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Leading Change

school-transformation-leading-change For a school, district, office state office to have success improving student outcomes demands total commitment to a set of principles. The effective RtI leader focuses all attention on those principles and actions that have a proven record of empowering high achievement that empowers stakeholders to take the risks necessary to achieve success with all students.






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Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Process of designing instruction that is accessible by all students; UDL includes multiple means of representation, multiple means of expression, and multiple means of engagement; the focus in creation of UDL curricula is on technology and materials.

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Leadership in RtI: Three Big Ideas

Leadership is about inspiring others to become leaders. Leadership is about creating possibilities within a school. Leadership is about people. And leadership is a lot of hard work.

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Leadership, Leadership, Leadership

This article addresses the complexity of MTSS decision-making, identifies critical decision points within Tier 1 at the building level, and provides practical tips and useful tools to improve decision-making throughout the implementation process.

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Reflections on How to Lead RtI: Data-Based Decision Making

Creating a culture that has routines for using data is a great accomplishment. It is no easy feat to have an entire building at a comfortable level with describing and correctly interpreting data.

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The Teacher Leaders We Need

Every school has them. They are those staff members that all other staff members in a school look up to because of their teaching skill, knowledge, and experience.

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The Leader's Role: RTI in Early Childhood Settings

Embracing the concepts that are grounded in a culture of collaboration, student learning, and a focus on results are pivotal.

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The Importance of Leadership in RTI

For RTI to happen in a school, the principal must be the head "instructional leader" who is behind the model one hundred percent.

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