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Title: Response to Intervention (RtI)


1
Response to Intervention (RtI)
  • Math Alliance
  • July 12, 2011

2
WALT
  • Understand how RtI is being conceptualized in
    Wisconsin
  • Understand the IES Practice Guide recommendations
    for RtI in mathematics at the elementary and
    middle school
  • Analyze promises and challenges of RtI

3
We will be successful when we can
  • Identify the characteristics of RtI
  • Make connections between the IES Practice Guide
    recommendations and what we are learning in
    Alliance

4
What comes to Mind?
5
What is RtI?
  • A process for achieving higher levels of academic
    and behavioral success for all students through
    high quality instruction, continuous review of
    student progress, and collaboration.
  • Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

6
Wisconsin Model of RtIWisconsin Response to
Intervention A Guiding Document
7
Multi-level System of Support
  • Identify students at risk or those needing
    challenges
  • Intervene or challenge
  • Monitor progress
  • Make adjustments in the interventions or
    challenges
  • WI Response to Intervention A Guiding Document

8
WI RtI Roadmap for Academic and Behavioral Success
9
Culturally Responsive Practices
  • Account for and adapt to the broad diversity of
    race, language and culture in WI
  • Monitor who is successful with and without
    interventions/challenges and which are more
    successful with various groups
  • WI Response to Intervention A Guiding Document

10
High Quality Instruction
  • Differentiated
  • Aligned with Common Core State Standards
  • All students
  • Interventions and additional challenges for those
    who need them
  • WI Response to Intervention A Guiding Document

11
Balanced Assessment
  • More than one piece of data to make decisions
  • Universal screening- likelihood to meet
    benchmarks
  • Progress monitoring
  • Responsiveness (instruction and interventions)
  • Effectiveness
  • Formal or informal
  • WI Response to Intervention A Guiding Document

12
Collaboration
  • Educators, families and communities

13
RtI as Tiers
14
note where Special Education is
15
Note where Special Education is
16
Some local decisions
  • Number of levels in the multi-level system
  • Core curriculum and instructional practices
  • Screening and progress monitoring processes
  • Decision criteria for determining levels of
    support
  • Interventions and additional challenges
  • Collaborative structures

17
Milwaukee Public Schools
Tier 1 (80) Tier 2 interventions (15) Tier 3 interventions (5)
Core Curriculum Research-based PBIS Differentiated Summative, formative, benchmark assessments Academic and social/emotional In addition to Tier 1 Short term Progress monitored and graphed Specialized Academic and social/emotional Interventions or Replacement curriculum or Additional curriculum Progress monitored frequently and graphed
18
Milwaukee Public Schools
19
Principles for the successful implementation of
RtIin Wisconsin (selected)
  • RtI is for ALL children and ALL educators.
  • RtI is something you do and not necessarily
    something you buy.
  • RtI emerges from and supports research and
    evidence based practice.

20
What are the promises of RtI?
21
Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) Practice
GuideU.S. Department of Education
  • Recommendations so that the number of children
    who struggle in mathematics can be reduced by
    using RtI
  • Developed by professionals from math and special
    education
  • Reviewed evidence from studies of low-performing
    students and those with specific learning
    disabilities
  • Identify whether evidence is high, moderate or low

22
Eight Recommendations for RtI Intervention for
Elementary and Middle Schools
  • Each recommendation has
  • Level of evidence
  • Summary of evidence
  • How to carry out the recommendation
  • Potential roadblocks and solutions

23
For your recommendation
  • Read the section on your recommendation (Skim or
    skip the summary of evidence)
  • As a group, clarify the recommendation, how the
    panel suggested it be carried out, and the
    potential roadblocks and solutions
  • Add roadblocks (and possible solutions) if you
    see them
  • Make connections to Alliance
  • React

24
At your tables, create a poster
Recommendation 1 Recommendation 1
IMPORTANT POINTS POTENTIAL ROADBLOCKS AND SOLUTIONS (add your own) CONNECTIONS TO CLASS
IMPORTANT POINTS POTENTIAL ROADBLOCKS AND SOLUTIONS (add your own)

25
Visit each poster
  • Take notes on the recommendations and connections
    to Alliance
  • Take notes on any other connections you see
  • React - and think about what is behind your
    reaction

26
And now for the challengesAt your table,
discuss and be ready to share .
  • Challenges of implementing RtI
  • Challenges of implementing RtI in math

27
Resources
  • The Wisconsin RtI Center
  • www.wisconsinrticenter.org
  • The Wisconsin RtI Roadmap
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/rti/pdf/rti-roadmap.pdf
  • IES Practice Guide (Assisting students struggling
    with mathematics Response to Intervention (RtI)
    for elementary and middle schools
  • http//ies.ed.gov./ncee/wwc/publications/practiceg
    uides/
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