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About the Toolkit

Directions for Use

This app was developed to help practitioners access the tools included in Designing and Delivering Intensive Interventions: A Teacher’s Toolkit.

The four tools include:

To access the tools, use the logic model on the homepage.

About the Toolkit

The toolkit provides activities and resources to assist practitioners with intensifying interventions for students with significant learning difficulties and disabilities in kindergarten through grade 12. This toolkit is based on the Center on Instruction’s Intensive Interventions for Students Struggling in Reading and Mathematics: A Practice Guide and is grounded in research (see the references for more information).


  • Christy S. Murray
  • Meghan A. Coleman
  • Sharon Vaughn
  • Jeanne Wanzek
  • Greg Roberts
  • Chris Latham
  • Rob Scordino
  • Sarojani Mohammed

About Center on Instruction (COI)

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the Center on Instruction develops and identifies free resources that Regional Comprehensive Centers and state, district, and local educators can use in their pursuit of high quality instruction. While the resources are useful for improving the achievement of all students, they particularly target students in the lowest performing schools, students with difficulties learning mathematics, students needing intensive instruction, or special needs/diverse learners, including English language learners. Educators striving to improve instruction and raise academic achievement will find the resources useful and relevant, including those who have been awarded School Improvement Grants (SIG) and/or those implementing College and Career Ready Standards, including Common Core State Standards.

The development of this product was supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education and Office of Special Education Programs, under cooperative agreement S283B050034. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.