Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Seven Steps to Separating Difference from Disability

Using the RTI model in your school? Then check out Seven steps to separating difference from disability. This book, based on the RTI model, offers seven steps to determining appropriate instruction, intervention, and services for culturally and linguistically diverse students.

Praise for Seven steps:
“This book is timely and an important resource for all schools with diverse populations to have in their professional libraries and in their Child Study Team rooms. This book would also be a complete text to use in an ESOL certification class devoted to planning interventions for students of concern.” (Karen, Speech/Language Pathologist)

“This is a complete guide for practitioners. I would be able to pick up the book and determine my child's stage in the study team process and where we should go next. Each step in the book stands alone as a reference.” (Margarete, Principal)

“This book offers a detailed, easy-to-follow approach to determining the needs of students who are having difficulty learning, including assessments and interventions. I am putting the knowledge I obtained to good use, and will continue to use it as a reference." (Kay, Literacy Coach)

To check out this book, send us an email at cedir@indiana.edu, or try using worldcat.org to find it in a library near you.

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