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Tier One
Response To Intervention
for

High-Achieving Students

 

 

Subject Sites

Writing:

Paragraphs

Persuasion

Writing Fix

Spelling:
 
Study Tips
Interactives
Geography:
 
Study for the Bee
Analogy:
 
A Start  More
Current Events:

Scholastic News
Science:

DogoNews

History:

Nation History Day

Art:

Just for kids

Music:

Creating Music

Philosophy:

Philosophy for Kids

Philosophy for Children

Math:

The World of Math On-Line

Response To Intervention Tiers

Tier 0
Accommodations

Tier 1
Primarily classroom Interventions:

This would include this Webpage and Marti's Pep Talks. 

You can use the "Underachievement" document to work on deficiencies.

Tier 2 Interventions outside the classroom:

T
he computer environment is considered "outside the classroom."  District Programs like Apangea, Plato, and Achieve 3000 are included in this category.  Marti Pike's classes that she teaches on Moodle and with Pull-outs are also Tier 2.

Tier 3 Replacement Curriculum:

In the Elementary Schools the 4th and 5th grade GT Magnet programs fit this description.

In the Middle  and High School Tier 3 would include Advanced, AP, Honors, and Dual Enrollment classes. 

(You may also find the "Catalogue of Services" webpage helpful.)

Teachers Need To...

Gear Work to Student Strengths...*

 

Interests

Interest Inventory
Data Driven Decision Making
 

Give Each Student Individual Attention...*

Smart Goal Setting
Compacting, Power Point

Challenge Students to Be Creative...*

Future Problem Solving

Group High Achievers Together...*

Clustering, More on Grouping

Push Students to Realize Their Potential...*

Attitudes, Underachievement

 

Some High Achievers are Gifted and Talented

What a GT Is and Is Not  This is one of the blog posts by Tamara Fisher.  She is a GT Facilitator in Montana and an Edufest presenter.
Is it a Cheetah? GT students in schools act like cheetahs in zoos...both difficult to distinguish.
Stephanie Lindsley A mother of a gifted girl and an autistic boy talks about funding dilemmas.  The subtitles above came from this article.*
High Achiever, Gifted Learner, Creative Learner