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Serving Gifted Students Within an RtI Framework
Given the federal mandate for implementing Response to Intervention (RtI) models, educators may not be aware of how to include gifted students in this system. "Serving Gifted Students Within an RtI Framework" is a practical book that provides an overview of RtI models in gifted education and describes specific details about developing levels of service, monitoring student ...more
Paperback, 1st, 165 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Prufrock Press Inc.
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When I review books, I examine the book for a) what it claims to be and b) who the target audience is (for instance, I won't fault an Arthur book for simplistic language and a stale plot, just as I won't fault a Defoe work for showcasing poor morals). So let's examine this book on both fronts:[return][return]What it claims to be (from the blurb on the back):[return]"Serving Gifted Students Within An RtI Framework is a practical book that provides an overview of RtI models in gifted education and ...more
“Serving Gifted Students Within an RtI Framework: A Practical Guide” by Susan K. Johnsen, Ph.D., Tracey N. Sulak and Karen Rollins provides an overview of RtI (Response to Intervention) models in gifted education. RtI is a federally mandated program that was introduced in 2004 as part of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act. Its purpose is to identify students with learning disabilities using the RtI process. The RtI process typically focuses on those children who have ...more
This book does an excellent job of breaking down what the RtI process is and the many ways it can be implemented. Federal law mandates in each state require individual learning for each student to meet his or her individual needs. There are 3 separate levels of the process. The main prevention level includes high instruction. The second level includes evidence-based intervention(s) of moderate intensity. And if that does not meet the needs of the child then final prevention level includes ...more
Mar 26, 2016 Tracey rated it liked it
Good book. Useful when planning to meet needs of gifted learners in a regular classroom. More of a step by step, to use when school is in session and the guidance is needed! I would recommend this book.