There is a widespread framework for intervention, sometimes known as Response to Intervention (RTI), which proposes that students can receive help at three different levels of intensity:
Tier 1 – good quality classroom instruction and school structures that encourage learning.
Tier 2 – small group instruction to address needs that a few students have in common.
Tier 3 – intensive one-to-one instruction for students where Tier 2 is not effective.
Sometimes people are critical of this model as it is deemed an ineffective intervention, but this betrays a confusion: RTI is not…
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