Response To Interventions

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The present day role of the teacher in instructing and educating children has evolved such that teachers are no longer simply machines with the goal of delivering information to the students (Lusthaus et al., 1992). They are now given the chance to deliver this information in a way that benefits every child (Lusthaus et al., 1992). Moreover, this information they receive not only informs them about class material but also helps them become individuals who may enter society with the goal of treating everyone with respect (Carrington, 2006). There are now numerous instructional methods that teachers can incorporate into the curriculum which are designed to help a wide range of students’ learning styles (Lusthaus et al., 1992). With these new methods, the teacher can create a more inclusive classroom environment. For instance, with the use of Response to Interventions (RTIs), teachers are now given the opportunity to monitor their students’ progress and understanding of the class material all throughout the academic year (“National Center on Response to Intervention”, 2010). As a future teacher, I would use RTIs with the goal of monitoring my students’ knowledge and offering them all different resources so that they could understand the class material to the best of their …show more content…
For students with a physical impairment, I could try to find the most optimal area in the classroom which could allow them to be content and in the best possible state to learn. In addition, I would also take recommendations on the first day of class about the layout of the classroom and ask all students if there is a particular layout that would benefit their learning environment. Although, given the limitations, such as classroom size and the number of students, I would then give my own recommendations about what may work best

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