Response to Intervention Collection: Tools

Tools to assess knowledge and level of agreement

These documents provide the shared agreements across stakeholders groups about RTI that address the technical side of RTI. They are the foundation for our collaborative efforts on implementation on RTI. You may want to share these among the groups with whom you work to identify your shared agreements.

This tool provides a summary of the insights across stakeholder groups about RTI. You may consider using this document to begin your discussions and assess the degree to which your stakeholders agree with these insights.

Tools to build common knowledge and understanding

  • PowerPoint & Presenter Guides

The PowerPoint presentations and accompanying Presenter Guides provide coaching to deliver the PowerPoint as a presentation or workshop.

Intended for an audience of non-educators with no to little knowledge about RTI, this presentation provides opportunities to learn basic RTI terminology and foundations for developing a framework to support all students.

Intended for an audience of school personnel with no to little knowledge about RTI, this presentation provides opportunities to learn basic RTI terminology and foundations for developing a framework to support all students.

Intended for an audience familiar with the RTI framework and beginning the journey of implementation, this presentation assists participants in building further understanding and explores policy issues that need to be addressed.

Intended for an audience more experienced in RTI implementation, this presentation addresses transitioning to use of an RTI process for the identification of students with specific learning disabilities.

This page displays information from a variety of states that have implemented RTI.

Tools to help you learn and act together

This document provides four simple questions to help you begin working together.

Dialogue Guides are models for conducting interactive discussions across stakeholders. Each Guide contains one topical document that all who come to the table access in order to start with the same knowledge base; and a set of reaction and application questions for a facilitator to support the assembled group to build areas of agreement and develop action-plan(s). Dialogue Facilitator's Handbook

Your Voice

Your experiences help the Partnership and our readers understand issues and perspectives. Please take a minute to share:

    • Your information needs on the RTI Collection
    • Your information needs on the key elementsof the RTI Collection
    • Materials you consider to be helpful in understanding RTI

To help us understand how the Partnership collection is useful, please take a minute to share:

    • How you used the collection
    • Your reactions to the collection
    • Your ideas for improving the collection

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