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RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION WHAT ABOUT BEHAVIOR? A Teachers Guide

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RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION: WHAT ABOUT BEHAVIOR?
A Teacher's Guide
By Dr. Nancy Nichols

The Response to Intervention process, as it pertains to behavior in general education, is explained in a common sense, practical way. Meet Ms. Perfect and Coach Friendly and learn their ideas about intervention. Learn about the invisible subjects that teachers fail to teach, but students must know in order to be successful achievers.

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 RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION (RTI) OVERVIEW:

  •             THE INVISIBLE SUBJECTS        
  •             GOOD TEACHERS
  •             THE RTI LAW          
  •             MULTIPLE TIERS  

            TIER I

               TEACHERS' MAGIC CURE-ALL          

               SIGNS OF A LEARNING DIFFICULTY           

               WHEN A LEARNING PROBLEM IS OBSERVED, TRY THESE THINGS   

               ACCOMMODATIONS     

            TIER II           

               WHAT IS A STUDENT INTERVENTION PLAN?      

               THE COLLABORATIVE TEAM 

               WHAT ARE INTERVENTIONS?          

               INTERVENTIONS           

               INTERVENTION CHECKLIST  

            TIER III          

               LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT        

               IMPORTANT THINGS GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS NEED

               TO KNOW ABOUT SPECIAL EDUCATION   

               THE INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN

  

 

RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION (RTI) AND BEHAVIOR    

            BEHAVIOR AFFECTS TEACHING AND LEARNING 

            WHAT DO I DO FIRST?    

            WHAT AM I LOOKING FOR?       

            PHYSICAL AGGRESSION           

            SOMETIMES, THERE'S AN EASY FIX  

               REWARDS           

               POWERFUL REWARDS           

            WHAT IS EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE?         

            EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE VS. SOCIAL MALADJUSTMENT?        

            WHAT IS A LEARNING DISABILITY?    

            WHAT IS 504?        

            IDEA  

            ACT IMMEDIATELY IF A STUDENT EXHIBITS THESE BEHAVIORS       

               AT-RISK EMOTIONAL BEHAVIORS      

               ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER        

               ADJUSTMENT DISORDER      

               ANXIETY DISORDER    

               DEPRESSION     

               BIPOLAR DISORDER    

               ABUSE      

               AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS    

                CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTISM    

                  MEET THE AUTISM CHALLENGE   

            LEARNING STYLES          

            MULTISENSORY TEACHING TECHNIQUES 

            THE EDUCATIONAL MODEL AND THE MEDICAL MODEL

            HOW DO I HANDLE BEHAVIOR INCIDENTS?           

               SMART STRATEGIES      

               TIPS FOR EDUCATORS           

            RESOURCES

 

A very helpful resource for teachers and professionals who provide RtI training. Right on target!”

                                                                                                          D. D. Texas

 

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  1. review

    Posted by Linda Lamirande, TX, Region 16 ESC on 5th Jun 2009

    It is rare to find such well-designed materials for upper level subjects. These materials truly provide access to the general curriculum for special needs students.


  2. review

    Posted by Charlene Albertson, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Harlingen on 5th Jun 2009

    As an LSSP in Texas, I find the behavioral wheel very useful in training teachers strategies for working with students who exhibit behaviors that interfere with learning. The best thing about the wheel is that teachers can take it with them and use it as new behaviors crop up in their classrooms. The feedback I receive from teachers who have used the wheel is always positive, and they often ask for wheels that address other concerns, such as strategies for LD students and test-taking for Special Education students. Thank you for your support of teachers and students, and keep up the good work.


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