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Flow Chart For RTI Process
Transcript of Flow Chart For RTI Process
Response to Intervention, known as RTI, is a multi-tier process that integrates intervention with assessment to guide instruction to "maximize student achievement and reduce behavior problems (www.rti4success.org)."
Flow Chart For RTI Process
Tier one of the RTI process focuses on quality instruction for all students in the classroom. All students are screened with a universal assessment three times a year to provide data to response to instruction.(www.rti4success.org). Benchmark data is used to guide core instruction in the classroom. Students who scores in the "at risk range", below the 25th percentile, are progress monitored once a month to monitor their response to classroom instruction. Students who do not show adequate growth are moved to tier two for more intense intervention (CCSD, 2012).
Students not adequately responding to tier one instruction are moved to tier two. An intervention plan is developed for tier two students which addresses specific deficit areas and sets an ambitious goal. Research based intervention is provided daily by the classroom teacher and a log is kept to document the intervention (CCSD, 2012). Students in tier two are progress monitored every one-two weeks. If an intervention is not effective, the RTI team will change the intervention and continue to progress monitor. If tier two interventions are unsuccessful and the team suspects that the student's lack of progress might be due to a learning disability, the team will refer the student for special education assessment. During the special education process, additional intervention is provided (tier3) (CCSD, 2012).
Interventions at Tier Two
While tier one focuses on quality grade level instruction, tier two focuses on additional instruction at the student's skill level. An example would be for a student in 5th grade who struggles with reading comprehension would receive 90 minutes of tier one core instruction, and an additional 20-30 minutes per day of additional instruction at their instructional level. The student's progress is monitored weekly to determine the effectiveness of the intervention. If the student does not make adequate progress after four weeks, the intervention will be changed. If the student's response is inadequate, they may be moved to tier three. (CCSD, 2012)
Students who are moved to tier three are those who have not responded to tier one and two instruction and interventions (www.rti4success.org). In addition to tier one and tier two instruction, tier three students will receive additional support. Typically, tier three students are referred for special education assessment. The multidisciplinary team reviews the intervention plan, logs, and data from tier one and tier two instruction/intervention, and can reasonably deduct that the lack of progress in response to intense intervention is due to a learning disability. If their scores qualify them, an IEP will be written to address deficit areas. Tier three students are progress monitored every one to two weeks. (CCSD, 2012)
Intervention at Tier 1
Tier one is focused on quality instruction on common core standards. Tier one intervention includes whole group and small group instruction. Teachers may choose to progress monitor student they are concerned with to track their response to instruction (CCSD, 2012)
Three Tiers of RTI
Tier 1: Focuses on providing appropriate instruction to all students in the general education classroom.
Tier 2: Focuses on proving additional instruction to students who are identified as at risk of failure.
Tier 3: Focuses on providing intensive intervention to students who do not respond to tier one and two instruction.
Tier Three Intervention
Intervention at tier three is intense. Students are pulled into small groups for addition intensive instruction. Tier three can be provided through general education, but is usually provided through special education. The focus for tier three is based on IEP goals and deficit areas. Tier three students receive instruction at their skill level in effort to close the gap and increase student ability (CCSD, 2012).
Clark County School District. (2012). Response to Instruction: A PK-12 Multi-Tiered System of Support (CCSD Publication No.CPD-LIT-M01 4). Las Vegas, NV: CCSD Printing Office.
National Center on Response to Intervention. (2010). What is RTI? Retrieved December 15, 2013 from http://www.rti4success.org/resourcetype/essential-components-rti-closer-look-response-intervention