RTI in Literacy—Responsive and Comprehensive
Peter H. Johnston, editor
A fresh perspective that provides literacy educators with the theory and practice to develop effective RTI programs in literacy.
Until recently, most books on Response to Intervention have taken the perspective of special educators or educational psychologists, emphasizing the identification of learning disability rather than prevention. This book adopts a preventive stance, offering a critical analysis of problematic current practices, along with clear examples and logic for more appropriate practices.
Edited by noted expert Peter Johnston, this resource
- Offers research-based intervention and assessment strategies
- Demonstrates the importance of professional development and teacher expertise
- Takes a look at incorporating RTI in the classroom and school
- Shows how existing practice can fit into an RTI approach
New and classic articles by literacy experts including Richard Allington, Scott Paris, Linda Dorn, and P. David Pearson address a broad range of RTI issues in-depth—covering theory, research, and practice in one comprehensive volume. Reflection questions and action ideas will extend learning in professional development groups and teacher education classes.
© 2010 | 400 pp.
ISBN 13: 978-0-87207-836-9