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The Practical Guide to RTI: Six Steps to School-wide Success
The Practical Guide to RTI: Six Steps to School-wide Success
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The Practical Guide to RTI: Six Steps to School-Wide Success: Six Steps to School-wide Success

The Practical Guide to RTI: Six Steps to School-wide Success shows K-6 school leaders how to start, customize, and sustain Response to Intervention (RTI) in a common sense and effective way. With a focus on Tier 2 and Tier 3, veteran educators Rebecca Johnson and Vicki Weatherman guide principals and teachers through a three-tiered RTI implementation process for K-6 schools. Johnson and Weatherman’s voices are authentic. They demystify the RTI process by drawing from their own experience with establishing and maintaining a high-quality RTI program in Las Vegas, Nevada, one of the nation’s largest school districts. The Practical Guide to RTI provides clear, step-by-step directions with case studies, a glossary, and valuable lists of additional resources. An exclusive link helps you download customizable charts, forms, and templates. Help your school embed RTI as a school-wide culture that supports each student’s academic journey with The Practical Guide to RTI.

Interest LevelGrades K-6
PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Page Dimensions8 1/2" x 11"
Page Count120
School/Library Price

Vicki Weatherman

Vicki Weatherman

Vicki Weatherman has been teaching for the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV for the past twenty years. She earned her B.S. in Education in 1991 from the University of Nevada. Her M.S. in Education was awarded by Nova South Eastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL in 1995. Additionally, she has earned thirty-two credits of post-masters work in education, completing an Advanced Studies Certificate from Touro University in Nevada, in the area of Response to Interventions (RTI). Vicki began her teaching career at a multi-age school where she taught a class of first and second grade students. After seven years of work in the multi-age classroom, Vicki moved to Kirk L. Adams Elementary School, where she spent the next seven years teaching second grade. In 2006, Kirk Adams Elementary School created an RTI Facilitator position; Vicki has held this position since its inception. During the last six years of working with struggling students, Vicki realized that the overwhelming majority of struggling students are not learning disabled. She has found that there are simply gaps in their learning, or they are behind due to poor instruction and lack of intervention supports. Working with a dedicated team of educators, Vicki has successfully implemented a high-quality RTI program, including a multi-tiered instructional system that has been instrumental in the school’s efforts to ensure all students are successful.

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