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  1. Deanna Britton Rumohr, Ed. S.,

     /  March 2, 2012

    I’m wondering if anyone out there has heard of Response to Intervention (RTI) Best Practices to approach to Early Learning involving progress monitoring and applying evidence based interventions based on the areas of progress monitoring to address areas of social, emotional and behavioral functioning (as well as academic). This is a promising practice with lots of research behind it. Perhaps this is being done in various ways in BC but RTI conceptualized the entire practice under one belief system. It is a systemic practice. I am a School Psychologist and have a wish that this practice could/would begin in BC, it does have its merits. Kent MacIntosh (UBC) piloted a few sites in BC with RTI. I have been reading research and practice to how this approach can support teachers to support preschoolers in their care. If anyone is interested in this, I would be happy to discuss.

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  2. Anonymous

     /  January 26, 2012

    Great idea! I’m looking forward to the rich discussions!

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