Response to intervention strategies are educational methods by which at-risk students who might face failure in future academia are, theoretically, brought up to classroom par.
Response to intervention strategies might include:
- Differentiated, individualized teaching plans
- Universal screening assessments
- Small group work
- Intense instructional techniques
- Social group work
And many other time-tested methods that diverge from a standard classroom teaching style.
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Teachers, however, might struggle with finding and developing the proper response to intervention strategies. After all, it’s a relatively new concept to American classrooms.
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