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Title: Response to Instruction


1
Response to Instruction Intervention (RtI2)
  • Using Differentiation to Provide Equity and
    Access for All Students

2
Who Are Our Underserved Students?What does the
data tell us?
  • Day 2 Learning Outcomes
  • Identify which students have not demonstrated
    mastery of essential standards
  • Identify effective instructional practices for
    addressing gaps
  • Develop common assessment to identify students in
    need of additional support
  • Learn about PBIS and how it connects to RtI
  • Explore Universal Screening Assessments, sample
    schedules, strategies for intervention and
    differentiation

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Our Beliefs
  • RtI2 is not a program, but a process and
    framework for consolidating and using your
    existing resources wisely
  • RtI2 is designed to assure high levels of
    learning for all students

5
Essential Characteristics of RtI
  • Collective responsibility
  • Quality core instruction
  • Universal screening and diagnostic assessment
  • Research-based supplemental services and
    interventions
  • Progress monitoring Use of data to make
    instructional and intervention decisions
  • Quality problem solving
  • Guaranteed access for all students
  • (http//www.rti4success.org/)

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The RtI2 PLC Link
RtI2 cannot be implemented effectively without a
collaborative process in place for on-going
progress monitoring and looking at data.
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Over the past decade, two proven processes have
been developed to achieve this goal
Both are Systems Changes
9
IEPs Marathon Meetings
SSTs, Marathon Meetings
Progress Monitoring happens at each tier!
PLCs/Data Teams, Grade Level/Dept. Teams,
Marathon Meetings
10
Problem Solving Process (COI)
  • Define the problem
  • Where are our gaps?
  • Analyze the problem
  • Why is it happening?
  • Develop a Plan
  • What shall we do about it?
  • Evaluate
  • Did our plan work?

11
PLC Video
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What does the data say?
Identify Gaps - (content/sub-groups) Identify Strengths Next Steps- (Strategies) Assessments (formative /common)
MATH
1. What do we expect students to learn? 2. How
will we know when they have learned it? 3. How
will we respond when they have/havent learn?
13
4th Grade Math Content Cluster Data
14
Blue Prints
15
Release Questions
16
Research Based Strategies
  • Brainstorm Strategies

17
Sample Formative Assessment
18
A PLC Gone Awry
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Group Work Using Your Data What does the data
say?
Identify Gaps - (content/sub-groups) Identify Strengths Next Steps- (Strategies) Assessments (formative /common)
MATH
http//www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sr/resources.asp
20
No One Said it Would be Easy
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The mindset of effective educators
  • To believe that all children from birth want to
    learn and be successful
  • To believe that all students are motivated, but
    unfortunately, some are dominated by avoidance
    motivation as a way of protecting themselves
    from situations that they believe will lead to
    failure and humiliation

22
LUNCH
23
Introduction to PBIS
24
PBIS Designing School-Wide Systems for Student
Success
1-5
1-5
5-10
5-10
80-90
80-90
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Intervention Tools
  • Corrective reading - http//www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/
    sra/free-downloads.htm
  • Early Success - http//www.eduplace.com/interventi
    on/readintervention/
  • Read Naturally - http//www.readnaturally.com/prod
    ucts/improvereading.htm
  • Fast Forward - http//www.scilearn.com/products/
  • Road to Code - http//www.brookespublishing.com/st
    ore/books/blachman-4382/index.htm
  • Voyager - http//www.voyagerlearning.com/
  • Elkonin Boxes - http//bogglesworldesl.com/elkonin
    _boxes.htm

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Main RtI Sites
  • California Department of Education Resources for
    RtI - http//www.cde.ca.gov/ci/cr/ri/index.asp
  • National Center on Response to Intervention -
    http//www.rti4success.org/
  • RtI Action Network - http//www.rtinetwork.org/

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Progress Monitoring Tools
  • Reading Screening - http//teacher.scholastic.com/
    products/sri/
  • CBM - http//www.interventioncentral.org/htmdocs/i
    nterventions/cbmwarehouse.php
  • AIMSweb - http//www.aimsweb.com/

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Resources for Differentiating
  • Online Tools for ELs - http//sites.google.com/sit
    e/ctapvworkshops/Home/ell/online-tools-for-ell
  • All Kinds of Minds - http//www.allkindsofminds.or
  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives -
    http//nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vLibrary.html 
  • Webspiration - http//www.mywebspiration.com/  

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Sample Schedules
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The Importance of Teaming Video
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Why Our Response is Important!!!!
  • Kids don't care what you know
  • until they know you care.- Dr. Rober Brooks

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Day 2 Evaluation
  • Reflect on Day 2 Learning (http//estaffroom.sccoe
    .org)
  • Day3 RtI in Practice Creating Your Own Pyramid
    of Intervention
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