DELL-D RTI Lesson 1

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Title of test:
DELL-D RTI Lesson 1

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Self-test for Lesson 1 of Early Childhood RTI site

Author:
Alissa Cohorst
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Creation Date:
21/06/2010

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Which of the following is NOT a main components of RTI in early childhood? Universal Screening Collaboration Tiered Model Special Education Referrals.
What is the term in RTI for an assessment of all children, in order to guage the quality of instruction and identify children who may need more targeted instruction? Universal Screening Progress Monitoring.
What is an approach used for RTI in early childhood? Recognition and Response CRITIEC None of the above.
True or False: RTI in pre-K has different components than RTI in K-12. True False.
What tier in RTI would have the largest percentage of students? Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3.
Why would RTI be used in the early childhood classroom? To help close learning gaps. To help support academic and social-emotional learning. To link early intervention prior to kindergarten. To recognize learning difficulties prior to referral. All of the above.
True or False. RTI in K-12 is closely linked to the special education referral. True False.
What outlines the assessments and interventions in RTI, in general? Tiered Model Collaboration Universal Screening.
A child in your class does well on the universal screening and is taught according to a high quality curriculum. What tier would you put the child into? Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3.
You have a child who does poorly in the universal screening, so you place the child in a small group to receive targeted instruction, in addition to having the high-quality curriculum teaching. However, when you monitor the child's progress, you see that no progress has been made. What tier should the child be in? Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3.
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