Thinking Styles and Learning Preferences Student Inventory

This worksheet includes a 40-question inventory survey for students and a scoring rubric for teachers, and is focused on collecting information on learning preferences, learning styles, cognitive styles, and metacognitive processes. It can be used to help inform teachers about individual learning styles and preferences, and is appropriate as an RTI tool for middle school students.


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RTI in Middle School Classrooms

Kelli J. Esteves, Ed.D

Elizabeth Whitten, Ph.D.

RTI in Middle School Classrooms provides practical, research-based instructional techniques and interventions—geared especially to middle school teachers and administrators—that target and address specific needs of individual students. Response to intervention allows educators to assess and meet the needs of struggling students before they have fallen too far behind. In middle school, RTI brings unique advantages, benefits, and challenges. The book includes examples of RTI strategies in diverse settings; detailed information on how co-teaching dovetails with RTI; and customizable digital templates to streamline assessment, implementation, and documentation.

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