Teachers should be involved in the planning and implementation of student interventions, Edutopia contributing editor and online educator Rebecca Alber writes in this blog post. Alber writes that such collaboration with teachers often is forgotten, and the interventions suffer as a result. She notes that some teachers describe Response to Intervention, or RTI, as "hit or miss." However, a school that included teachers in the implementation and offered them support had success with RTI, Alber points out.

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