; forms, templates, and timelines for getting started; and rubrics for reviewing implementation fidelity and progress.
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This book is well-organized, well researched and easy to read and understand. I think it would be an excellent guide for any organization or individual looking to implement RTI with gifted students. The only thing I didn't like about the book was a format issue where words occasionally broke across lines. It's a pet peeve of mine.