Evidence Based Practices In The RTI Setting

Evidence Based Practices In The RTI Setting

In this assignment you will combine RTI (Response to Intervention) and Evidence Based Practices. You will combine these using headings to demarcate content. Your writing should be to the point but comprehensively examine at least 1 evidence based practice that can be used in RTI settings. (RTI settings allows for a lot of room related to program delivery). You should provide a summary of the articles selected and the overall lessons to be learned from these practices. You should also examine the role of evidence based practices and the criteria that you used to determine if these were adequately vetted classroom practices. This assignment is not to be lengthy, about 2 pages. To include citations in APA style.


Explain and analyze evidence-based instructional strategies designed to reduce learning barriers and increase engagement and learning for students with diverse learning needs.


Describe and critically examines an array of EBPs with diverse learners and students with special needs Thorough discussion and analysis of EBP ( Evidenced Based Practices) and interventions in relation to needs of the diverse learner.

Evidence Based Practices In The RTI Setting

Theory 4000 Words

Theory 4000 Words

4000 words, References no older than 2017.


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Read Description Due Friday, November 18, 2022, By 3:30pm USA Time/Date

Read Description Due Friday, November 18, 2022, By 3:30pm USA Time/Date


Original post 300 Word count

Response 1- Respond to this classmate  100 words

Response 2-  Respond to this classmate  100 words

See attachment for writing prompt for Original post 300 WORD minimum

See attachment Response 1 100 words minimum

See attachment Response 2  100 words minimum

Due Friday, November 18, 2022, By 3:30pm USA time/date

** Absolutely NO Plagiarism

***All writing must be original


****NO using writing or COPYING FROM COURSE HERO

***** My Instructor checks for plagiarism on Turn It In and on Safe assign

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· Choose a historical figure discussed in the text book.

· Create a Cover Letter and Resume based on the life, accomplishments, and influences of the individual you have selected. Write the resume AS IF YOU ARE THIS PERSON! For example: if you choose Sigmund Freud, write a resume that you believe Freud would write to apply for a job and include all of his information including who he would use a references for a job (who was he close to and/or who did he work with during his life?)

· The resume and cover letter should be professionally formatted.

· The resume should include a Reference page with three references listed and should include a one-page cover letter.

· You may choose how you format the resume but ensure that information presented is accurate.

· You may also be creative in wording but no other visual representation.

· Submit no less than one cover page, two to three single spaced pages including all parts of the resume, and a reference page (NOT references of where you obtained your information, the references that your individual would use.) I do NOT need you to cite your resources BUT you should make sure your resources are accurate!

· Do your research: look up resume and cover letter examples as well as thoroughly research your chosen individual. If you need additional help with formatting, let me know!


What is a Resume? 

A resume is a brief summary of personal, educational, professional experiences used for job applications.

Best Resume Formats

· Reverse chronological resume format – this is the most popular resume format and is ideal for people with plenty of work experience that is relevant to the role which they are seeking.

· Functional/skills-based resume format – if you lack relevant work experience because you are a student/recent graduate, or you are looking to make a career change, the skills-based format is a good choice.

· Combination resume format– this is a great choice if you have a diverse set of skills and work experiences that you feel are relevant to the desired role.


Resume Layout Must Have 

· One page in length (max three) is ideal as long as all content is covered.

· Clear section headings.

· Ample white-space, especially around the margins.

· Easy-to-read font.

What Sections to Include on a Resume? (Sections can be titled how you deem appropriate)

· Cover Letter (this is a summary of what is included on the resume and why you feel you should be hired for the job) The cover letter is the before the resume and separate from the body of the resume.

· Contact Information (in the header)

· Professional Title (in the header)

· Career Objective

· Work Experience (or Employment History)

· Education

· Professional Qualifications (or skills) (if applicable)

· Awards/Achievements/Accomplishments (if applicable)

· Certifications (if applicable)

· Reference Page (this includes the people you feel your potential employer can contact to provide you a good recommendation) The reference page is after the resume and should include the name, address, phone number, and email of the person recommending you for the job.

Which Contact Information to Include On a Resume


· As a minimum, include your name, phone number, email address, and the current location of residence.

· Consider including social media profiles that are relevant to the position, such as a detailed LinkedIn profile. Other profiles like Twitter, Medium and Instagram, may be valuable for certain roles.


· Do not use an unprofessional email address, like CoolCanadian86@hotmail.com. Create a separate professional email if you don’t already have one.

· Do not include personal information, such as marital status, nationality or religious affiliation.

· Do not include a professional headshot if you are applying for a job in the United Kingdom or North America.

What to Include In the Work Experience Section of a Resume

· This section is your opportunity to showcase how your experience is aligned with the position you want. The best way to do this is through bullets, with each point providing examples of past responsibilities and accomplishments based on what the potential employer is asking for in the job description.

· One more consideration is that you want to avoid leaving any gaps in employment on your resume. If one of your previous jobs doesn’t seem applicable and it came between two relevant roles, you still need to list it. But you don’t have to describe it in great detail.

What to Include In the Education Section of a Resume

· The content under this section depends on where you are at in your career. If you’ve been working for 20 years, you are best keeping the education section brief by listing your completed academic degrees and institutions attended from most recent to oldest.

· For students or recent graduates, the education section has added importance. Here you can include sub-sections for relevant courses taken, research/course projects, and academic achievements. This is how to create a resume without a lot of work experience.

Hard Skills Examples for a Resume

· Financial ratio analysis

· Proficiency with specific software

· Written or verbal communication

· Negotiation

· Equipment operation

· Additional Sections for a Professional Resume Format

Extra sections to consider include

· Achievements (E.g.: scholarships or industry awards).

· Organizations (E.g.: memberships in professional associations).

· Certifications (E.g.: professional designations).

· Conferences/Courses attended

· Languages spoken.

How to Write a Cover Letter That Pairs With Your Resume

· When applying for a job, consider the employer’s standpoint. He or she wants to know “Why should we hire you?”


· A resume goes a long way towards answering this question, but it isn’t the only step. First, you have to encourage a recruiter to actually review your resume. This is the purpose of a cover letter.

· Assume that the potential employer will read your cover letter first and your resume second. The letter is an introduction to who you are and why you are the best fit for the position. Therefore, your letter offers a preview of your resume by providing a few of its highlights.

· Once you show the reader that you have key skills or experiences related to the position, he or she will want to see what else you can offer and turn to your resume.


GRADING: You may receive a maximum of 100pts on the assignment. You will be graded on the following:

Content Accuracy 40: The information must relevant to the course subject and must be presented as an accurate account of information. You may take liberties with information such as making up an email address or street address, but all information such as work history, education, awards, etc. must be accurate and fact based.

Organization and Mechanics 35: The project must be presented in a clear and concise matter. Resumes must be typed in 11 or 12 font in Times New Roman or Calibri, single spaced, and information should be organized and lack grammatical errors.

Creativity 25: The project should be a unique interpretation of the person chosen. Students are encouraged to think creatively. No project should be a replication of any other project submitted or printed from an online source. Plagiarism will result in a failing grade on the assignment and can result in a failing grade for the course.




A man collapsed in a convenience store where seven other people were shopping in nearby aisles. None of these customers helped the man, with several stepping over him or taking pictures of him. A short while later, a new customer named Braden enters the store and sees the man on the ground. He quickly goes to him and calls for help. What situational and personal factors explain why the earlier customers did nothing but Braden helped? In your answer, describe situational and personal factors that explain Braden’s behavior and the behavior of the customers who did not help.



Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Working on assignments due for this week 11/19 and November 20th chapters for that week. For behavior therapy and models of human behavior


Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Read About Existing Instruments That Measure Your Chosen Psychological Construct

Read About Existing Instruments That Measure Your Chosen Psychological Construct


Read about existing instruments that measure your chosen psychological construct. This will help you to conceptualize better your own scale construction proposal. In addition, review the assignment due in Week 7 and locate five resources to support that assignment. Submit a Word document listing the resources you have found. This is mainly a prep week.

Psychological Testing

A Practical Approach to Design and Evaluation

by Theresa J.B. Kline

Week 7 – Assignment: Develop a PowerPoint Presentation on a Scale ConstructionAssignment Task: Submit to complete this assignment Due December 4 at 11:59 PM

For this task, imagine that you were asked to give a scale construction proposal to a group of hypothetical PhD students. The PowerPoint presentation should include the definition of the construct that you intend to make a scale on, the existing tools measuring it, and other related studies. Also include your justification and rationale for your construction. More importantly, discuss how you will construct the items and the item response scales, how you will analyze the items’ reliabilities, and establish the scale’s validity.


Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.

Support your presentation with at least five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.

Length: 12-15 slides (with a separate reference slide)
Notes Length: 200-350 words for each slide

Read About Existing Instruments That Measure Your Chosen Psychological Construct

Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Working on assignments due for this week 11/19 and November 20th chapters for that week. For behavior therapy and models of human behavior


Behavior Therapy/ Models Of Human Behavior

Deliverable 1 – Agenda-Setting Theory

Deliverable 1 – Agenda-Setting Theory

Assignment Content

Analyze the evolution of social media standards and practices and how it relates to the potential need for regulation of social media, along with ethical concerns.

Many people get all or most of their news from social media. For this project, we are going to be analyzing the content of several social media sites from major news sources, paying particular attention to social media standards, practices, and regulation.

Where do you get your news? Start by going to one major news site’s FACEBOOK page (CNN, MSNBC, FOX, etc.) Try another different news site’s TWITTER feed, and third choose another social media site such as Reddit, Pinterest, or another (preferably one you use, if there is one).

In your analysis, be sure to include the following:


  • General introduction to your thoughts on the social media you studied
  • Several social media practices you observed (e.g., what gets the most interaction?)
  • Examples of regulation of social media and discussion of such regulation (Is it good, bad, or indifferent? How could circumstances change the situation?)
  • Analysis of ethical concerns (e.g., can you see examples of bias?)
  • What is the culture of each site – how do users seem to respond to questionable items? (Is racism or open mocking ignored or pursued?)
  • Conclusion of your findings

Deliverable 1 – Agenda-Setting Theory

How Has The LGBTQ+ Community Changed?

How Has The LGBTQ+ Community Changed?

Need to have read the book “Am I Blue”.

Please see attached file.

6-9pages long!!!


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How Has The LGBTQ+ Community Changed?