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RtI Tiered Model Flow Chart

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Jennifer Lange

on 5 February 2014

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RtI Tiered Model Flow Chart
Response to Instruction
RtI provides structure.
RtI provides framework for staff development and collaboration.
RtI is preventative
RtI meets the goals of legislation.
RtI is Data based decision making, Screenings, tiered model of delivery, progress monitoring and fidelity.(Wake County School System, 2014)
Tier 1
80%-90% of students.
Tier 3
1%-5% of students.
Tier 2
5%-10% of students.
Special Education
Tier 3: Individualized Intensive instruction/Intervention Plan plus Ongoing Assessments
Referral to Teir 3 RtI Team for intervention.
Analyze data and develop Tier 3 RtI Intervention Plan.
Provide intense, individualized interventions in addition to core instruction delivered by highly-trained staff.
Document and use progress monitoring to determine student's rate of response to interventions.
Communiate with parent(s) about student progress.
Tier 3 RtI intervention Team should monitorfidelity of interventions.
Tier 3 RtI interention team analyzes data to determine next steps. Assess and modify interventions as needed. (Wake County School System,2014)
Tier 1: Core Instruction/Prevention
Universal Screenings
Provide high quality core instruction
Collaborate with General education teachers.
Analyze students data and make recommendations.
Teacher-parent conference for students who are at risk of academic failure and/or behavioral issues.
Use a formative and common assessments,and benchmark screenings
Assess effectiveness of instruction.(Wake County School System, 2014)
Tier 2: Small Group Instruction/Interventions
Analyze data through collaboration regarding groups of students with similar academic/behaviors.
Tier 2 interventions are provided in addition to the core classrm instruction provided in Tier 1.
Develop an intervention Plan (IEP).
Provide small group targeted skill instruction.
Use progress monitoring data to determin student's rate of response to intervention.
Communicate with parents about student progress and next steps.
Assess effectiveness of stratigic research based interventions.(Wake county public school system, 2014)
If core instruction is insufficient for meeting the student's learning needs,consider interventions associated with Tier 2.
If student's rate of response to intervention is limited, consider the more intensive interventions associated with Tier 3.
If the student demonstrates severely limited progress, the Tier 3 RtI team determines if a referral is warranted.
If the interventions are effective, consider reducing the intensity of the intervention while continuing to progress monitor for student response.
"RTI is a process that schools can use to help children who are struggling academically or behaviorally. " (NICHCY,2014)
Tier 1: Universal interventions are utilized and is preventative and proactive in all students. The first tier accomidates for 80-90% of students.
If instruction is successful, student continues to recieve core instruction and use of formative assessments and periodic benchmark screening are continued.
Tier 2 is 5-15% of the student population. This is a targeted group intervention. There is a high efficiency and rapid response in this group.
Students who respond well to intervention and no longer show need for Tier 2 support should be provided with core instruction with differentiation as needed with periodic benchmark screenings.
Tier 3 effects 1%-5% of the student population.
If the student is not responding to interventions of tier 1 and 2 , there may be a disability requiring special education services.(Batsche,2005)
Flow Chart
By Jennifer Lange
February 5th 2014
SPE-529N Dr. Mendez
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