RMC Research offers materials and resources on (a) effective instruction within a Response to Intervention framework and (b) implementation of the RTI framework at the state, district, and local levels.
Additionally, an RTI Classification Tool and Resource Locator (RTI CTRL) is available to conduct in-depth searches for resources pertaining to specific RTI topic areas and stages of RTI implementation at the school, district and state levels. This tool can be accessed by going to www.rtictrl.org. A self-assessment tool for use by states to determine their level of RTI implementation and a subsequent listing of recommended resources is also available at this site.
Tiered Interventions in High Schools: Using Preliminary Lessons Learned to Guide Ongoing Discussion
This collaborative report from the Center on Instruction, the National High School Center, and the National Center on Response to Intervention, summarizes what the High School Tiered Interventions Initiative (HSTII) has learned about effective implementation of RTI in high schools.
Conversations with Practitioners: Supporting State-level Collaboration among General and Special Educators
This document is the third resource of a series of Conversations with Practitioners, based on a working group of state-level and regional comprehensive center staff which collaborated on a project designed to learn how state departments of education, along with their RCCs, are support an RTI framework.
Conversations with Practitioners: Current Practice in Statewide RTI Implementation - Recommendations and Frequently Asked Questions
This document summarizes findings from a Center on Instruction meeting of eight states and respective RCCs to identify important implementation considerations and recommended technical assistance strategies at the state level.
RTI CTRL: Response to Intervention Classification Tool and Resource Locator
This resource contains both a web-based self-assessment and resource filtering tool that SEAs can use to determine their level of RTI implementation, and find resources that are relevant to their needs.
Implementing Response to Intervention: Practices and Perspectives from Five Schools - Frequently Asked Questions
This document describes the school-level implementation of RTI at five schools with particular focus on instruction and the implementation of effective practices.
REL-Southeast: Using Research to Strengthen Response to Intervention Decision-making and Intervention
Michael Hock gave this PowerPoint presentation at the REL-SE "National Conference on Using Research to Strengthen RTI Decision-making and Intervention" in March 2009.
RTI Research and Policy Foundations
Presented at the Response to Intervention Symposium April 12, 2006, by Dr. Jack M. Fletcher, Distinguished University Professor, University of Houston.
Presented at the Response to Intervention Symposium April 12, 2006, by Dr. Sharon Vaughn.
Core Principles and Essential Components of RtI
Presented at the Response to Intervention Symposium April 12, 2006, by Dr. Joseph Witt, Professor Emeritus, Louisiana State University.
Utilizing CBM to Predict Placement Status
Presented at the Response to Intervention Symposium April 12, 2006, by Dr. Don Compton, Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University.
Webinar: The High School Tiered Intervention Initiative: The Implementation of Tiered Interventions and RTI in High Schools
This webinar provided information on how the essential elements of RTI can be implemented in high schools, what some of the associated challenges and considerations are, and how contextual factors specific to high school settings make RTI implementation increasingly complex and challenging.
WebEx: The High School Tiered Interventions Initiative
This webinar was designed to enhance the understanding of tiered intervention models in high schools through the HSTII collaboration.
Webinar: Connecting RTI to New Priorities: Aligning Educational Initiatives
The Center on Instruction hosted a webinar October 3, 2011, in which COI's Saro Mohammed discussed statesâ€™ implementation of new priorities such as SIG, Common Core State Standards, and meeting the needs of diverse student populations, and how these initiatives align with RTI.
Virtual Working Meeting: Fostering Collaboration between General and Special Educators
The Center on Instruction held a virtual (web-based) working meeting January 14, 2010, for Regional Comprehensive Center (RCC) staff members, representatives from the Regional Resource Centers (RRCs), and representatives from the eight states (Alaska, California, Idaho, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wyoming, and Vermont) that COI-SpEd has been collaborating with for the past two years on the implementation of RTI.
WebEx: Introduction to RTI CTRL
The Center on Instruction hosted an Introduction to the Response to Intervention Classification Tool and Resource Locator (RTI CTRL) via a webinar on August 12, 2009.
WebEx: Promising Research-based Practices in Instruction and Assessment for English Language Learners
The Center on Instruction hosted a webinar on June 17, 2009, to discuss promising practices that have been identified within the current research base for working with English Language Learners in both instruction and assessment.
State RTI Implementation Meeting
The Center on Instruction met with eight states (Alaska, California, Idaho, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont, and Wyoming) and their Regional Comprehensive Centers representatives in Phoenix March 12-13, 2008, to discuss statewide implementation of RTI.
WebEx: Snapshots from Five Schools Implementing RTI: Practices and Perspectives
The Center on Instruction hosted a WebEx December 4, 2007, to discuss how RTI is being implemented in different content areas in both elementary and middle schools in five RTI implementation sites.
Symposium: Response to Intervention
The Center on Instruction hosted a one-day symposium on April 12, 2006, on Response to Intervention in Austin, Texas.