Using RTI to frame self-regulation strategies and movement in the classroom
The goal of my master’s project is to develop a resource guide of movement strategies that can be utilized in the classroom which would align with the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework used in Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools. I am hopeful that this resource guide will support classroom teachers in utilizing movement and self-regulation strategies as they implement interventions in tiers one, two, and three of the RTI framework. The framing of movement and self-regulation strategies in RTI would allow teachers to have multiple layers of strategies that they could utilize to increase the amount of time their students spend on academic tasks. The resource guide that I will develop as the final part of this masters project will provide teachers with tiered interventions for providing movement strategies to students in their classrooms and hopefully also introduce some new strategies for teachers to try.