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Title: Leadership


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RTI Data Basics Facilitators John Donegan,
Larry Hunt and Neal Capone District Data
Coordinator CNYRIC RTI Support
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Objectives
  • Reviewing key ideas of RTI
  • RTI Data Management

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The RTI Team that tries to accurately pinpoint
the reasons why a student is struggling in school
and to design an effective intervention plan
without good data is like the pilot who tries to
fly across an unknown continent without
navigation instruments RTI Toolkit A
Practical Guide for Schools Jim Wright
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Definition
RTI is the practice of providing high quality
instruction and/or intervention matched to
student needs and monitoring progress on a
frequent basis by examining learning rate over
time and level of performance to inform
educational decisions.
NASDSE, 2005
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NYS Commissioners Regulations
Authorizes the use of RTI in the State's criteria
to determine learning disabilities (LD) and
requires, effective July 1, 2012, that all school
districts have an RTI program in place as part of
the process to determine if a student in grades
K-4 is a student with a learning disability in
the area of reading
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What RTI IS
  • A way to provide tailored effective instruction
    to students at risk of falling behind
  • A way to provide instructional feedback to the
    teacher so that classroom (Tier I) instruction
    continuously improves so that fewer students need
    interventions

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What RTI Is NOT
  • A way to move At Risk students out of the
    classroom into intervention programs
  • AIS

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Key Features
  • High quality, research-based instruction
  • Universal screening for all students and progress
    monitoring for at-risk students
  • Data-based decision-making
  • Multi-tiered intervention model

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  • General education classroom
  • 90-120 minutes of daily ELA instruction
  • Scientifically-based core instruction in basic
    academic skills
  • Should meet needs of 80 of students
  • Universal screening 3x per year
  • Progress monitor between benchmarks for those
    students who fall below the cut point (varied
    frequency)

Scientifically-based, High Quality, Core
Instruction
TIER 1
TIER 1
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  • Students who have not responded to core
    instruction
  • Small group instruction usually in the classroom
    by the classroom teacher (13 15)
  • 20-30 minutes, 3-4 times per week

Core Instruction Supplemental Instruction
TIER 2
  • Instruction is matched to individual student
    needs
  • Progress monitoring generally more frequent
    than Tier I
  • Examine level and rate of performance
  • 10-15 of students

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Core instruction intensive, customized
intervention
TIER 3
  • Students who have not adequately responded to
    core instruction or Tier 2
  • Small group customized instruction (13) or
    (11)
  • 45-60 minutes per day
  • Weekly progress monitoring

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RTI in your school
Special Education
Tier 3 Intervention
Tier 2 Intervention
General Education Core Instruction
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Having an RTI Attitude
  • Every student can improve
  • Every teacher can improve
  • Every administrator can improve
  • Every parent can improve

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Example of One Districts Decision on How to
Manage Their Data
  • All students must be benchmarked at grade level
  • Students being successful (3 consecutive data
    points above the aim line) must be discontinued
  • Progress Monitoring scores must be turned in on a
    weekly basis
  • Tier 2 and 3 interventions must be given a
    minimum of 8 weeks to measure effectiveness

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Examples of Assessment Packages
  • DIBELS
  • Fountas and Pinnell
  • Homegrown CBM
  • AimsWeb
  • AutoSkills
  • Specifically Designed Supplemental Tests
  • DRA
  • Other

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What is an Indicator?
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Curriculum-Based Measurement Things to Remember
About CBM
  • Reliable and valid indicator of student
    achievement
  • Research Based Almost 30 years of research has
    produced consistent and meaningful evidence of
    its utility as a valid progress monitoring tool
  • Simple, efficient, and of short duration to
    facilitate frequent administration
  • Provides assessment information that helps
    teachers plan better instruction
  • Sensitive to the improvement of students
    achievement over time
  • Designed to serve as indicators of general
    basic skills achievement CBM probes dont
    measure everything, but measure the important
    things
  • Measures General Curriculum - Curriculum
    Independent

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RTI Tools Chart
  • RTI Tools Chart - CNYRIC website ? Data
    Warehouse and Testing ? RTI Home ? Documents and
    Resources

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Where Does this Data Go?
  • Data and Assessment Advanced Session

Where are we going?
Mechanics of Storing and Managing Data
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RTI Management Tools
Manage Student Scores Manage Intervention Plans Assess Intervene
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RTI Management Tools
Manage Student Scores Manage Intervention Plans Assess Intervene
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AIMSweb systems include
  • Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) testing
    materials
  • Web-based Progress Monitoring and RTI software

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CBM testing materials developed for AIMSweb
include
  • Test of Early Literacy (K-1)
  • Letter Naming Fluency
  • Letter sound fluency
  • Phonemic Segmentation Fluency
  • Nonsense Word Fluency
  • Test of Early Numeracy (K-1)
  • Oral Counting
  • Number identification
  • Quantity discrimination
  • Missing number
  • Reading-CBM (K-8) Oral Reading (English and
    Spanish)
  • Maze-CBM (1-8) Reading comprehension
  • Math-CBM (1-8) Computation/Facts
  • Spelling-CBM (1-8)
  • Written Expression-CBM (1-8)
  • MIDE-CBM (K-1) Spanish Early Literacy
  • Quick, Simple Measures
  • 1-4 minutes to complete!

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Curriculum-Based Measurement How is CBM
administered?
  • AIMSweb CBM testing is administered
    electronically
  • Measures 1-4 minutes to complete
  • Testing is done individually or in groups,
    depending on the measure
  • Scores are entered or uploaded into the AIMSweb
    Progress Monitoring and RTI Data system

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DIBELS Compatible
  • In addition to the included AIMSweb measures,
    AIMSweb supports data management, charting and
    reporting of DIBELS brand measures
  • Customers may use DIBELS measures, AIMSweb
    measures, or any combination of both

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Reporting Hierarchy
  • AIMSweb provides different reporting levels for
    different users
  • Customer/State
  • District Administrator
  • Building Administrator
  • Classroom Teacher
  • Progress Monitor Teacher
  • RTI user
  • Parent user

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Tier 1 Benchmark Student Report Spring
Benchmark Scores
  • Data to Know that Changes Made a Difference

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Tier 1 Benchmark Prediction for Success on State
Testing
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Tier 1 Benchmark Class Report Scores by Period
and Service Code
  • Identifies Students At Risk for Not Passing Your
    States High Stake Test and Those on Trajectory
    to Pass

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Tier 1 Benchmark - Class Report Score and
Percentile Table
  • Rank Orders Students by Performance
  • Color-Codes Individual Educational Needs
  • Provides Instructional Decisions to Think About

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Tier 1 Benchmark - Grade Report Average Score by
School Year
  • Allows Evaluation of Year-to-Year Improvement

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Tier 1 Benchmark - District Report Compare Schools
  • Allows Comparison of Scores School by School

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Tier 1 Benchmark - District Report Compare
Schools by Specific Grade
  • Allows Comparison of Scores School by School by
    Specific Grades

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Tier 1 Benchmark - District Report Yearly
Improvement
  • Evaluate District Improvement Across Years

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Tier 1 Benchmark - District Report Scores by Risk
Category
  • NCLB Risk Category Reporting
  • Service Code
  • ELL/ESL
  • Meal Status
  • Ethnicity

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Tier 2 Strategic Monitor Individual Student Report
  • Allows for More Frequent Evaluation of Progress
    for Both Individual Students and Programs
    Designated to Impact Achievement for Those At Risk

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Student Report
  • Once Data are Entered, a Graph is Updated
    Automatically, with
  • Trend Line
  • Calculation of Rate of Progress
  • Interpretation of Progress

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Student Report
  • Necessary Revisions are Identified and Documented
    Graphically

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Student Report
  • Revisions can be evaluated to determine response

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Student Report
  • And Revised as Necessary!!

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Student Report
  • Successful Revision and Adequate Progress
    Documented

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Tier 3 Progress Monitor Assessment Schedule
Completed
  • Report Includes
  • Progress Graph
  • Goal Statement
  • Score Table
  • Revision Notes

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RTI Management Tools
Manage Student Scores Manage Intervention Plans Assess Intervene
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RTIm n n    
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AutoSkill n n n n
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Questions?
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Contact Information
  • Our Email addresses
  • John Donegan jdonegan_at_cnyric.org
  • Larry Hunt lhunt_at_cnyric.org
  • Terry Ward tward_at_cnyric.org
  • Neal Capone ncapone_at_cnyric.org
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