Introduction to Response to Intervention (RTI) (5 hrs)

(5 Hours) This course, best for educators new to the RTI model, provides an overview for how instruction in the classroom can best support a response to intervention model. The response to intervention process is reviewed, and a justification for its use in improving academic performance are outlined in this training. Differentiated instruction is explored as a fundamental component of intervention processes inside and out of the classroom.


Course Guiding Question:

What is response to intervention, why is it important for students, and how can it appropriately be implemented into my classroom?

What You Will Learn In This Course:

  • The response to intervention model
  • Applications in the classroom

Monique Carlisle, Instructor

B.S. Education
Applied Learning & Development
University of Texas at Austin
Experience & Credentials
Over 12 Years of Teaching Experience
Former Elementary-Level Teacher
Montessori Certification
G/T Student Performance &
Curriculum Trained
Experience With Students With Learning Disabilities

CPE Hours

At the conclusion of the course, you will receive a certificate for 5 CPE hours. Model Teaching and Action Potential Learning is a Statewide, TEA (Texas Education Agency) approved provider for Continuing Professional Education credit. CPE# 902-391


Interventions Guide


Interventions Plan Template


Student RTI Summary


Effectiveness Rubric


Student RTI Tracker


Implementation Observation Checklist

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