Any Response to Intervention (RTI) program, designed to intervene in the cases of students at high risk for academic failure, is dependent upon a system of RTI tiers, which consist of three levels of instructional processes. RTI tiers are very individualized and can vary from student to student. Check with your individual school to learn more about the RTI tiers system it has in place.
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. 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 Tiers – Information for Educators and Administrators
Indeed, TeachHUB.com contains a vast resource of articles about all topics near and dear to the hearts of educators and administrators – not just special educators. All the articles are written by teachers, for teachers, all of whom are well-versed in the hot academic topics of the day, from the Common Core State Standards to class size to maintaining discipline. TeachHUB.com also includes a deep collection of lesson plans, for all ages and all subject matters. Many are based around popular culture events, from the Super Bowl to the White House to the Simpsons.
A hidden gem of TeachHUB.com is the lively discussion forum, which features educators from all over the globe weighing in on a variety of issues. It’s a great place to learn about new techniques and ideas! And just imagine how a teacher from Europe’s ideas could enrich your geography class! Best of all, the content on TeachHUB.com is absolutely FREE, check out our RTI information online. Our mission is to provide teachers with valuable knowledge that will jump-start their curriculums and enrich the lives of those that matter the most – their students – RTI behavior management.