Response to Intervention (RTI) is a relatively new system for assessment and instruction that has promising potential for teaching mathematics. This book presents a discussion about RTI in mathematics and offers guidelines for educators responsible for planning, designing, and delivering of mathematics instructional programs that reach all students.
Each chapter begins with a brief description of how RTI can be implemented in various areas of math and presents multiple examples of RTI procedures that are illustrated by various case studies. Guidelines in each chapter address common concerns and provide suggestions for multiple interventions related to the specific math areas.
The authors explain the need for effective interventions and include:
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