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Understanding RTI in mathematics : proven methods and applications

Author: Russell Monroe Gersten; Rebecca Newman-Gonchar
Publisher: Los Alamitos, Calif. : Instructional Research Group, ©2011.
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Response to Intervention--what do we know about it, why does it work, and how can teachers use it to ensure high-quality K-12 math instruction? Find out in this definitive research volume, edited by National Math Panel veteran Russell Gersten with contributions by all of the country's leading researchers on RTI and math. Current and future RTI coordinator's curriculum developers, math specialists, and department  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russell Monroe Gersten; Rebecca Newman-Gonchar
ISBN: 9781598571677 1598571672
OCLC Number: 732627095
Description: xix, 227 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction of response to intervention in mathematics / Paul J. Riccomini and Gregory W. Smith --
Universal screening for students in mathematics for the primary grades: the emerging research base / Russell Gerstern, Joseph A. Dimino, and Kelly Haymond --
Understanding the R in RTI: what we know and what we need to know about measuring student response in mathematics / Ben Clarke, Erica S. Lembke, David D. Hampton, and Elise Hendricker --
Pursuing instructional coherence: can strong tier 1 systems better meet the needs of the range of students in general education settings? / Ben Clarke, Chris T. Doabler, Scott K. Baker, Hank Fien, Kathleen Jungjohann, and Mari Strand Cary --
Tier 2 early numeracy number sense interventions for kindergarten and first-grade students with mathematics difficulties / Dianne Pedrotty Bryant, Greg Roberts, Brian R. Bryant, and Leann DiAndreth-Elkins --
A two-tiered RTI system for improving word-problem performance among students at risk for mathematics difficulty / Lynn S. Fuchs, Douglas Fuchs, and Robin F. Schumacher --
Effective instructional practices in mathematics for tier 2 and tier 3 instruction / Madhavi Jayanthi and Russell Gersten --
Middle school students' thinking about ratios and proportions / Asha K. Jitendra, John Woodward, and Jon R. Star --
Using visual representations to instruct and intervene with secondary mathematics / Bradley S. Witzel, Deborah V. Mink, and Paul J. Riccomini --
Double-dose algebra as a strategy for improving mathematics achievement of struggling students: evidence from Chicago public schools / Takako Nomi and Elaine Allensworth --
The role of motivation in secondary mathematics instruction: implications for RTI / John Woodward --
Practical considerations in the implementation of RTI in mathematics / Lauren Campsen, Alex Granzin, and Douglas Carnine.
Responsibility: edited by Russell Gersten and Rebecca Newman-Gonchar.

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What do we know about RTI in maths, why does it work, and how should K-12 teachers use it to ensure high-quality instruction and better outcomes? Find out in this definitive research-based text from  Read more...

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-RTI in mathematics has arrived! This book . . . defines, suggests, and displays what works, how it works, and why. [It] will become a page-worn resource for teachers, interventionists, mathematics Read more...

 
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