On the Importance of a Cognitive Processing Perspective: An Introduction

@article{Fuchs2011OnTI,
  title={On the Importance of a Cognitive Processing Perspective: An Introduction},
  author={Douglas Fuchs and James B. Hale and Devin M. Kearns},
  journal={Journal of Learning Disabilities},
  year={2011},
  volume={44},
  pages={104 - 99}
}
Children with learning problems require early intervention. If it is evidence based and implemented with integrity and intensity, it will accelerate the academic progress of many students. This is the hope and expectation of the many supporters of responsiveness-to-intervention (RTI). A minority of children, however, will not respond sufficiently to such intervention because of learning disorders like specific learning disabilities (SLD). Some RTI models do not include research-backed methods… Expand
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