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Inhaltsangabe: Finalist - Association of Educational Publishers 2009 Distinguished Achievement Award

The model presented in Pyramid Response to Intervention (PRTI) shows how Response to Intervention is most effective when implemented on the foundation of a professional learning community (PLC). It gives educators the information, tools, and processes they need to do that work, including over 2 dozen reproducibles. It uses engaging fictional narratives and examples from real schools that have benefited from PRTI. This book is readable, impassioned, and grounded in the experience of practitioners. Pyramid Response to Intervention makes RTI accessible and understandable. It includes a glossary and over 2 dozen reproducibles to guide schools through the process of creating a pyramid response to intervention. Detailed examples of each tier of response to intervention make it clear to readers what kinds of programs and policies are best for each level and show what RTI looks like in real schools. The authors are experienced consultants on this topic and have implemented RTI successfully in their own schools. The book also takes an in-depth look at the following:

·Basic facts about RTI as well as specific RTI models

·How the PLC pyramid of interventions compares to the RTI model, and how RTI is most successful when built on the foundation of a professional learning community

·The three tiers of RTI: the core program, the supplemental level, and the intensive level

·The effects and role of behavioral interventions

·Possible legal issues and compliance with statutory requirements

·Issues of moral responsibility in helping all children achieve

About the Author: Austin Buffum, Ed.D., is retired as the senior deputy superintendent of the Capistrano Unified School District, which serves more than 51,000 students in South Orange County, California. For his excellent leadership, Dr. Buffum was selected 2006 Curriculum and Instruction Administrator of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators. During his 37-year career in public education, Dr. Buffum also served as a music teacher and coordinator, elementary school principal, curriculum director, and assistant superintendent. In addition to articles published in the Journal of Staff Development, American School Board Journal, and Leadership, he contributed a chapter, "Trust: The Secret Ingredient to Successful Shared Leadership," to The Collaborative Administrator (Solution Tree, 2008). He shares his in-depth knowledge of building and sustaining PLCs with schools, districts, and state departments of education throughout North America.

The leadership of Michael Mattos, M.S., principal of Pioneer Middle School in Tustin, California, has resulted in consistently outstanding student achievement. Pioneer was named a California Distinguished School in 2003 and 2007, and was one of only eight schools in the nation featured in the professional development video series The Power of Professional Learning Communities at Work: Bringing the Big Ideas to Life. Previously, as principal of Marjorie Veeh Elementary School in Tustin, Mike helped create a powerful professional learning community; in 2004, Veeh was one of only 18 California elementary schools to be named both a California Distinguished School and a National Title I Achieving School. Mike's chapter,"Walk the Lign: Aligning School Practices With Essential PLC Characteristics," appeared in The Collaborative Administrator, and he contributed to Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work: New Insights for Improving Schools (DuFour, DuFour, & Eaker, 2008). Mike is a nationally recognized presenter and consultant, sharing his knowledge with educators throughout North America.

Chris Weber, Ed.D., has been a teacher at all grade levels, from Kindergarten through 12th grade, and an administrator at the elementary and secondary school levels. The former principal of Richard Henry Dana Elementary School in Dana Point, California, he now serves as director of K-6 Instructional Services in Garden Grove Unified School District in Orange County, California. Dr. Weber is a former Air Force pilot and a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy.

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