Response to Intervention (RTI) is a teaching method that aims to identify struggling students early on and give them the support they need to be successful in school. The goal is for the school to intervene, or step in, and start helping before anyone falls really far behind.
In addition, teachers also use another approach. Through Daily 5 / Cinq au Quotidienne, students are taught to be independent learners and work in stations with peers which have been created by their teacher. The students rotate and will have a station where each will work with the teacher on either reading or writing activities. Each group consists of 4-5 students.