"The information is both timely and necessary for educators. It provides them with scaffolded scenarios of Response to Intervention and Differentiated Instruction at the classroom level. There is great opportunity for self-reflection and discourse, as well as guiding questions that assist in action planning, ensuring that effective instructional practice is taking place, providing students the opportunity to achieve at their greatest potential!"
"This resource for elementary teachers provides an excellent framework for differentiation within their classrooms. The author's descriptions, examples, and scenarios clearly detail necessary information for teachers to use while demystifying complex legislation and mandates."
"This book has many graphic presentations and charts that can be quickly absorbed and adapted for an individual student’s needs. The questions at the end of each chapter are concrete, and lend themselves easily to group discussion. Elementary teachers can use this book confidently as a guide in the journey toward the implementation of RTI and Differentiated Instruction."
"Shows how to adapt assessments, curriculum and instruction to student abilities, discussing connections between the RTI and DI model and how to adapt ideals for classroom systems. Like Jodi O'Meara's companion book, RTI With Differentiated Instruction K-5, an outstanding, recommended survey."
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