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Title: Response to Intervention


1
Response to Intervention
Middle School Madness
2
To every complex problem, there is a simple
solution
  • that doesnt work.
  • Mark Twain

3
Overview of Presentation
  • RTI 101- Our Interpretation and Application as it
    applies to attendance
  • RTI- As It applies to Reading
  • Instruction
  • Curriculum
  • Time and Intensity
  • Question and Answer Session

4
Response to Intervention The Problem Solving
Model
  • RTI is the practice of providing high-quality
    instruction and/or intervention matched to
    student needs and using learning rate over time
    and level of performance to make important
    educational decisions
  • (National Association of State Directors of
    Special Education Inc, 2005)
  • Problem Solving Model- The process by which
    decisions are made within an RTI framework

5
Part 1What RTI Means To Us
  • General Education Construct
  • Systems Building Philosophy
  • Preventative not Reactive
  • Scientifically-Based Instruction/Interventions
  • Data Driven
  • Tiered Approach to Instruction

6
General Education ConstructEvery Child
Belongs to Each of Us
  • Focus on Tier I
  • Provide Professional Development Opportunities
  • Use Research-Based Core Curriculum
  • Emphasize Differentiated Instruction
  • Implement Universal Screening

7
Core Academic and Behavioral Program Universal
Screening and Results
  • Assess success of instructional program
  • Percent of students at or above benchmarks
  • If necessary, examine curriculum, instruction, or
    both
  • Identify students below benchmarks
  • Interventions within general education classroom
  • Assess progress and consider need for more
    intensive interventions at Tier II
  • (Reschly, 2008)

8
Systems Building Philosophy
  • Problem Solving at Multiple Levels
  • System
  • School
  • Classroom
  • Individual Student Level
  • RTI Team as a Professional Learning Community
  • Meeting Protocol
  • Team Member Roles
  • Data
  • Research
  • Dissemination

9
Identify Problem
Collect Data
Research Problem
What Happened?
Problem-Solving Process
Formulate Plan
Assess Fidelity
Collect Data
Initiate Intervention
10
RTI Meeting- 3/11/2008
  • Where are we? (10 min)
  • Tier I- how do we strengthen our Tier I level
  • Positive referrals- weekly perfect attendance
  • Incentive program- Ask ASB
  • Let Them Eat Cake- monthly perfect attendance
  • Other Ideas?
  • What does the data suggest? (5 min)
  • 186 seventh and eighth grade students with
    perfect attendance in the month of December.
  • What did we learn from research? (10 min)
  • Gwen- Does peer group identity influence
    absenteeism in High School Students?
  • Chris-
  • What might it look like? (5 min)
  • Mary- Tier II intervention possibility interview
    our students with 10 or more absences to
    determine the reason behind the absence.
  • Plan for next week
  • Two volunteers to report back on attendance
    research

11
Data Driven
  • 93 eighth, 98 seventh and 103 sixth graders had
    over ten absences as of Jan.1
  • Data from the month of November before/after
    holiday and Friday
  • 186 7th and 8th grade students had perfect
    attendance in the month of December

12
Scientifically-Based Instruction/Intervention
13
Preventative
  • District-Wide Adoption and Implementation of RTI
  • Deliberate Transitions
  • Elementary to Middle
  • Middle to High School
  • Early Intervention
  • Flexible Grouping
  • Targeted Interventions

14
Tiered Approach
  • All
  • Some
  • Few

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Part IIReading
  • Universal Screeners
  • Diagnostic Assessments
  • Targeted Instruction
  • Tier I
  • Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Progress Monitoring

17
Reading Where we are and where we are going
Table from OSPI
18
Reading Trends 6-8th grade NCLB AYP 2008
Requirement
19
Assessment
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Information
    Regarding Student Status

20
Assessment
  • Screening
  • Diagnostic
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Formative
  • Summative

21
Universal ScreeningThree times per year
  • Oral Reading Fluency
  • MAZE
  • Spelling
  • Vocabulary

22
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23
Diagnostic Assessment
  • CTOPP
  • TWS-4
  • WRM
  • TOWL-3

24
Instruction
  • How we do what we do

25
Professional Development
  • In-service Training
  • Walk-About-Talk-About
  • Administrative Walk through
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Assessment Coaches

26
Common Lesson Design
  • STAR Protocol
  • Lesson Plan Template
  • Daily Learning Targets
  • Bell to Bell Instruction
  • Aligned Curriculum
  • Common Assessments
  • Standards-Based Report Card
  • Student Learning Plans (SLP)

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Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Mountain View Middle School 6th Grade Schedule 2007/2008 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
LUNCH A LUNCH B
755- 840 845 930 935 1020 1025 1110 1110-1150 1150-1230 1230 - 115 120- 205 210 235
James LAR/ SS Band LAR SS Fitness Lunch Academic Enhancements LAR SS
James LAR/ SS Reading Academy LAR SS Fitness Lunch Academic Enhancements LAR SS
Smith MATH/ SCI Choir CMP SCI Fitness Lunch Academic Enhancements CMP SCI
Smith MATH/ SCI Orchestra CMP SCI Fitness Lunch Academic Enhancements CMP SCI
Smith MATH/ SCI Math Academy CMP SCI Band Lunch Academic Enhancements CMP SCI
28
7th and 8th Grade Schedule
Intervention 1st Period 2nd Period 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period 6th Period 7th Period Connections
Wilson Yes Yes Yes Double Dose Yes Double Dose
Phonics Blitz Yes Yes Yes
Rewards Yes Yes Yes
Rewards Plus Yes Yes
Jamestown Navigator Yes Yes Yes
29
Curriculum
30
Tier I- Alln1,060
  • New Curriculum- Springboard, College Board
  • High expectations for all students
  • Strengthen students problem-solving, critical
    thinking, and reasoning skills
  • Interactive, student-centered units of
    instruction
  • Standard
  • Interpret and Analyze the Communication Context
  • Interpret and Analyze Text Elements and
    Structures
  • Reflect and Direct Processes for Constructing
    Meaning
  • Extra Learning Opportunities Available
  • Before School Tutoring
  • After School Intervention Program
  • Lunch Work Completion

31
Tier II- Somen194
  • New Curriculum- Springboard
  • Extra Learning Opportunities Available
  • Core plus More
  • Targeted Reading Intervention- Explicit
    Instruction
  • Phonics Blitz
  • Rewards
  • Rewards Plus
  • Jamestown Navigator
  • Vocabulary Through Morphemes
  • Essentials In Vocabulary
  • Elective Replacement

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Tier III- Fewn55
  • New Curriculum- Springboard
  • Extra Learning Opportunities Available
  • Core plus More
  • Targeted Reading Intervention
  • Wilson
  • Smaller class size
  • Longer intervention
  • Elective Replacement

34
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35
Tier III- Fewer Still n7
  • Extra Learning Opportunities Available
  • Targeted Reading Intervention x 2
  • Core Replacement and Elective Replacement

36
Time and Intensity
37
Progress Monitoring
  • Curriculum Based Measurements
  • Program Monitoring
  • Holistic View of Struggling Students

38
Curriculum Based Assessments
  • Tier II
  • MAZE
  • Weekly
  • Correct over Errors
  • Tier III
  • Oral Reading Fluency
  • Weekly
  • Correct over Errors

39
Optimal Gain Aimline to reach benchmark
Not Responding Well- Change Necessary
Realistic Gain Aimline represents 1 word
per minute gain per week
Maria struggling eighth grade student
40
Excellent Response to Intervention
125 wcpm
What happened here?
60
Kaleel- Struggling Reader
41
Program Monitoring
  • Embedded Assessments from Curriculum
  • Monitoring of Skill Acquisition
  • Progress and Pacing

42
Holistic View of Student Achievement
  • Curriculum Based Assessment
  • Program Assessment
  • High Stake Testing
  • Attendance
  • At Risk Status- Failing Classes
  • Referrals

43
Holistic Evaluation Reveals Attendance Problem
Sasha- Struggling Reader
44
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RTI Principles Applied to Eligibility
Determination and Improving Special Education
Services
  • Prerequisites to using RTI for Determination
    Eligibility
  • Effective general education core program in
    behavior and academics
  • Effective Tier II interventions in behavior and
    academics
  • Adoption of eligibility determination procedures
    that are legal, connect general to special
    education, and establish the conditions for an
    effective special education program
  • (2008, Reschly, D.)

46
In a Nut Shell
  • General Education
  • Systems
  • Preventative
  • Scientifically-Based
  • Data
  • Multiple Tiers

47
Acknowledgement of our Collaborative Partners
  • OSPI- Lorraine Wojahn Dyslexia Pilot Reading
    Program
  • Wayne Callender
  • Jefferey Sprague
  • Anita Archer
  • Other School Districts- Shelton, Hoquiam, Pioneer

48
Questions ?
  • Thank You
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