Increase text 50%  Increase text 100%  Reset text size
RIMTSS masthead


Training Materials

Overview     |      Tier 1      |      Tier 2     |      Tier 3     |      District



RI MTSS is using a multi-faceted approach to providing schools and districts across the state with training and technical assistance. Utilizing both face-to-face and online trainings as well as hands-on technical assistance, support is given to improving Tier 1 (Universal "Core" Curriculum), followed by support for Tier 2 (targeted Intervention for some students) and Tier 3 (Intensive Intervention for few students).

MTSS training image


It is anticipated that schools will receive training and technical assistance on Tier 1 in the first year of participation and will spent Years 2 and 3 focusing on Tiers 2 and 3 respectively. However, because the strength of the Universal "Core" Curriculum is so important and building a foundation for both behavior and academics takes time. RIMTSS may spend more than one year developing strong universal supports for participating schools, and will adjust training and technical assistance for Years 2 and 3 accordingly.

sherlock center logo image

rhode island college logo image

rhode island department of education logo image



Site Documents

Documents on this site require the use of the following programs:
microsoft word logo
Microsoft Word
adobe acrobat logo
Acrobat Reader
microsoft power point logo
Microsoft Power Point
microsoft excel logo
Microsoft Excel
2017 RI MTSS, rhode island college and rhode island department of education with funding from the office of special edcucation programs and the US department of education footer
The contents of this website were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education (PR/Award # H323A12005), Project Officer Susan.Weigert@ed.gov. However, the contents of this site not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education and no assumption of endorsement by the Federal government should be made.

To the extent possible, this site has been designed to meet W3C approval. In the event that certain components (e.g. online training) do not meet W3C standards or are not accessible to you, please visit our text only site and contact Lscarpaci@ric.edu for alternative versions.