These resources are for parents and caregivers who want to learn more about RTI. You’ll find information about RTI and activities you can do at home with your child in both English and Spanish.
Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk Resources
Middle school students are expected to read and comprehend upper-level text. You might be wondering whether there are things you can do at home to improve your child’s reading skills. Partner reading is an easy way to do just that by providing your child with more reading practice!Get Resource
This flyer outlines five items that benefit struggling readers and of questions that parents can ask as a starting point to gauge the quality of a school's literacy practices.Get Resource
Booklet describing an effective elementary reading program, including 12 essential instructional components, 8 campus-level features, and 8 instructional features related to struggling readers.Get Resource
Booklet with vocabulary lesson ideas and strategies, including explicit instruction, concept maps, word webs, semantic feature analysis, and advanced word study.Get Resource
Parent booklet describing specific, simple activities to support a child’s literacy at home.Get Resource
Booklet with guidelines and checklists describing research-based phonological awareness, phonics, decoding, spelling, word study, and fluency instruction. Includes tool for examining components of a reading program.Get Resource