A Response to Intervention (RTI) program is a program schools use to prevent academic failure in those who are at high risk for it. RTI in education can be controversial: Such a program might face multiple affronts throughout the year, from the student it’s aimed at, to administrators and even from parents or guardians of the at-risk kid.
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- 5 Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Became a Special Education Teacher
- 5 Awesome iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs
- Special Education: Success Story with ADD And ADHD
A teacher employing an RTI in education should rest assured that TeachHUB.com is an incredible resource for many questions that he or she might have. TeachHUB.com is also a good place to begin learning about intervention systems designed to help you and your students. Many of our articles are geared toward the special ed teacher, and the myriad of tasks they must face each day.
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