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18 10, 2017

RTI and Reading: Response to Intervention in a Nutshell

2018-07-23T14:16:55-05:00

The effort to understand Response to Intervention (RTI) has occupied many thousands of hours and hundreds of position and policy statements, white papers, consensus documents, and research articles. RTI is a process intended to shift educational resources toward the delivery and evaluation of instruction, and away from classification of disabilities. RTI is not a particular method or instructional approach. The success of RTI depends on the timely delivery of research-based instruction by highly qualified instructors. Although RTI can be implemented at any grade level, it is likely that the development of language and literacy skills will be addressed most prominently in [...]

RTI and Reading: Response to Intervention in a Nutshell2018-07-23T14:16:55-05:00
11 01, 2017

Screening, Diagnosing, and Progress Monitoring for Reading Fluency

2017-06-30T16:01:25-05:00

Screening, diagnosing, and progress monitoring are essential to making sure that all students become fluent readers — and the words-correct per-minute (WCPM) procedure can work for all three. The only aspect of the procedure that has to change is the difficulty level of the text. For screening, passages are selected from text at the student’s grade level. For diagnosing, passages are selected at the student’s instructional level (which may be lower than her grade level). In this context, instructional level text is challenging but manageable, with the reader making errors on no more than one in 10 words (i.e., the reader [...]

Screening, Diagnosing, and Progress Monitoring for Reading Fluency2017-06-30T16:01:25-05:00

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