Teaching Academic and Social Skills Through RTI at Work™
What role do student behaviours and emotional states play in school? What supports do students need in order to learn and pursue positive behaviours? Behavior solutions: Teaching academic and social skills through RTI at Work™ answers these questions and more to help F–12 teachers and administrators bridge the systemic behaviour gap. Authors John Hannigan, Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan, Mike Mattos and Austin Buffum present a multitiered system of behavioural supports based on the Professional Learning Community (PLC) at Work® and Response to Intervention (RTI) at Work™ processes. They give readers the guidance necessary to apply essential behaviour standards, processes, tools and resources, and successfully address the behavioural needs of all students, even in tandem with existing behaviour initiatives.
F–12 teachers, leaders and teams will:
- review what data to use and how to use them to determine essential behaviours, classroom instruction and interventions
- consider academic and social behaviours that they need to teach, assess and sustain schoolwide
- learn how to fold behavioural supports into the PLC at Work and RTI at Work processes
- grasp how to incorporate instruction that succeeds at the three RTI tiers – (1) prevention, (2) intervention and (3) remediation
- discover processes, tools and responsibilities for each team during each phase of the Plan–Do–Study–Act cycle.
|Publish date||2021-03-25 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Professional development, Cross-Curricular|