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Title: Response To Intervention RtI


1
Response To Intervention (RtI)
Hello!
  • Follow-up Session
  • Cohort I
  • December 4, 2008

Welcome
2
Agenda
  • I. Introduction and review of RtI essential
    components
  • II. Presentation from our RtI pilot school core
    team (Washington School District)
  • Overview of the process from the beginning
  • Share the data analysis teaming process
  • Implementation of Tiers 2 and 3
  • Q As
  • III. Districts share their Level of
    Implementation Scale
  • IV. Core teams discuss the next steps and
    supports needed

3
General Overview of RtI
4
Three Phases of a Continuous Improvement Planning
Framework
Phase 2 ANALYZE DATA and DISCOVER Root
Cause RtI Data teaming process
Phase 3 PLAN SOLUTION RtI Strategy
Phase 1 ORGANIZE and REVIEW DATA RtI Data driven
process
  • Summative Assessments
  • Formative Assessments
  • Perceptual/Demographic Data

RtI connection The RtI strategy may be used as
one of the vital few research validated
strategies to assist schools with improving
student performance.
5
Core Characteristics of RtI
  • Standards aligned instruction in a research-based
    core program
  • Universal screening of academics and behavior
  • Shared ownership of all students
  • Data-based decision making
  • Progress monitoring
  • Benchmark and Outcome Assessment
  • Tiered intervention and service delivery system
  • Research-based interventions
  • Flexible grouping
  • Fidelity of Implementation
  • Parental engagement

6
RtI What it Is and What its Not!
  • RtI is not a (n)
  • pre-referral system
  • individual teacher
  • classroom
  • special education program
  • an added period of reading instruction
  • a separate, stand alone initiative
  • RtI is a (n)
  • general education led effort implemented within
    the general education system coordinated with
    all other services including special education,
    Title I, ELL, Migrant Education, etc.
  • system to provide instructional intervention
    immediately upon student need.
  • process that determines if the child responds to
    scientific, research-based intervention as a part
    of the evaluation procedures.
  • alternative approach to the diagnosis of a
    Specific Learning Disabilities. Instead of using
    the well known discrepancy model, local education
    agencies may now use this diagnostic alternative.

7
Response to Intervention
  • Standards aligned system
  • Universal screening
  • Interventions of increasing intensity
  • Research-based practices
  • Progress monitoring
  • Data analysis teaming
  • Parental engagement

8
IDEA 2004 Specific Learning Disabilities
  • The LEA cant be required to use the
    achievement/ability discrepancy method
  • The LEA may be permitted to use a process that
    determines how a child responds to scientifically
    research-based interventions (RtI)

9
Response to Intervention Framework
Tier 3 Interventions for A Few Students
Percentage of Students Requiring Intensive
Supports Decreases
Continuum of Time, Intensity and Data Increases
Tier 2 Interventions for Some Students
Tier I Foundation Standards Aligned Instruction
for All Students
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11
Tier 1 Potential Outcomes
  • Responders - Continue effective practices
  • Non-responders Add Tier 2 intervention (s) OR
    Tier 3 intervention (s) (depends on severity of
    need)

12
Factors to consider for Tier 1
  • Was the core program aligned to the PA standards?
  • Was the curriculum in place for a sufficient
    amount of time?
  • Where the teachers trained in how to use the
    curriculum?
  • Were the teachers using effective instruction
    methodologies?
  • Were data analysis teams used to support the
    delivery of core instruction?

13
  • The most crucial work of RtI implementation is
    ensuring quality teaching in the standards
    aligned general education core curriculum.

14
  • Increased Time and Opportunity to Learn
    Supplemental small group instruction in addition
    to
  • Use of standard protocol interventions
  • Progress Monitoring (every other week)

15
Tier 2 Potential Outcomes
  • Responders
  • Move to Tier 1
  • Continue Tier 2 intervention
  • Non-responders
  • Adjust instruction and continue Tier 2
    intervention
  • Move to Tier 3 intervention

16
  • Intensive instruction
  • Use of standard protocol interventions
  • Supplemental instructional materials for specific
    skill development
  • Small intensive, flexible groups
  • Additional tutoring
  • Weekly progress monitoring

17
Tier 3 Potential Outcomes
  • Responders
  • Move to Tier 2
  • Continue Tier 3 intervention
  • Non-responders
  • Adjust instruction and continue Tier 3
    intervention
  • Refer for special education evaluation

18
Factors to consider for Tier 2 and 3
  • Were the Interventions used supported by
    scientific research?
  • Were standard treatment protocols followed for
    the interventions with students? fidelity
    checks
  • Were the teachers/staff implementing the
    interventions trained in delivering the
    intervention with fidelity?
  • Were the interventions delivered for a sufficient
    amount of time?
  • Was a team used to help design and support the
    interventions?

19
Throughout ALL Tiers
  • Standards-Aligned Instruction
  • Shared Ownership of All Students
  • Tiered Intervention
  • Parental Engagement

20
Key Characteristics of RtI
  • Universal Screening of academics and behavior
  • Multiple tiers of increasingly intense
    interventions
  • Differentiated curriculum - tiered intervention
    strategy
  • Use of scientifically research-based
    interventions
  • Continuous monitoring of student performance
  • Benchmark/Outcome assessment

21
What is New?
22
Secondary RtI in PANovember 13, 2008
  • Rational
  • Integrates assessment and intervention with a
    multi-level prevention system to maximize student
    achievement and reduce behavior problems
  • Aligns curriculum, instruction, assessment,
    infrastructure, social-emotional, behavior
    supports, and interventions, to increase learning
    opportunities and improve achievement for
    secondary students

23
Secondary RtI
  • Intervening early and systematically to prevent
    student failure and disengagement form the
    learning process is essential to offset the
    increase of academic demands, language
    deficiencies, transience and learning
    difficulties.
  • RtI has been focused on elementary grades and has
    been very successful in the younger grades.

24
RtI Mathematics November 24, 2008
  • RtI Mathematics
  • Overview
  • Research Review Math and RtI
  • Implementation of the elements
  • Interrelationship between RtI and a standards
    aligned system

25
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