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Title: NHRESPONDS - Professional Development for Excellence in Education Accomplishments 2009-2010 Advisory Board Meeting June 21, 2010


1
NHRESPONDS - Professional Development for
Excellence in Education Accomplishments
2009-2010 Advisory Board Meeting June 21, 2010
2
Support for NH RESPONDS is provided by the NH
Bureau of Special Education, NH Department of
Education under a State Personnel Development
Grant from the US Department of Education, Office
of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services
3
Agenda
  • NH RESPONDS Grant Goals and Objectives
  • What Is RTI?
  • Accomplishments in 2009-2010
  • Annual Performance Report Data
  • GrantActivities for next year
  • Questions and Answers

4
NH RESPONDS Grant Goals Objectives
5
NH RESPONDS Integrated RtI as Systems Change
Secondary Transition
Literacy
PBIS
Professional
Development
Preservice through Institutions of Higher
Education Certification through NH Department of
Education
District/SAU Supported Schools and Preschools
Inservice through Statewide Training and
Technical Assistance Centers for PBIS, Literacy
and Secondary Transition
6
NH RESPONDS Grant
  • NH RESPONDS Professional Development for
    Excellence in Education is a professional
    development (pre-service and in-service) grant
    focused on development and implementation of an
    integrated Response to Intervention system of
    literacy and behavior support that includes
    secondary transition supports at the high school
    level, implemented with fidelity resulting in
    improved student outcomes.

7
NH RESPONDS Grant Goals
  • Improve pre-service and in-service personnel
    preparation systems by designing, delivering and
    evaluating research based practices in Response
    to intervention (RtI) systems of behavior,
    literacy and secondary transition supports for
    students at risk for school failure. (in
    participating high schools).
  • Improve the systems for recruiting, hiring, and
    retaining education and related service personnel
    who are highly qualified in these areas.
  • Develop a statewide training and technical
    assistance network that a) aligns with federal
    and state standards and (b) builds the capacity
    of early childhood education programs and K-12
    schools in the state to adopt, implement with
    fidelity, and sustain effective and efficient
    systems and practices in the above areas. 

8
The primary strategies for accomplishing NH
RESPONDS grant goals include
  • Demonstration Sites - comprehensive training and
    support in demonstration sites (K-12 schools and
    early childhood programs) in five SAUs.
  • Pre-service - work with institutions of higher
    education and other key stakeholders to improve
    pre-service educator preparation programs in
    grant related areas align with certification
    standards from NH DOE.
  • Statewide Trainings trainings offered yearly in
    grant areas to increase participants knowledge
    and skills.

9
NH RESPONDS
Positive Behavior Supports
Secondary Transition
Literacy
University of New Hampshire Institute on
Disability
New Hampshire Department of Education
NH Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions
Supports
Institutions of Higher Education
Family Youth Organizations
New Hampshire RESPONDS Statewide Advisory Board
New Hampshire RESPONDS Leadership Team
Professional Organizations
Local Education Agencies
Capacity Building Work Teams
Comp, Standards, Certification
Sec. Tran. PD
Training TA
Demonstration
Evaluation
ECE
Evaluation
Outcomes Students Educators Fidelity
Competencies Standards Certification Outcomes
Training Curriculum Competencies
Curriculum Training Coaching
SAU-wide ECEs Schools PD
Standards Competencies Certification
10
What is RTI?
11
RTIWhat Is It?
  • Response to Intervention is the practice of
  • (1) providing high quality instruction/
    intervention matched to student needs while
  • (2) using learning rate over time and level of
    performance in order to
  • (3) make important educational decisions.
  • Batsche, G., Elliott, J., Graden, J., Grimes,
    J., Kovaleski, J., Prasse, D., Schrag,J.,
    Tilly, D. (2005) Response to Intervention Policy
    Considerations and Implementation. Alexandria,
    VA National Association of State Directors of
    Special Education.

12
RTI Components
  • Leadership teams
  • Representative, collaborative and influential
  • Data based decision making
  • Universal screening
  • Monitor student progress
  • Systematic tiered model of instruction
  • Continuum of supports based on student needs
  • Provide evidence-based instruction and
    interventions all along the continuum of supports
  • Differentiated instruction

13
Designing School-Wide Systems for Student
Success
1-5
1-5
5-10
5-10
80-90
80-90
14
NH RESPONDS Accomplishments 2009-2010
15
NH RESPONDS Demonstration Sites
  • Conway SAU 9 North Country
  • Children Unlimited ECE
  • Pine Tree Elementary School
  • John Fuller Elementary School
  • Kennett High School
  • Newport SAU 43 Southwest
  • Early Childhood Support Program
  • Towle Elementary School
  • Richards Elementary School
  • Rochester SAU 54 Southeast
  • Reach Pre-School Program - dropped
  • Chamberlain Street Elementary School
  • East Rochester School dropped
  • Somersworth SAU 56 Southeast
  • Somersworth ECE Program
  • Maplewood Elementary School
  • Hilltop Elementary School
  • Somersworth High School
  • (No SAUs from Lake Region applied Somersworth
    was the next highest scoring application)
  • Timberlane SAU 55 South Central
  • Timberlane Learning Center ECE
  • Sandown North Elementary School
  • Atkinson Academy
  • Key
  • Started in Year 1 (2008-2009) -2 HS started
    1/2009
  • Started in Year 2 (2009-2010)

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NH RESPONDS Demonstration Site Training and
Technical Assistance
  • On-site facilitation for SAU and school teams
  • Training for school teams (all three tiers),
    coaches, and SAU team
  • Begins with Universal System, then Targeted and
    Intensive -- Spiraled
  • 4 Years of Support
  • Resources provided free of charge

17
NH RESPONDS SAU Demonstration Sites
Implementation of June 2010
Demonstration Site Conway School Dist/SAU 9 Newport School Dist/SAU 43 Rochester School Dist/SAU 54 Somersworth School Dist/SAU 56 Timberlane School Dist/SAU 56
Region North Country Southwest Southeast Southeast South Central
City Conway, NH 03813 Newport NH 03773 Rochester NH 03867 Somersworth, NH 03878 Plaistow, NH 03865
School 1 Pine Tree Elementary Towle Elementary Chamberlain Street Maplewood Elementary Sandown North Elem
Grades K 1-6 4-5 K 1-5 P K 1-4 1-4
Start year 2008-2009 2008-2009 2008-2009 2008-2009 2008-2009
Priority Area Literacy Behavior Behavior Literacy Behavior
Implementation Level as of June 2010 Literacy Tier 1 2 Behavior Tier 1, 2, 3 (previous PBIS site) Blending some at Tier 2 Behavior Tier 1 2 with some initial blending with literacy data Behavior Tier 1 2 Literacy Tier 1 some Tier 2 (started under Reading First K-3) continued to grades 4-5 Literacy Tier 1, 2 3 Behavior Tier 1, 2 3 (previous PBIS site) Blended at Tier 2 Sch. Leadership Team Behavior Tier 1, 2 3 (Previous PBIS site) and blending in Literacy 1 2
School 2 John Fuller Elementary Richards Elementary East Rochester School Hilltop Elementary Atkinson Academy
Grades K 1-6 K 1-3 P K 1-5 1-4 1-5
Start Year 2009-2010 2009-2010 2009-2010 2009-2010 2009-2010
Priority Area Literacy Literacy Literacy Literacy Literacy
Implementation Level as of June 2010 Literacy Tier 1 2 Literacy Tier 1 Literacy Tier 1 Behavior Tier 1 some Tier 2 (Previous PBIS support) Dropped out as of April 2010 Literacy Tier 1, 2 3 Behavior Tier 1, 2, 3 (Previous PBIS site) Literacy Tier 1
Early Childhood Prgm Children Unlimited Early Childhood Prgm Reach Pre-School Somersworth Early Ed Timberlane Learning Ctr
Ages 3-5 years 3-5 years 3-5 years 3-5 years 3-5 years
Start Year 2008-2009 2009-2010 2009-2010 2008-2009 2009-2010
Priority Area RTI - early Literacy and Behavior RTI - early Literacy and Behavior RTI - early Literacy and Behavior RTI - early Literacy and Behavior RTI - early Literacy and Behavior
Implementation Level as of June 2010 Tier 1 Literacy and Behavior Tier 1 Behavior Dropped out as of March 2010 Tier 1 Behavior and Literacy Tier 1 Behavior
High School Kennett High School N/A N/A Somersworth High Sch. N/A
Grades 9-12     9-12  
Start year 12/2008-2009     12/2008-2009  
Priority Area PBIS/(RENEW tier 3)     Literacy/Behavior/(RENEW Tier 3)  
Implementation Level as of June 2010 Behavior Tier 1, 2 partial tier 3 (previous APEX grant Site)     Behavior Tier 1, 2 partial tier 3 (previous APEX grant Site) Consensus level for Tiers 1 2 - Literacy  
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NH RESPONDS Demo Site Accomplishments
  • SAU Leadership Teams developed - meet at least
    quarterly
  • Year 1 Year 2 Early Childhood Education
    Programs
  • ECE program Universal Leadership team developed
    and meeting regularly
  • Tier 1 literacy and/or behavior established
  • Collection of student data and RTI process data
  • Year 1 Elementary Schools in each SAU
  • School Universal Leadership team developed and
    mtg regularly (minimum of monthly)
  • Tier 1 established and being implemented
  • Tier 2 team established and implementing or
    beginning implementation
  • Parent involvement 2 way communication training
    provided
  • Collection of student data and RTI process data

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NH RESPONDS Demo Site Accomplishments Continued
  • Year 2 Elementary Schools
  • School Universal Leadership team developed and
    mtg monthly
  • Received 4-part Universal Literacy training
  • Parent involvement 2 way communication training
    provided
  • Tier 1 established and implementing or beginning
    implementation
  • Collection of RTI process data and starting to
    collect student data
  • Two High Schools (Priority PBIS and RENEW Tier
    3)
  • School Universal Leadership team developed and
    mtg regularly
  • Behavior Tier 1 and Tier 2 established and being
    implemented
  • Tier 3 training in RENEW
  • Somersworth HS also looking to incorporate
    Literacy

20
Integration of NH RESPONDS Framework
  • Review or development of competencies
  • Pre-service educator preparation programs
  • Information dissemination and user-friendly
    materials
  • Statewide Trainings (RTI Framework, Effective
    research based practices, Resources)
  • Certification requirements in teacher education,
    administration and other programs from NH DOE

21
NH RESPONDS Preservice
  • NH RESPONDS staff researched and developed
    Administrator and Coach competencies for RTI in
    grant areas by November 2009
  • Competencies reviewed by local and National
    experts and feedback collected by March 2010
  • Competencies shared with Four IHEs (PSU, UNH,
    KSC, and Rivier) for incorporation of general
    competencies into their course work in specific
    program areas related to NH RESPONDS grant
  • Four IHEs meet quarterly to share and collaborate
    on how to incorporate key components of RTI into
    their existing teacher preparation programs and
    courses

22
NH RESPONDS Statewide Training
  • NH RESPONDS 2 Part RTI Tier 2 Statewide Training
    held Spring 2010
  • Offered to schools who are not demo sites
  • 14 School teams (approx. 100 participants) and
    many had attended our Tier 1 training the
    previous year
  • RTI Task Force members also attended
  • Annual Four Part Transition Training Series
    (November May) approx. 60 people per session

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NH RESPONDS Statewide Training Continued
  • Two 3-part Early Childhood Education Regional
    Trainings on early literacy and behavior provided
    in Conway and Somersworth/Rochester areas
  • Two 3 day RENEW trainings to approximately 30
    participants in Berlin and Somersworth and
    commitment to working with students

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Other NH RESPONDS Activities
  • Developed formalized data matrix for collection
    reporting of grant measures
  • Dissemination of NH RESPONDS tools and resources
  • Partner with Parent Information Center to build
    family engagement, 2 way communication user
    friendly materials
  • Partner with Family Resource Connection to
    purchase and provide access to books and
    materials on grant topics
  • NH RESPONDS staff members on NH RTI Task Force
    and NH Transition Community of Practice to ensure
    alignment and collaboration

25
Annual Performance Report Data
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SAU Level Data Collected
  • NH RESPONDS Blueprint (annually end of the year)
  • Consensus Building
  • Infrastructure
  • Implementation
  • Annual SAU Team Survey (prior to Annual
    Performance Report to OSEP)

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School Level Universal/Tier 1 Behavior
  • Readiness/Fidelity Measures
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • Team Implementation Checklist (TIC)
  • Effective Behavior Support Survey (EBS)
  • Schoolwide Evaluation Tool (SET) for K-12
  • Outcome Measures
  • Screening Results
  • ODRs (Trends, Reductions, Triangle)
  • Suspensions (ISS, OSS Reductions)
  • SPP 4 (SAU Level)

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School Level Secondary/Tier 2 Behavior
  • Readiness/Fidelity Measures
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • Tier 2 Blended Checklist
  • Outcome Measures
  • Descriptive Summary of Students Served
  • Success on Behavior Change, Plans
  • Check In/Check Out Data

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School Level Universal/Tier 1 Literacy
  • Readiness/Fidelity Measures
  • Literacy Universal Team Checklist (LUnTCh)
  • Collaborative team checklist
  • PET-R
  • Outcome Measures
  • Universal screening (e.g., Dibels or Aimsweb)
  • NECAP proficiency ratings

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School Level Secondary/Tier 2 Literacy
  • Readiness/Fidelity Measures
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • Literacy Tier 2 Checklist
  • Outcome Measures
  • students receiving Tier 2 who are returned from
    Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Increase in the students receiving Tier 2 who
    meet NECAP proficiency

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School Level Tertiary/Tier 3 Literacy
  • Readiness/Fidelity Measures
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • Literacy Tier 3 Checklist
  • Outcome Measures
  • Increase in the students receiving Tier 3 who
    are returned from Tier 3 to Tier 2 or Tier 1

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Early Childhood Program Data
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • Pre-SET
  • Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)
  • ELLCO

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Secondary Transition Data
  • Schoolwide Evaluation Tool (SET) for K-12 
  • Effective Behavior Support Survey (EBS)
  • Collaborative Team Checklist
  • RENEW Integrity Tool
  • The Student Progress Tracker

34
PD Participant Survey Data
  • All school teams surveyed annually keyed to NH
    RESPONDS Blueprint
  • End of statewide training events
  • End of workshop events

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Some Results to Date
  • 2009
  • PD Activities 201
  • SAU PD 45
  • ECE PD 7
  • Sec. Trans. PD 11
  • 2010
  • PD Activities 480
  • SAU PD 68
  • ECE PD 39
  • Sec. Trans. 53

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Continuation Report Measures
  • 81 of all PD is considered sustained practice
    vs. one-shot PD
  • RESPONDS is monitoring alignment with targeted
    SPP indicators
  • Competencies were developed validated by
    experts
  • Approximately 50 60 of SAU personnel report
    they are more knowledgeable skilled in RtI
    (target 80)

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Continuation Report Measures
  • Approximately 52 of school personnel report they
    are more knowledgeable skilled in RtI (target
    80)
  • 80 of personnel attending statewide training
    report it is high quality, relevant useful
    (target 80)
  • 69 of personnel attending statewide training
    report increased knowledge of RtI (target 80)

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For your reading pleasure
  • The complete 2010 Continuation Report is
    available on the NH RESPONDS website
  • http//www.education.nh.gov/nhresponds/fed_rpts
    .htm

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Grant Activities for Next Year
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NH RESPONDS Activities for Next Year
  • Demonstration Sites
  • Continue implementation and blending of literacy,
    behavior and secondary transition in the RTI
    framework with demonstration sites
  • Provide 2 day Leadership Institute to
    Demonstration Sites SAU Leadership Teams
  • Provide family engagement training and strategies
    to increase 2 way communication
  • Determine how NH RESPONDS competencies can be
    incorporated into Demonstration sites job
    descriptions and hiring practices

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NH RESPONDS Activities for Next Year Continued
  • Preservice Training
  • Review competencies feedback from experts and
    make any adjustments to competencies prior to
    final dissemination
  • Continue work with 4 IHEs in incorporating RTI
    into their teacher preparation programs
  • Plymouth State University, University of New
    Hampshire, Keene State College, and Rivier
    College
  • Share NH RESPONDS competencies and IHE grant work
    with NH Standards and certification boards for
    possible incorporation and/or alignment with NH
    certification requirements

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NH RESPONDS Activities for Next Year Continued
  • Statewide Trainings to be provided
  • 2 part RTI Tier 3 statewide training
  • 4-Part Secondary Transition Series training
  • ECE regional trainings
  • RENEW trainings

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NH RESPONDS Activities for Next Year Continued
  • Continued Collaboration with NH RTI Task Force
    and NH Transition COP
  • Continued promotion of Family Resource Connection
    and the free resources available to educators,
    families and public
  • Development dissemination of NHRESPONDS
    strategies and tools
  • User-friendly family materials

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NH RESPONDS Staff
  • NH Dept of Education
  • Santina Thibedeau, Project Dir.
  • Amy Jenks, Grant Coordinator 271-3842,
    ajenks_at_ed.state.nh.us
  • Carol Angowski, Program Specialist II
  • NH CEBIS
  • Howard Muscott, PBIS hmuscott_at_seresc.net
  • Eric Mann, PBIS emann_at_seresc.net
  • Tina Pomerleau, ECE PBIS tina_at_seresc.net
  • Elaine McNulty, Literacy
  • Parent Information Center
  • Michelle Lewis, Parent Engagement,
    mlewis_at_picnh.org
  • Institute on Disabilty - UNH
  • JoAnne Malloy HS and Secondary Transition
    JoAnne.Malloy_at_unh.edu
  • Michael McSheehan, Literacy Michael.McSheehan_at_unh.
    edu
  • Leigh Rohde, ECE Literacy Leigh.Rohde_at_unh.edu
  • Evergreen Educational
  • Consulting (Evaluators)
  • Pat Mueller and David Merves, eec_at_gmavt.net
  • Family Resource Connections
  • Nancy Cristiano, http//www.nh.gov/nhsl/frc/

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