The Unit 8 will focus on the Response-to-Intervention approach to the identification of students needing additional supports prior to being referred for special education. Logic tells us that if we can intervene in a child’s life early on, the need for special education may be forestalled. With this in mind, the Response-to-Intervention was designed to have three, progressively intensive support systems – or tiers. Within the Secondary Tier, self-management programs can be used to help students control their own behaviors, along with other approaches designed to promote student success academically, behaviorally, and socially (Shepherd & Linn, 2014). Make every effort to complete the reading beforehand so you are able to discuss the following:
- Discuss the laws from which Response-to-Intervention was derived.
- Identify considerations that should be made regarding the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students when designing the Response-to-Intervention program.
- Relate the advantages and disadvantages of Response-to-Intervention.
ONLY USE THE TEXTBOOK.
400 words min. NO PLAGIARISM. References and citations required.
Textbook reference: Shepherd, L., T. and Linn, D. (2015). Behavior and Classroom Management in the Multicultural Classroom. Sage publications
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