Evaluating the effectiveness of response to intervention in ELA and Math for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students
Master of Natural Sciences (MNS)
Natural Sciences (Interdepartmental Program)
Abstract This study examined the combined effectiveness of Tier I and Tier II instruction in the context of a Response to Intervention framework with sixth, seventh and eighth grade students both in ELA and Math. The Tier I interventions emphasized topics from the Grade Level Expectations that the students were having difficulties grasping during regular classroom instruction. Tier II instruction mainly emphasized preparing students for the standardized iLEAP and LEAP tests. These students were then compared with a group of similar students who did not receive tiered instructions (control group). Students who participated in Tier I or Tier II instructions outperformed the control group in Math on standardized tests and the post tests. There was no significant difference found between the two groups in ELA.
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Khan, Shehla, "Evaluating the effectiveness of response to intervention in ELA and Math for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students" (2013). LSU Master's Theses. 2604.