The RTI Action Network
has created a Leadership Network to support those leading RTI Implementation at the district and building level. Designed to accommodate busy educators with full schedules, the Leadership Network will provide members important guidance on how to proceed to get results for improved student achievement. Learn more and join today!
Creating Capacity: Preparing Educators for RTI
As a follow-up to the symposium co-sponsored by the National Education Association (NEA) and the RTI Action Network
, this month we are featuring a series of blogs on Response to Intervention and the importance of teacher preparation and professional development (see below). The archived videos from "Creating Capacity: Preparing Educators for RTI"
are also available for free through the NEA Academy.
RTI Curriculum in Higher Education
David P. Prasse, Dean of the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago, recommends all professional education programs integrate RTI knowledge and skill sets into the curriculum and clinical experience implementation. In his latest blog, Dr. Prasse offers suggestions
for general content areas that must be included in the higher education curriculum so that graduates understand RTI and have the skill sets necessary for successful implementation.