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Response to Intervention (RTI): An Alternative for Classifying Students with Learning Disabilities Stephen Ciullo The University of Texas
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Introductions and Background Who am I and why I am here? Experience with RTI 30 seconds: Write down what you think RTI may be about (What you have heard, read, or assume)
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What is RTI? Another way to classify students. The IQ model has been called a “wait to fail” approach. IDEA 2004: schools may use alternative methods to classify students, such as a “Response to Intervention” model ( http://idea.ed.gov/ ). RTI programs rely on “scientifically proven” teaching methods ( http://www.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml ).
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Amy is a 13. She as a balanced diet, takes vitamins, and sleeps well. This year on the cross country team she noticed pain in her legs while running. After a few days the pain became so intense that she could not run. After resting several days the pain persisted. What steps should Amy’s parents take?
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2008 for the course ALD 322 taught by Professor Patton during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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