RtI for Gifted Students
A CEC-TAG Educational Resource
RtI for Gifted Students provides a comprehensive overview of Response to Intervention (RtI) frameworks that include gifted students. One of the books featured in the CEC-TAG Educational Resource series, the book incorporates national, state, and local RtI models and how gifted learners can be included within these frameworks. Specific attention is given to addressing the needs of students who are twice-exceptional and to culturally responsive practices. The book concludes with ways of assessing a school's RtI model and challenges for using RtI in gifted education.
Table of Contents
Preface Chapter 1: Response to Intervention for Gifted Learners Chapter 2: State RtI Models for Gifted Children Chapter 3: Remembering the Importance of Potential: Tiers 1 and 2 Chapter 4: Addressing the Needs of Students Who Are Twice-Exceptional Chapter 5: RtI for Gifted Students: Policy Implications Chapter 6: Assessing Your School’s RtI Model in Serving Gifted Students Chapter 7: Challenges for Including Gifted Education Within an RtI Model Chapter 8: RtI Online Resources About the Editors About the Authors
Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D., is a senior scientist at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and Research Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She directed Project U-STARS~PLUS (Using Science, Talents and Abilities to Recognize Students), a Javits Gifted and Talented Student Education Program and project.
Susan K. Johnsen, Ph.D., is professor emerita of the Department of Educational Psychology at Baylor University.