|Available from TinyTap
| There are over 100 thousand
digital activities that can be
downloaded from TinyTap onto
your iOS or Android tablet (you need to
have the free TinyTap app installed to
access them), or run them from their
website on your laptop. When you enter
their "marketplace", search for the topic,
title, author, or "intervention". Their
Insights data mgt service allows you to
track students' progress.
|This app is one of the few that gives
kids practice copying upper/lower case
letters, numbers, shapes, & words.
Can add your own words like child's
name. Fun to do. Does not keep data.
FREE at time of posting.
|Response to Intervention
| Intervention Central
Awesome site for intervention
resources, for academic and
behavioral issues. Includes video tutorials to
share with teachers about how to collect
Easy to understand, basic explanation of
what the intervention process entails.
| East Hartford Public Schools
This .pdf is loaded with suggested
classroom sp/lang interventions (mostly
Tiers 2 & 3) for teachers to use before
referring for a speech/language eval.
| 3 Tier Intervention Matrix
This .pdf matrix covers all three tiers, grades
PK-8, intensity of regimen, and who should
be the one to implement and record data.
Mostly language/ literacy skills, some artic.
| Classroom Strategies
Originally from Cobb County Schools, GA,
these are printable lists of possible
speech/language strategies for the
classroom teacher to try.
Tier 1 Strategies (general)
Tier 1 Sp/Lang Strategies
Tier 2 Articulation Strategies
Tier 2 Fluency Strategies
Tier 2 Language Strategies
Tier 2 Vocal Hygiene Strategies
| Helpful Forms
To make sure the teacher is looking at the
whole student with their referral, and to
pinpoint the type of intervention to
recommend ... Skills Inventory
see also Sp/Lang Checklists by grade
Generic blank form for teacher to use to
record their data for the RTI team ...
Strategy Documentation Form
| SuperDuper Apps
More and more of SuperDuper's
computer software programs are being
turned into apps for mobile devices.
Check them out. They are not free, but
do track scores that will save teachers
Not a lot of info specifically for sp/lang, but
they do have lots of charts/graphs and other
tools you might be able to use!
|In a just-released progress report funded by
the Department of Education from the
Institute of Education Sciences (IES), there’s
a big problem…it doesn’t work. (2016)