RTI is a school-based, multi-level prevention system designed for students with a learning difficulty. RTI is used to identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, to ultimately meet their learning and behavior needs. With RTI, each student’s progress is closely monitored to assess both his/her learning rate and the level of performance. Then it provides evidence-based interventions at increasing levels of difficulty appropriate to their rate of learning. According to the National Center on Response to Intervention, the four components of RTI are specified as
- Multi-level prevention system
- Universal screening
- Progress monitoring and
- Data-based decision-making.
Below are the links to the definitions of RTI
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