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Burns, Matthew K.

Handbook of Response to Intervention

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Table of contents

I.Foundations of Problem-Solving and Response-to-Intervention Strategies

1. Response to Intervention at School: The Science and Practice of Assessment and Intervention
Shane R. Jimerson, Matthew K. Burns, Amanda M. VanDerHeyden

2. Evolution of the Response-to-Intervention Concept: Empirical Foundations and Recent Developments
Frank M. Gresham

3. Response to Intervention: Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Implementation
Thomas R. Kratochwill, Melissa A. Clements, Kristen M. Kalymon

4. Consultation within Response to Intervention Models
Steven E. Knotek

5. The Integration of Response to Intervention and Critical Race Theory-Disability Studies: A Robust Approach to Reducing Racial Discrimination in Evaluation Decisions
Markeda Newell, Thomas R. Kratochwill

6. Potential Pitfalls of Response to Intervention
Joseph F. Kovaleski

II.Assessment and Measurement

7. Psychometric Considerations when Evaluating Response to Intervention
Theodore J. Christ, John M. Hintze

8. Decision-Making Validity in Response to Intervention
David W. Barnett, Renee Hawkins, David Prasse, Janet Graden, Melissa Nantais, Wei Pan

9. Assessing Student Response to Intervention
Stephanie C. Olson, Edward J. Daly III, Melissa Andersen, April Turner, Courtney LeClair

10. Ability—Achievement Discrepancy, Response to Intervention, and Assessment of Cognitive Abilities/Processes in Specific Learning Disability Identification: Toward a Contemporary Operational Definition
Kenneth A. Kavale, Dawn P. Flanagan

11. Contextual Influences and Response to Intervention: Critical Issues and Strategies
Amy L. Reschly, Melissa Coolong-Chaffin, Sandra L. Christenson, Terry Gutkin

12. Social Behavior Assessment and Response to Intervention
Christine Kerres Malecki, Michelle Kilpatrick Demaray

13. Addressing Disproportionality with Response to Intervention
John L. Hosp, Na’im H. Madyun

III.Research-Based Prevention and Intervention

14. Identifying Reading Disability Based on Response to Intervention: Evidence from Early Intervention Research
Frank R. Vellutino, Donna M. Scanlon, Haiyan Zhang

15. Effects from Intensive Standardized Kindergarten and First-Grade Interventions for the Prevention of Reading Difficulties
Stephanie Al Otaiba, Joseph Torgesen

16. Monitoring Response to General Education Instruction
Kristen L. McMaster, Dana Wagner

17. Monitoring Response to Supplemental Services for Students at Risk for Reading Difficulties: High and Low Responders
Sharon Vaughn, Jeanne Wanzek, Sylvia Linan-Thompson, Christy S. Murray

18. The Fundamental Role of Intervention Implementation in Assessing Response to Intervention
Kristin A. Gansle, George H. Noell

IV.Lessons Learned in Implementing Problem-Solving and Response-to-Intervention Strategies

19. The Heartland Area Education Agency 11 Problem-Solving Approach: An Overview and Lessons Learned
Martin J. Ikeda, Alecia Rahn-Blakeslee, Bradley C. Niebling, Jeri K. Gustafson, Randy Allison, James Stumme

20. One Student at a Time; One Teacher at a Time: Reflections on the Use of Instructional Support
James A. Tucker, Robert O. Sornson

21. Implementation of the Problem-Solving Model in the Minneapolis Public Schools
Douglas Marston, Matthew Lau, Paul Muyskens

22. The Ohio Integrated Systems Model: Overview and Lessons Learned
Janet L. Graden, Stephanie A. Stollar, Rita L. Poth

23. The Illinois Flexible Service Delivery Model: A Problem-Solving Model Initiative
David W. Peterson, David P. Prasse, Mark R. Shinn, Mark E. Swerdlik

24. The St. Croix River Education District Model: Incorporating Systems-Level Organization and a Multi-Tiered Problem-Solving Process for Intervention Delivery
Kerry A. Bollman, Benjamin Silberglitt, Kimberly A. Gibbons

25. The Idaho Results-Based Model: Implementing Response to Intervention Statewide
Wayne A. Callender

26. The System to Enhance Educational Performance (STEEP): Using Scienceto Improve Achievement
Joseph C. Witt, Amanda M. VanDerHeyden

27. Moving from a Model Demonstration Project to a Statewide Initiative in Michigan: Lessons Learned from Merging Research-Practice Agendas to Address Reading and Behavior
Ruth A. Ervin, Elizabeth Schaughency, Steven D. Goodman, Margaret T. McGlinchey, Amy Matthews

28. The Florida Problem-Solving/Response to Intervention Model: Implementing a Statewide Initiative
George M. Batsche, Michael J. Curtis, Clark Dorman, José M. Castillo, Larry J. Porter

29. Using Technology Tools to Monitor Response to Intervention
James E. Ysseldyke, Scott McLeod

30. Response to Intervention for English Language Learners: Current Development and Future Directions
Michael L. Vanderwood, Jeanie E. Nam

31. Using Response to Intervention to Promote Transition from Special Education Services
Kristin Powers, Kristi Hagans, Megan Miller

32. Toward a Unified Response-to-Intervention Model
Matthew K. Burns, Stanley L. Deno, Shane R. Jimerson

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Julkaisija
Springer
Julkaisuvuosi
2007
Kieli
en
Painos
1
Kategoria
Psykologia
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9780387490533

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