This page houses assorted resources to assist teachers, school based problem solving teams and schools as they develop their RTI school wide programs. These tools are focused on helping schools use EBI in a problem solving framework. These tools should be useful for schools who have adopted a RTI eligibility process, as well as schools who have not as long as there is a team of teachers helping address children in need of EBI.
A Brief Overview of Considering “Function”
All children learn academically, and behave in manners that make senses from a “functional” perspective. Those who consider function are more likely to pick the right intervention. Learn more about when the process should start and what it looks like at the team level.Considering Function Overview
Quick Process Steps to Help Select The Right Intervention (Academic)
Learn more about the steps to develop a hypothesis about what academic intervention is most likely to be effective.Selecting Academic Interventions
Quick Process Steps to Help Select The Right Intervention (Behavior)
Learn more about the steps to develop a hypothesis about what behavior intervention is most likely to be effective.Selecting Behavior Interventions
“Bare Bones” Problem Solving Team Meeting Forms
The following are a basic set of meeting forms to be used by a teacher or team (problem solving team, grade level team, etc.) when considering intervention selection for an individual child. These forms have been developed with the goal of providing a balance between feasibility and technical requirements while promoting functional thinking.
Basic Graphing Forms
The following are a basic set of graphing forms to be used by a teacher or team (problem solving team, grade level team, etc.) when tracking a target behavior.
- Blank Intervention Graph (Frequency Count)
- Blank Intervention Graph (Percent)
- Sample Intervention Graph (Multiple Baseline)