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Integrated Multi Tiered Systems Of Support

Author : Kent McIntosh
ISBN : 9781462524747
Genre : Psychology
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Many schools have implemented academic response to intervention (RTI) and schoolwide positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) as separate initiatives. This book provides keys to making these programs more effective, seamless, efficient, and sustainable by combining them into a single multi-tiered system of support (MTSS). Steps and strategies are outlined for integrating data structures, practices, teams, and district systems. Contributing authors present detailed case examples of successful MTSS implementation in three states. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding, the book features 27 reproducible checklists and evaluation tools. Purchasers get access to a companion website where they can download and print the reproducible materials plus other helpful resources. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series, edited by T. Chris Riley-Tillman.
Category: Psychology

Practical Handbook Of Multi Tiered Systems Of Support

Author : Rachel Brown-Chidsey
ISBN : 9781462522514
Genre : Psychology
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Accessible and comprehensive, this book shows how to build a schoolwide multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) from the ground up. The MTSS framework encompasses tiered systems such as response to intervention (RTI) and positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS), and is designed to help all K-12 students succeed. Every component of an MTSS is discussed: effective instruction, the role of school teams, implementation in action, assessment, problem solving, and data-based decision making. Practitioner-friendly features include reflections from experienced implementers and an extended case study. Reproducible checklists and forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.
Category: Psychology

Rti In Middle And High Schools

Author : William N. Bender
ISBN : 9781936764365
Genre : Education
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Perhaps more than any other single initiative, response to intervention is likely to restructure how middle and high school teachers teach in a very profound way. This timely and targeted resource discusses the innovations of RTI, differentiated instruction, and instructional technologies. Based on numerous real-world case studies, this book explores solutions for the complex challenges the RTI implementation process brings
Category: Education

Managing Classroom Beaviors Using An Rti Mtss Framework

Author : Jim Wright
ISBN : 9781938539176
Genre : Classroom management
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Designed for use by teachers, this 6-page, quick-reference laminated guide by Jim Wright, founder of Intervention Central (www.interventioncentral.org), describes a range of evidenced-based Tier 1 (whole class) RTI/MTSS strategies and interventions to prevent and manage disruptive or inappropriate classroom behaviors. Topics include: Teaching and reinforcing behavioral expectations; Making instruction engaging and effective; Developing effective teacher-student communication; Strategies for dealing with non-compliant behaviors, inattentive behaviors, anxious behaviors; Breaking the aggression cycle. An invaluable classroom tool that will help teachers maintain a positive and productive classroom climate where all students learn.
Category: Classroom management

Taking The Lead On Adolescent Literacy

Author : Nancy Dean
ISBN : 9781412979801
Genre : Education
File Size : 52.61 MB
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Directly linked with overall student achievement, graduation rates, and success in higher education, literacy is essential for reaching academic goals in a school or county. Adolescent literacy has become the focus of many school improvement efforts to meet the needs of secondary and high school students. Without the requisite expertise in literacy, administrators and other school leaders charged with literacy improvement initiatives need a systemic and sustained approach for improving student literacy and learning. Taking the Lead on Adolescent Literacy presents a concrete, user-friendly, and practical guide to developing, implementing, and monitoring a schoolwide or county-wide literacy action plan. Readers will find rubrics, tools, and processes developed and field-tested by the authors over more than 10 years of close work with schools across the country.
Category: Education

A Measure Of Success

Author : Christine Espin
ISBN : 9780816679706
Genre : Education
File Size : 44.5 MB
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Simple in concept, far-reaching in implementation, Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) was developed in the 1980s as an efficient way to assess the progress of struggling students, including those with disabilities. Today, there are few areas of special education policy and practice that have not been influenced by CBM progress monitoring. The impact of CBM is reflected in recent education reforms that emphasize improvements in assessment and data-based decision making. Gathering an international group of leading researchers and practitioners, A Measure of Success provides a comprehensive picture of the past, present, and possible future of CBM progress monitoring. The book will be instrumental for researchers and practitioners in both general and special education, particularly those involved in the rapidly growing Response to Intervention (RTI) approach, an approach used to determine the performance and placement of students with learning difficulties. A Measure of Success presents a nuanced examination of CBM progress monitoring in reading, math, and content-area learning to assess students at all levels, from early childhood to secondary school, and with a wide range of abilities, from high- and low-incidence disabilities to no disabilities. This study also evaluates how the approach has affected instructional practices, teacher training, psychology and school psychology, educational policy, and research in the United States and beyond. Timely and unique, this volume will interest anyone in education who wants to harness the potential advantage of progress monitoring to improve outcomes for students. Contributors: Laurence Bergeron; Lionel A. Blatchley; Renee Bradley; Mary T. Brownell, U of Florida; Todd W. Busch, U of St. Thomas; Heather M. Campbell, St. Olaf College; Ann Casey; Theodore J. Christ, U of Minnesota; Kelli D. Cummings, U of Oregon; Eric Dion, U du Québec à Montréal; Isabelle Dubé, U du Québec à Montréal; Hank Fien, U of Oregon; Anne Foegen, Iowa State U; Douglas Fuchs, Vanderbilt U; Lynn S. Fuchs, Vanderbilt U; Gary Germann; Kim Gibbons; Roland H. Good III, U of Oregon; Anne W. Graves, San Diego State U; John L. Hosp, U of Iowa; Michelle K. Hosp; Joseph R. Jenkins, U of Washington; Ruth A. Kaminski; Panayiota Kendeou, Neapolis U Pafos, Cyprus; Dong-il Kim, Seoul National U, South Korea; Amanda Kloo, U of Pittsburgh; Danika Landry, U du Québec à Montréal; Erica Lembke, U of Missouri; Francis E. Lentz Jr., U of Cincinnati; Sylvia Linan-Thompson, U of Texas at Austin; Charles D. Machesky; Doug Marston; James L. McLeskey, U of Florida; Timothy C. Papadopoulos, U of Cyprus; Kelly A. Powell-Smith; Greg Roberts, U of Texas at Austin; Margaret J. Robinson; Steven L. Robinson, Minnesota State U, Mankato; Catherine Roux, U du Québec à Montréal; Barbara J. Scierka; Edward S. Shapiro, Lehigh U; Jongho Shin, Seoul National U, South Korea; Mark R. Shinn, National Louis U; James G. Shriner, U of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Paul T. Sindelar, U of Florida; Deborah L. Speece, U of Maryland; Pamela M. Stecker, Clemson U; Martha L. Thurlow, U of Minnesota; RenátaTichá, U of Minnesota; Gerald Tindal, U of Oregon; Paul van den Broek, Leiden U, the Netherlands; Sharon Vaughn, U of Texas at Austin; Dana L. Wagner, Augsburg College; Teri Wallace, Minnesota State U, Mankato; Jeanne Wanzek, Florida State U; Mary Jane White, U of Minnesota; Mitchell L. Yell, U of South Carolina; Naomi Zigmond, U of Pittsburgh.
Category: Education

Classwide Positive Behavior Interventions And Supports

Author : Brandi Simonsen
ISBN : 9781462519439
Genre : Psychology
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A vital classroom management resource, this book shows how to implement positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) in K-12 classrooms, regardless of whether PBIS is adopted schoolwide. The primary focus is universal (Tier 1) support for all students. Practical, step-by-step guidelines are provided for structuring the classroom environment, actively engaging students in instruction, teaching positive expectations, and establishing a continuum of strategies to reinforce positive behavior and respond to inappropriate behavior. Numerous real-world examples and learning exercises are included. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying, the book includes reproducible tools for classwide PBIS planning and implementation. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.
Category: Psychology

Vocabulary Instruction For Struggling Students

Author : Patricia F. Vadasy
ISBN : 9781462502912
Genre : Education
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Addressing a key skill in reading, writing, and speaking, this comprehensive book is grounded in cutting-edge research on vocabulary development. It presents evidence-based instructional approaches for at-risk students, including English language learners and those with learning difficulties. Coverage ranges from storybook reading interventions for preschoolers to direct instruction and independent word-learning strategies for older students. Guidance is provided on using word lists effectively and understanding how word features influence learning. The book also reviews available vocabulary assessment tools and describes how to implement them in a response-to-intervention framework.
Category: Education

But What Do I Do

Author : Catherine Collier
ISBN : 9781506351186
Genre : Education
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Identifying appropriate strategies for instruction or intervention made easy! Select individualized and evidence-based interventions for struggling students with this comprehensive guide. Organized around an alphabetized and cross-referenced list and a fold-out selection grid featuring more than 150 PBIS, RTI and MTSS interventions, you’ll quickly find the tools to resolve specific learning and behavioral challenges. You’ll learn to Meet the needs of all your struggling students including at-risk, culturally and linguistically diverse, as well as those with IEPs Progress monitor, document, and modify instructional strategies Identify specific interventions for distinct learning and behavior problems Implement in variety of settings, including special education, learning assistance programs, and full-inclusion
Category: Education

Nuts Bolts Multi Tiered Systems Of Support A Basic Guide To Implementing Preventative Practice In Our Schools Community

Author : Gary Schaffer
ISBN : 9781483591810
Genre : Education
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It’s no surprise, systematic change from a reactionary refer-test-place model to that of a preventative three-tiered service delivery model is difficult! For those with much experience with Response to Intervention (RtI) to those with little experience, there are daunting challenges, alterations in educational roles, and a sense of urgency. Despite all the aforementioned factors, RtI has garnered considerable support across the nation for allocating resources more effectively, keeping educational funds replete, reducing special education rates, and providing a better opportunity than ever for students to succeed academically. For all these reasons and many more, RtI became law in NYS in 2012 and provided districts with set guidelines to follow. Unfortunately, RtI models implemented incorrectly or with little planning leads to seemingly insurmountable challenges, a sense of defeat, and confusion for even the most resilient of schools and organizations. As a result, this manual has been developed to provide brief guidance, support, and proper implementation for not only RtI but for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS). Under the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support model, the familiar three-tiered RtI triangle has been utilized to simply, unify, and delineate best evidence-based practices for attendance, academics (RtI), behavior (SWPBIS) social-emotional concerns (SWPBIS), and suicide prevention. Additionally, descriptions and set protocols for implementing intervention efforts have been suggested across the aforementioned areas. Together, we can all support one another in welcoming Multi-Tiered Systems of Support into our schools and make alterations to procedures as we learn and grow together. This document’s interface is interactive, when you see blue text, you can click it to access certain points within the document and resources from the internet, such as the table of contents or NYASP’s website. You can even click the NYASP logo to access the New York Association of School Psychologist’s main page.
Category: Education