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Response to Intervention and Multi-Tier System of Supports

These resources provide information and research based practices on implementing RtI and MTSS in districts and classrooms.
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Response to Intervention and Multi-Tier System of Supports
  • Judy Elliott says:
    GTIPS can be found on either FL websites. The purpose of this manual is to assist districts as they implement and support data-based decision making using a systematic problem-solving process at all levels of operation: district level, school level, grade level (pre-kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, and high school), classroom level, student subgroup level, and individual student level.
  • Judy Elliott says:
    For practitioners, teachers, administrators and parents. Includes blogs, articles, virtual visits to schools, voices from the field, etc. It includes information on areas such as English Learners, as well as RtI Secondary practices.
  • Judy Elliott says:
    These downloadable Blueprints can be found at NASDSE.org. Simply type the title in the website search engine. These Blueprints were developed by some of the most experienced practitioners in the field. They describe the essential components needed for a plan for RtI at the school and District levels.
  • Judy Elliott says:
    This is a must have primer for RtI that lays out the history of RtI, including foundations in research and policy, support for RtI in Federal law, core principles and essential components, and more!
  • Judy Elliott says:
    State level generated resources for MTSS implementation – videos, materials in multiple language, SLD identification for Florida and more.
  • Judy Elliott says:
    The go to website for practitioners chocked full of resources, evidence and research based tools and guidance. Provides links to other national sites, resources, and articles/tools.
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