RTI Resources for English Language
Below are selected RTI resources for English Language Learners. They were prepared by Dr. Seth Aldrich, a New York State licensed psychologist and bilingual school psychologist. Schools and college/university training programs are welcome to use these materials, so long as they credit the author.
Seth Aldrich, Ph.D. is a New York State licensed psychologist who is also a certified bilingual school psychologist. Seth's practice includes his work as a school psychologist for the Homer Central School District, as well as consultation with other school districts concerning Response to Intervention (RTI) for academic and behavioral difficulties and English language learners.
Seth is a Certified AIMSweb Trainer and provides professional development for AIMSweb, a web-based system for RTI assessment and data management to colleges and school districts across the United States. Seth also works with English language learners, as well as family court involved youth in his private practice. He has published several articles in school psychology journals, and has presented at many statewide, as well as national conferences on topics such as using assessment information to inform instruction/intervention, peer tutoring, school-based intervention teams, and RTI for English language learners.
Seth's most recent publication is the book: RTI for English Language Learners: Understanding, Differentiation, Supports (Dude Publishing). He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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