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Title: RESPONSE TO INSTRUCTION AND INTERVENTION (RtII)


1
RESPONSE TO INSTRUCTION AND INTERVENTION (RtII)
Adapted from School District of Philadelphia Rtii
Materials
2
Learning Objectives
  • Part I
  • Understand the philosophy of RtII
  • Review benefits for the transition from CSAP to
    RtII
  • Identify the key components of the RtII model
  • Explain Rtii and IEP interaction

3
Roll-out plan Implementation
  • 2012-2013 District-wide implementation of RtII
  • ALL Grades K-12
  • Replaces CSAP Process
  • Phase 1 focus areas Literacy, Behavioral Health,
    Attendance, Student Discipline
  • Documentation in the online system in Schoolnet

New Process
4
Roll-out plan Online System
  • The CSAP database will no longer be in use after
    the 2011-2012 school year
  • Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, Rtii, a
    module in Schoolnet, will replace the CSAP
    reporting system

New Process
5
Roll-out plan Online System
  • The Interventions system will document the
    following
  • Strategic and Intensive academic intervention
    plans provided through RtII
  • Positive behavioral interventions in compliance
    with the State-mandated SAP (Student Assistance
    Process)
  • EIS (Early Intervening Services) mandated by
    Federal law
  • Truancy interventions in compliance with the
    State-mandated compulsory attendance procedures
    and TEP (Truancy Elimination Plan)
  • Intervention plans will be automatically closed
    out in the system on the last day of school each
    year

New Process
6
What Is Response to Instruction and Intervention
(RtII)?
  • A multi-level system of support focused on
    improving learning for ALL students
  • A data-driven model to enable early
    identification and strategic interventions for
    students at academic or behavioral risk
    (screening, progress monitoring)
  • A shared, collaborative, data-driven
    decision-making process among professional
    educators.

7
Differences in CSAP RtII Student Support Model
  • Tier 3
  • Individual Students evaluated for Change of
    Placement
  • Level 3
  • Small group or Individual supplemental and
    targeted instruction
  • Level 2
  • Small group supplemental and
  • targeted instruction
  • Tier 2
  • Individual Student Intervention plans
  • 60 days to demonstrate progress
  • Level 1
  • All students
  • Research - based, effective instruction
  • Progress monitoring through Curriculum Based
    Assessments
  • Tier 1
  • Small Group supplemental instruction
  • 30 days to demonstrate progress

CSAP
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Key Components of RtII Implementation
  • Quality Standards-Based Core Curriculum
  • RtII School Team
  • Time for Collaboration
  • Time for Intervention Delivery
  • Screening
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Evidence-based Interventions
  • Documentation and Accountability System

9
The Key Components of RtII
Courtesy of the National Center on Response to
Intervention
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RtII Components Speaking a Common Language
  • Core Program Research-based curriculum and
    instruction
  • Strategies Instructional tools used broadly
    across all RtII levels to support learning
  • Interventions
  • Academic Evidence-based programs that
    supplement Core Program
  • Behavioral/Attendance/Discipline Evidencebased
    programs or best practices that address the
    barriers
  • Screening
  • Academic assessing ALL students a minimum of
    3X/year to group students according to risk level
  • Behavioral/Attendance/Discipline assessing ALL
    students on a monthly basis to group students
    according to risk level
  • Progress Monitoring On-going assessment of
    students identified as at-risk to determine
    accuracy of screener, and to gauge student
    progress with selected intervention program

12
RtII School Team
  • Principal Assistant Principal
  • RtII Champion
  • Teachers
  • Counselor
  • Technology Teacher Leader - TTL
  • Attendance Designee
  • Student Discipline Designee
  • Special Education Liaison SEL
  • School Psycologist

13
Key components of RtII Time for collaboration
  • Purpose
  • To create dedicated time for the RtII team to
    analyze student data for the purpose of improving
    all students achievement.
  • Recommended Best Practices
  • Frequency
  • data meetings 1-2 per month
  • Review screener data every marking period
    (monthly for attendance)
  • Review progress monitoring data
  • Structure
  • Grade group meetings or other group meeting times
  • RtII Team present

14
Key components of RtII Time for collaboration
New Process
  • Outcomes
  • Form consensus on students identified for
    intervention plans
  • Assign team members for a specific plan
  • Initiate the plan online
  • Task completion and progress monitoring

15
Philadelphia School District RtII Model
Attendance
Behavior
85 of students
Level 1
10 of Students
Level 2
5 of Students
Level 3
Small Group/Individual
Small Group
Discipline
Literacy
Whole Class
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Key components of RtII Screeners
  • Screeners are assessments tools used to assess
    ALL students a minimum 3 times/year to group
    students according to risk level
  • To prepare for start of school year, use prior
    year cycle four data to group students

17
RtII Model For Reading Literacy
2 years below grade-level (chronically
under-performing)
Level 3 Few students at this level
Within 2 years below grade-level
Level 2 Some students at this level
Just at or above grade-level
Level 1 Most students at this level
18
RtII Model For Attendance
10 or more illegal absences
Level 3 Few students at this level
3 or more unexcused and illegal absences
Level 2 Some students at this level
Level 1 Most students at this level
19
RtII Model For Behavioral Health
Students with a behavioral health diagnosis
Level 3 Few students at this level
Students who struggle with exhibiting
appropriate social skills
Level 2 Some students at this level
Level 1 Most students at this level
20
RtII Model For Student Discipline
Students with an EH-21 Discipline Referral
Level 3 Few students at this level
Students with 3 or more suspensions
Level 2 Some students at this level
Level 1 Most students at this level
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Key components of RtII Selecting Interventions
  • Choose an intervention using the following
    criteria
  • Evidence-based
  • Matched to student need
  • Available
  • Staff are trained to implement with fidelity
  • Identify evidence-based interventions
  • National RTI Center
  • www.rti4success.org

22
Key components of RtII Time for Intervention
Delivery
  • Time should be allotted/scheduled for
    interventions to be delivered to the identified
    students
  • Regular and consistent delivery of the
    intervention

23
Key Components of RtII Progress Monitoring
  • Progress monitoring (PM) assesses progress of
    students identified through the screener as
    at-risk
  • Determines accuracy of screener
  • Gauges student progress with selected
    intervention program
  • The online system requires monthly Progress
    Monitoring for all interventions, but may be
    administered more frequently.
  • PM data should be reviewed collaboratively 1-2
    times/month time for structured and facilitated
    data analysis should be built into RtII team
    meeting agenda
  • Recommended Progress Monitoring Tools
  • Assessments built into evidence-based
    interventions
  • Some screeners (e.g., DIBELS)
  • ScholarChip (High Schools)
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