Response to Intervention

EDUC X 424.667

Response to Intervention is an approach to effectively diagnose and support general education students having difficulties learning. This course explores models and strategies currently employed in California schools.

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What you will learn.

  • Learn how to effectively diagnose and meet the needs of general education students having difficulties learning
  • Assessing student's academic progress to see if those interventions are sufficient to help the student catch up with peers
  • Explore RTI models and strategies currently employed in schools

About this course:

Response to Intervention (RtI) is an emerging approach to effectively diagnose and meet the needs of general education students having difficulties learning. In the RtI model, a student with academic delays is given 1 or more research-validated interventions. The student's academic progress is monitored frequently to see if those interventions are sufficient to help the student catch up with his or her peers. This course explores a variety of RtI models and strategies currently employed in California school districts.

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