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The RTI Journey

Implementing RTI in Kettering Fairmont High School
by

Sherri Alexander

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of The RTI Journey

The Must Haves
of RTI Implementation
Year One Implementation
Year Two Tiered Interventions Research-based Data Driven Philosophy Professional Development The Dream Team Starting Small Getting the Word Out Adjusting and Adopting Showing Results Adjusting the Pyramid Staffing Progress Monitoring Do we have to? Kettering Fairmont High School Response to Intervention Attendance Discipline Grades 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
94.0% 93.5 % 95.3 % First Semester Data
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
Total Referrals 1019 1010 935
Suspensions 205 200 176
Expulsions 14 9 6 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
991 F's 941 F's 681 F's Differentiated Instruction English 9 Block
Algebra IA Block
Intro Block
Algebra I Block
RTI Study Hall
Sophomores Labs 1-4 teacher ratio - intensive
intervention in addition
RTI Lunch Intervention the belief that since all students can
learn, the teacher and school are primarily responsible for that learning. Must be focused on your school's needs Instruction
Intervention Bulletin
Academic Council
Dream Team
Building Meetings How do you know your
students are making progress? Difficult
Decisions “Generally speaking, people associated with NCLB
might see RTI as a way to increase standards for all students, while those closely connected with IDEA might be interested in RTI as an approach for identifying students with learning disabilities” (Duffy and Scala, 2012). Why is this so difficult to do at the secondary level?? How will you get
teacher / staff
buy in? Who would be
on your dream
team? Central Staff Support Gate keeping: class change form Are you ready for Tier II??
Where should you begin? What professional development
is needed? When? How do you schedule intervention time? Who will lead the way, facilitate, and
manage RTI in the building?
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