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Transcript of RTI
Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multiple tier approach used to identify students with potential learning and behavior needs.
of RTI is to provide a safety net for at risk readers, by matching the needs of the student with certain instruction and intervention, making changes to goals by monitoring student progress, and producing educational decisions based off the students response data.
- Testing (every student 3 times per year)
- Taking individuality into account
- Collecting data on learners to create portfolio/profile
- All students learning at their exact level
Meet required bench marks
- Measure success over course of school year
RTI Team: Classroom teachers. General education teachers are often the ones to make formal RTI requests on behalf of students. As part of Tier 1 interventions, teachers may modify their classroom or instructional practices.
Interventions are received 3 - 4 times a week
Students get independent practice time with either partners or small groups
Instruction should be aligned with Tier 1 core program
Intensive instruction is provided to match student's needs based on their performance
Pre- intervention: Diagnostic assessments are administered to determine learning strengths, deficits, and interests
During intervention: Student Progress is monitored at least
2 times per month
. This data becomes the basis for future decisions about student instruction
RTI Team Members: Reading/speech therapists
and special education teachers. These
specialists may engage students in intensive
small-group instruction. Members meet weekly
(2-3 hours) to develop and evaluate
Instruction given by classroom teacher and/or specialists
90 minutes of intervention per week
Small groups (no more than three students) or individually
During intervention: Student progress is monitored twice a week (or weekly on targeted skills).
If Tier 3 instruction is not successful, resort to further testing (for special education).
RTI Team: Speech/language therapists, special
education teachers, principals, psychologists,
support staff. Membership is flexible, but
multidisciplinary, and members may rotate
Lauren, Alexis, Kevin, Aaron, Marissa, David
Tier 1: Core Curriculum Classroom
are established, all kids are tested.
2) Scientifically valid
3) Students receive the intervention and
instruction is monitored
for students who continue to struggle is given.
to determine eligibility for special education services occurs.
High-quality classroom instruction
Reduce the number of students at risk for reading problems