Response To Intervention: Annotated Bibliography

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1. 1 paragraph summary of the section in the textbook pertaining to the topic of the article. Additionally provide the chapter and page number where this content is be found. (1)
The section of the textbook that talks concisely about Response-to-Intervention is found in chapter one on pages 30-31. The textbook describes that RTI is an intervention model for all general education students as a means for identifying students with learning disabilities permitted under the IDEA-2004 law. RTI uses “evidence-based teaching procedures” giving increasing levels of support at each of the three tiers of
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The timing of identification was similar in each group. The proportion of students diagnosed with LD who were ELL matches the portion in the schools in the group with RTI. The proportion who were ELL in comparison group suggests underrepresentation with 16% of students diagnosed with LD in schools were 50 percent of students are ELL. Reading difficulties of students with vocabulary and comprehension problems became increasingly prominent as more ELL students were identified as learning disabled in third through fifth…show more content…
Discussion and implications. What do the results suggest is important to apply in professional practice. What do the conclusions/results mean for students with learning disabilities, researchers, practitioners, teachers, or parents of students with learning disabilities. (2)

It is important to note that this study found that the RtI model reduced disproportionate representation. The effect size differences suggest that when students with access to RTI were identified with LD their reading skills were more impaired than the group without access to RTI. The results support the possibility that the identification of LD may ne more prevalent within an RTI environment for reading. One third of students were not identified until fourth grade. For the future this could mean that teachers need to reach out to students earlier to get them the help they need before fourth grade.

9. Your critique of the study. What are the strengths, importance, and weaknesses of the study from your perspective?
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