Recognition & Response
Origins of R&R: Response to Intervention (RTI) Link to RtI site: https://www.esc1.net/site/Default.aspx?PageID=929
The Recognition and Response model has its origins in an approach called Response to Intervention (RTI) is geared for Kinder through 12th grade.
Current research projects
Recognition & Response: A Response to Intervention (RTI) Model for Early Childhood (2008-2011)
This project is a Goal 2 research study designed to further develop, refine, and evaluate the Recognition & Response (R&R) model for early childhood. This study focuses on the language and literacy domains, and will take place in public school-based prekindergarten programs in North Carolina. Project activities include: (1) adapting a language and literacy intervention that can be used in Tiers 2 and 3; (2) adapting an assessment measure for use in universal screening and progress monitoring; (3) implementing ongoing professional development to ensure that R&R is implemented with fidelity; (4) developing intervention fidelity measures specific to R&R; (5) gathering data on the social validity and treatment acceptability of the R&R model and its components; (6) evaluating other components of the model, such as the problem-solving component; and (7) collecting pre- and post-test data on children’s language and literacy outcomes.
The following link provides a list of screening tools for the Pre-K level to use for Recognition and Response.