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RTI–Response to Intervention SmartCard
Help students who struggle in school with this systematic approach. Identify students with learning challenges and respond with effective interventions. This SmartCard introduces you to RTI and overviews three basic components of RTI: 1) Screening for Struggling Students, 2) Tiered Intervention Strategies, and 3) Progress Monitoring. This SmartCard provides suggestions for forming an RTI team in your school and special considerations for your team. It offers ideas for informing and involving parents. Provide support to students who need help in school with RTI! TRT • $4
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RTI Success
Proven Tools and Strategies for Schools and Classrooms

Elizabeth Whitten, et Al. (Grades K–12)
What is Response to Intervention (RTI) and how can it benefit your school? Find out in this all-in-one resource that provides information on this innovative model as well as step-by-step administrator guidelines and practical teacher tools for implementation. Features: 34 reproducible forms for streamlined implementation, progress monitoring, and tier movement; downloadable content link; step-by-step guidelines for implementing RTI; 100+ teacher-friendly, research-based strategies for targeting specific skill deficits; ready-to-use assessments and educational profiles for documentation. 246 pages. DWRS • $40

Teaching Kids with Mental Health & Learning Disorders in Today’s Classroom
Myles Cooley (All Grades)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Nonverbal Learning Disability (NVLD). Dysthymia. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). Asperger's Syndrome. Do you know what they are and how to respond? This book can help. Covers a wide range of health and learning disorders teachers face. 224 pages. DCMH • $43
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Teaching Kids with Learning
Difficulties in Today's Classroom

How Every Teacher Can Help Struggling Students Succeed
Susan Winebrenner (All Grades)
Do you have students who struggle to learn? If you have students who are labeled "slow," "r­emedial," "special education," or "LD," this book is for you. It is a goldmine of ideas and activities for getting all students involved in all learning activities. Learn to intervene effectively with various learning disabilities, from hyperactivity to physical disabilities; match your teaching to students' learning styles; use multiple intelligences; improve your students' success in all areas. 248 pages. DWTK2V • $40
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The Survival Guide for Kids
with Behavior Challenges

How to Make Good Choices and Stay Out of Trouble
Thomas McIntyre, Ph.D. (Grades 3–8)
Kids who are labeled with behavior disorder (BD, ED, EBD, or SED) struggle every day—with their peers, teachers, parents, and themselves. It's no fun to be labeled, and nobody wants to have behavior problems. Often, however, students who frequently misbehave don't know how else to act. This book can help them improve their behavior and their lives. Kids learn to believe in themselves, take responsibility for their actions, make smarter choices, and enjoy the results of their better behavior. 176 pages. DMBSG2V • $15
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