Our certificate in response to intervention (RTI), also known as response to instruction, is designed to provide teachers, school psychologists, and behavioral consultants with the ability to provide early, effective assistance to children who are having difficulty
Register now for a 7 p.m. (Eastern time) Wednesday, February 4, webinar for our master's program in applied behavior analysis. You will be able to connect directly with the program's faculty advisor.
You will learn how to lessen the chance of academic failure through early intervention, skills for frequent progress measurement, and intensive, research-based instructional interventions for children who are having academic difficulties.
Our 15-hour, online certificate stands as a specialized credential on its own, or can be used toward a master's degree in special education.
You will be learning these skills from a university with a national reputation as a leader in educator preparation. Ball State is accredited by the following:
Mode of Delivery
This program is offered completely online.
Department of Special Education
Take the next step
Learn how to apply and the course requirements for this certificate. You can also request more information about the RTI program.
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