In our effort to support schools and districts in implementing RTI², the department has dedicated staff members in each CORE office (CORE interventionists) and is continually responding to the most frequently asked questions received at RTI.Questions@tn.gov. CORE interventionists and feedback received through RTI.Questions@tn.gov help us identify school and district needs for resources and support.
Below you will find key planning tools and resources to assist you in reflecting on your current RTI2 implementation progress, focus in on the needs of a specific student group or grade level, and see models and examples of materials for your daily work. CORE interventionists have been trained to support all grade levels in utilizing the planning tools and resources and can be contacted to assist districts directly in their RTI2 implementation, evaluation, and improvement.
- RTI2 High School Planning Checklist
- RTI2 Reflection Guide –District
- RTI2 Reflection Guide - Elementary
- RTI2 Reflection Guide - Secondary
- RTI2 Federal Funding Guidance
- RTI2 Model Schedules
English Language Guidance
RTI2 is a general education instructional framework, but practices within the framework have implications related to special education procedural safeguards. The department has created a one-page document and PowerPoint that outlines five tips for school teams and districts to review and follow to avoid violating student and parent safeguards.
PBS Learning Media In partnership with the Public Broadcast System (PBS) and Tennessee’s affiliate stations, the department has developed a series of short online learning tools for educators. The RTI2 tool provides educators with a brief summary of RTI2.
Universal Screener Criteria The Criteria for Selecting an Intervention in Reading, Mathematics and Writing is designed to help educators evaluate RTI² intervention materials for reading, mathematics and writing.
- High School Early Warning Intervention Template Resources
Successful implementation of RTI2 requires an effective master schedule that allows ample time to provide intervention.