Behavioral Aspects of RTI

Behavioral Aspects of RTI

RTI can also be implemented to support positive behavioral functioning through positive behavior interventions and support (PBIS) systems. PBIS is a framework that is used for assisting school personnel (e.g. principals, teachers) in implementing and organizing evidence-based behavioral interventions that enhances students’ social behavior. PBIS utilizes the same principles that are characterized in academic RTI procedures: universal screening, progress monitoring, data-based decision making, and implementation of evidence-based interventions. Within each principle, students are taught effective strategies that are essential for supporting teaching and learning.

Step By Step Learning® works with school districts to implement a comprehensive evidenced-based approach to literacy that includes assessment, effective classroom instruction techniques, collaborative problem-solving and research-supported multi-sensory intervention models to ensure all students succeed in reading. Our proven methods have been evaluated by Lehigh University’s Center for Promoting Research to Practice since 2005. We have been successful in increasing learning skills in students, and are a valuable use of state funding.

 

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