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|Florida's Introduction to Multi-Tiered System of Supports
This online training provides an introduction to a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). The course provides an overview of an MTSS, describes the critical components of multi-tiered instruction and intervention for academics (e.g., reading) and behavior, describes the problem-solving process and how it used to make data-based decisions about instruction and intervention, and discusses how an MTSS relates to special education eligibility and processes. Additionally, case studies are provided for participants to apply what they learned about an MTSS.
|IDEA Partnership's Collaborative Work on Response to Intervention
The IDEA Partnership is dedicated to improving outcomes for students and youth with disabilities by joining state agencies and stakeholders. This comprehensive online collection of resources is designed to assist you in learning more about Response to Intervention and best practices for its implementation on all levels — federal, state, and local. Included are introductory and advanced resources.
|IRIS Center: Vanderbilt University
The IRIS Center provides free, online, interactive training enhancements to be used in both college and university courses and in professional development activities for practicing educators. A four-part training module on RtI is available under the Differentiated Instruction section of the online module listings. The training is a STAR Legacy module, which incorporates a combination of a challenge, interactive activities, and multiple opportunities for sharing, assessment, and revision.
|NRCLD Responsiveness to Intervention Symposium
This page appears on the National Research Center on Learning Disabilities (NRCLD) website. On December 4-5, 2003 the NRCLD sponsored a two-day symposium focusing on RtI issues. The page provides links to papers presented during the symposium, presentations, and video of the symposium sessions, when available.
The Response-to-Intervention Consortium is supported by a grant from the Nebraska Department of Education to provide ongoing leadership and support for Educational Service Units and school districts in the implementation of RtI practices. The website offers links to six introductory training modules designed to provide a brief overview of RtI and its components. Links are also provided to Nebraska’s RtI Technical Assistance Guidelines.
|Response to Intervention: Training for California Educators
This website is a product of a collaborative project between the Special Education Division (SED) and Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) and is designed to provide web-based training programs for general and special education personnel. The site offers links to previously aired webcasts on RtI as well as supplemental materials and related links.
|Wrightslaw: Response to Intervention
This website contains links to articles and free publications about Response to Intervention. The page also includes a list of recommended websites.