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Copy of RTI

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Sarah Dinan

on 21 October 2013

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Transcript of Copy of RTI

RTI
Tier 3
Tier 3 is students who are high risk for failure and are considered to be candidates for identification as having special educational needs.

These students may need one - one instruction

Tier 3 is usually considered special education; however, in many RTI models it is viewed as a tier that includes children who are not identified as being in need of special education but whose needs are at the intensive level.
This means that students are not necessarily in special education just because they are in tier 3 of the RTI model
RTI continued
I like the RTI model because it allows teachers to make goals for individual students. It also makes them make a plan on how to achieve the goal.
RTI or Response to Intervention
RTI is a systematic process for pre-referrals.
RTI is usually a 3 tier model although some models add a fourth tier

Tier 1
Tier 1 all students take core standards and other assessments.
This is the benchmark stage of RTI
Outcomes of the assessments show that majority of students (75%-80%) meet a proficient benchmark performance
If a school is implementing RTI then all children receive Tier 1 instruction
Application
At Trunk Butte Christian School they give students a ILP this is an individualized learning plan.
Tier 2
Tier 2 is for children who fall below the benchmark level and children who are at risk for academic failure.

In this Tier instruction is usually provided in smaller groups than in Tier 1.

Tier 1 everyone is in a regular classroom

Tier 2 students are pulled in small groups of 5-8 children
http://www.rtinetwork.org/essential/tieredinstruction/tiered-instruction-and-intervention-rti-model
I really like the thought of the ILP it makes it so you monitor every student, and make goals for each individual student.

This week was parent teacher conferences for the school and part of the documents the teachers gave the parent was about RTI.
The RTI sheet gave parents tips on what to do with there students and then the teachers would look through it and high light the aspects that related to the individual student
It also helps teachers see what areas they need to cover more thoroughly in class.
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