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Preschool Response to Intervention

Have you heard the buzz around Response to Intervention, or RtI? Are your early childhood program developing, or considering development of an RtI system? Learn about RtI for Preschool is.
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Mischele McManus

on 3 May 2011

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Transcript of Preschool Response to Intervention

Recognition and Response The RtI of Early Childhood TIER 3 TIER 2 Supports What is RTI? Systematic Problem-solving process Allows for earlier identification of difficulties Individualized Data-based Leads to reduced need for Special Education Evidence-based Depends on high quality programming What it is: What it does: Early Childhood Culture, Beliefs, and Practices Holistic Development
Importance of Early Intervention
Critical Contributions of parents and families
Authentic Assessment TIER 1 Universal Screening and Progress Monitoring Screening as a "check point"
Multiple times
Foundation of quality Authentic Assessments 80% 15% 5% Universal Instruction ALL Preschool Children
Evidence-Based Universal Curriculum
Includes small and large group activities
DATA informs decision-making of norms for
levels and rates of performance. 5 Easy Tips for Getting Started - Structured
- Teacher-Directed
- Content-Specific I ndividualized
ntegrated S mall groups
hort sessions More
intensive/
individualized interventions for few children not progressing with TIER 2 interventions. - Prompting
- Modeling
- Directives Least to most intensive Get administrator support Plan, Plan, Plan:
include ALL stakeholders,
including families Use specific research-validated
screening and monitoring tools Assess program quality at TIER 1 Get ongoing professional development If not making progress,
in one or more domains,
add interventions from next Tier. If making progress,
continue Universal Instruction 3-tier model What it is NOT: Special Education Eligibility Pre-referral model Just for reading Just for LD children High Quality, Universal Instruction for ALL children is preventative and proactive. Children may or may not be participating in Special Education Noel Cole (517) 241-6354
colen@michigan.gov
Mischele McManus (517)373-8664
mcmanusm@michigan.gov
Education Consultants Michigan DEC's 2010 Annual Conference
Central Michigan University
April 30, 2010 Methods Testing. Testing. Testing Who Are You? E xplicit
mbedded 4 Essential Components
of R and R 1. 2. 3. 4. Intervention hierarchy Screening, assessment, and progress monitoring Research-based curriculum, instruction,
and focused interventions Collaborative problem-solving process
for decision making as determined through collaboration among parents, teacher(s), and appropriate specialists Wrapping it up!
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