Often educators find the Response–to–Intervention (RTI) process too complicated to put into practice. This important book provides an effective approach to RTI that/raws on a proven "solution–focused" method. This positive approach generates less work to implement and emphasizes a student?s strengths rather than his or her weaknesses. Solution–Focused RTI shows how to identify exceptions to students? learning problems and /esign personalized interventions to help those students succeed. Metcalf provides educators with the basic building blocks of the solution–focused approach and step–by–step guidelines for implementing a three–tiered RTI process. Engage students and parents in a process that is respectful, collaborative, and hopeful Decrease paperwork Increase morale among teachers through teamwork Motivate students by enlisting their ideas Involve parents by making them experts on their own child ...

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