Who's Afraid of RTI
The Response-to-Intervention Approach in Practice
The Rügen Inclusion Model (RIM) presented here is the first training concept based on the RTI approach throughout Germany, which is implemented across the board in a region and has also been checked for its effectiveness. In addition to the presentation of the RTI approach and the RIM based on it in the areas of mathematics, German, emotional-social development and language, Stefan Voß, Yvonne Blumenthal, Kathrin Mahlau, Katharina Marten, Kirsten Diehl, Simon Sikora and Bodo Hartke report in this volume from the four-year accompanying scientific study and deal with the comprehensive findings in a differentiated manner. All in all, it can be said that the RTI approach is a very practicable way of realizing an accessible, appropriate and adaptable educational offer close to home and thus meeting the demand for school inclusion.
The book is recommended to all who are interested in high quality inclusive school development with well-secured special educational support.
Ulrich Heimlich, in: Quarterly journal for curative education and its neighboring areas 1/2018, pp. 88–89
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