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RTI in the Classroom at TeachHub

RTI in the Classroom at TeachHubA Response to Intervention (RTI) program is designed to intervene in the cases of students at high risk for academic failure.

In many cases, a teacher using RTI in the classroom is bound to face multiple challenges throughout the year, from the student involved, to other students not in the RTI program, to pushback from administrators and even parents.

A teacher employing an RTI in the classroom should rest assured that is an incredible resource for many questions that he or she might have. 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. A quick glance at some recently published TeachHUB about special ed include “5 Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Became a Special Education Teacher,” “5 Awesome iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs” and “Special Education: Success Story with ADD And ADHD.”

RTI in the Classroom at TeachHub

But topics like RTI in the classroom aren’t all we address at A recent collection of article subjects we’ve published include how to use Minecraft in the classroom, how to stop a fight, the importance of learning from your colleagues and a primer on learning circles.

All of the articles posted at are written from the perspective of teachers, as all of our authors are working educators with an ear to the floor to gauge the pulse of modern academia.

We also provide a hearty collection of free lesson plans, geared for students of all ages, from kindergarten through high school.

An ancillary feature of our website is a discussion forum, a lively place of exchange at which educators from around the globe can discuss the worldly school topics of the day. Read more about RTI behavior management and more at

Best of all, the vast array of resources on is all free, and available to educators 24/7. It’s the ultimate collection of ideas designed to help you, the educator, help those who matter the most: Your students.