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UIC student and CMHS alum shares love of engineering with girls as member of Society of Women Engineers

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UIC Electrical and Computer Engineering student and CMHS alumnus ('13) Stephanie Sagun (right) is excited to introduce engineering to female elementary students during the "Mom, Me, and SWE" event on Nov. 12 at University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Response to Intervention

What is RtI?
Response to Instruction (RtI) is a process designed to help schools focus on and provide high-quality instruction and interventions to all students in both academics and behavior. An intervention is a specific type of instruction that is used to help with a specific type of problem. Interventions are matched to student’s needs. Student progress is monitored often to check the effectiveness of the instruction and intervention. The data collected on a student's progress are used to shape instruction and make educational decisions.

RtI has three important parts:

  • using a three tier model of school supports (MTSS or Multi-Tiered System Supports)
  • using a problem-solving method for decision-making
  • using data to form instruction

RtI Multi-Tiered Intervention Model
In an RtI framework, resources are determined by a student's needs. The framework is usually shown as a three tier model that layers intense instruction and interventions as data shows necessary.


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