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Copy of RTI Response to Intervention: What does it all mean?
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Requires students to show a discrepancy and their academic achievement.
How does RTI work? Early Intervention
Frequent Progress Measurement
Tiered Instructional Interventions Assumptions of RTI
1. All students can be taught.
2. Early intervention is important
3. service delivery is multi-tiered
4. Decision need to be made between tiers.
5. Use research based interventions
6. Progress monitoring
7. Data drives decision making
Steps for Implementation Step #1 School-wide Screening
1. Needs to identify students who need further assessment.
2. Needs to be practical.
3. Generate Positive Outcomes (Are the resources being used in the best manner.) Step #2 Progress Monitoring
Determine if children are learning from the instruction program
Build more effective programs for children not benefiting from the current instruction
Estimate rates of student improvement Step #2 Tiered Service Delivery Tier #1
Data is Collected
Students are Identified Using Benchmark Scores
Measurable goals are Created
Observations are made to ensure fidelity of classroom instruction
Classroom Interventions are created and implemented Tier #2
Core instruction is still delivered by classroom teacher
Targeted instruction can be delivered inside the classroom or outside in a smaller group setting.
Rules need to be created for Tier #3 determination Tier #3
Can be referred to Special Education
Increased frequency and duration on interventions Matthew Roper
2011 Advantages of RTI Problems with Fidelity Complexity: The more complex the interventions, the fidelity is reduced.
Resources: Required resources need to be available.
Perceived Effectiveness versus actual effectiveness:
Teacher who do not buy-in will not implement well.
Interventionists: Quantity, quality, and motivation of the persons who deliver the interventions affect fidelity. Available to all students Helps at-risk students
Good for monitoring student progress
Criticisms of RTI Does not account for GATE Additional work for general education teachers
Helps reduce over-identifying of certain groups for special education.