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In the past years, there has been a push for interventions in the Mental Health field that are
a) tried before. b) research based. c) clinically proven. d) theoretically sound.
Which of the following is an intervention for anxiety?
a) Coping Cat b) Defiant Child c) I Can Problem Solve d) SkillStreaming
The vast majority of treatments included were
a) academic in nature. b) involving other students. c) counseling interventions. d) behavioral or cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Categories for interventions included
a) Anxiety and Depression b) ADHD, ODD, CD c) Promotion of Social and Emotional Competence d) All of the above
Level III interventions of RtI should include ______ of students
a) 2% b) 5% c) 10% d) 15%
Level II interventions of RtI should include _____ of students
a) 10% b) 20% c) 25% d) 30%
IDEA 2004 mandates
a) RtI to identify students needing special education b) RtI to address learning gaps c) parents must request an evaluation in order for their child to be identified. d) Research based interventions to be implemented on campuses
What percentage of students should be receiving level 1 interventions?
a) 30% b) 60% c) 85% d) 100%
In most programs, RtI includes how many tiers?
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
RtI is an acronym that stands for
a) Response to Intervention b) Response to Implementation c) Ready to Implement d) Read to Initiate
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