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Response to Intervention

Ann Goldman

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of RTI

What is it? OUTCOMES
Essential Components TIER 1 TIER 2 TEIR 3
INTERVENTION Traditional Instruction Differentiated Instruction Targeted Intervention For those who do not respond to Teir 1
Individual Intervention Plans / Goals
Small group intervention
10-15% will respond

Goals must be attainable
Scientifically researched based
Progress monitoring regularly Interventionists Intensive Interventions For those who do not respond to Teir 2
Individual Intervention Plan/Goals
Very Resource Intensive
Special Education decision making Intensive Intervention
Specialized programs
Legal Requirements

Screening Assessment
Progress Monitoring
School wide
Broad index
Yearly / 3x / Monthly
Identify of at-risk
School focus
Class/school instruction & Curriculum decisions
Implications as 1st stage Class / small group / student
Specific targets
< 3 wks / weekly / daily
Regroup student
Student focus
Within intervention
Implications: Continue, revise, placement Referrals? DOCUMENTATION Deliberations Decisions Single definition of success
Whole class instruction dominates
Student difference are minimized/avoided
Single form of assessment used
Assessment to see "who got it" Success defined by individual growth
Many instructional strategies are used
Student differences are used in planning
Multiple forms of asseessment are used
Assessmentis ongoing, dynamic and diagnositic to inform teaching Assesssment Universal Screening
Curriculum Based
Progress Monitoring
Informal Effective Instruction Highly qualitfied teachers
Explicit Instruction
Flexible Instructional groups
Ongoing Assessment Grade Level Team All grade level teachers
Professionals as appropriate Campus Level Team RTI Campus Coordinator
Classroom teachers
Special Education Teacher
School psychologist
Administrator as appropriate
Other specialists as needed Evidence based curriculum
District screening assessment
Progress monitoring system
Mulit-teired intervention model
Problem-solving method for intervention
Staff development plan Support Grade level team
Campus coordinator Describe problem
Rule of 3
Data points
Outcome Decision Clarify problem
Parent contact
Data points
Outcome Decisions Phase 3 Interventions
Data points, record keeping and analysis A systems change which involves
the use of data to identify and intervene
with at risk students TEAMS
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