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Title: Math RtI Overview Readiness Screeners


1
Math RtI Overview Readiness Screeners
2
What do Researchers Say?
  • Students struggling with mathematics may benefit
    from early interventions aimed at improving their
    mathematics ability and ultimately preventing
    subsequent failure.

3
Why Readiness Screeners?
  • If approximately 85 of all children successfully
    meet each grade level benchmark.
  • Then, approximately 15 of the students begin the
    next grade level with learning gaps.

Tier 3 3-5
Tier 2 10-15
Tier 1 85
4
Program Mission
  • To identify and respond to
  • individual learning gaps
  • so that all children come to class ready to
    learn.

5
Program Resources
6
Program Validation
  • Screen all students
  • Focus on whole numbers and fractions
  • Monitor Progress
  • Include motivational strategies in tier 2 and
    tier 3 interventions
  • Note A group activity is provided.

IES Practice Guide, 2009
7
Focused Benchmarks
IES Practice Guide Recommendation 2, 2009
8
Screener Purposes
See PG 7
9
Aligned to MI GLCEs
Individual Handout
10
Current Research Data Initiative
  • What are the effects of the Delta Math RtI
    program on student achievement as defined by
    mathematics scores on the State (MEAP)
    assessment?

11
Team Time Focused Discussion
  • Read the DELTA MATH grade level benchmarks that
    are appropriate to your classroom or building.
  • How would Tier 1 instruction be effected if all
    students were performing at benchmark?

12
What resources are provided to support screening
students?
13
Screener Resources
14
How will you screen students?
15
Program Guide 5
  • Why?
  • To understand the screening process at each grade
    level.
  • How?
  • Start the screener with Part 1 Computational
    Worksheets in your classroom and complete the
    screener with the Part 2 web-based portion in
    the computer lab.

Individual Handout
16
Program Guide 5 Step 1
  • Follow the Script to ensure reliability of the
    screener data.
  • Provides time approximations
    for scheduling sessions.
  • Also provides explicit direction for screener
    administration.
  • What to say
  • What to doincludes wait time!

17
Program Guide 5 Step 2
  • Administer and collect the Part 1 -
    Computational Worksheets.
  • (1st Grade does not have this component.)
  • Provides a safe and familiar
    environment for all of the
    computational problems.
  • Also serves as written documentation.

18
Program Guide 5 Step 3
  • 2nd and 4th grade teachers correct the timed
    facts portion and record the number correct at
    the bottom of the page.
  • Grade 2
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Benchmark is 10 Correct in 1 min.
  • Grade 4
  • Multiplication and Division
  • Benchmark is 10 Correct in 30 sec.

19
Program Guide 5 Step 4
  • Student answers new web-based questions for Part
    2 online
  • Teachers read each problem from the grade level
    script.

20
Program Guide 5 Step 5
  • Teachers hand back the completed Part 1 for
    students to transfer their answers.

21
Program Guide 5 Step 6
  • Students Submit their data for instant analysis.

22
How will you prepare screening resources?
23
Program Guide 8
  • Why?
  • The team leader needs to ensure that all
    materials necessary for screening students are
    printed and distributed to appropriate staff
    members.
  • How?
  • Find and print the screening resources from the
    support website.
  • Script for each teacher
  • Classroom Computation Part 1 for each student.

Individual Handout
24
Program Guide 8 Demo
  • Please watch as we go live. You will have a
    chance to explore on your computer very soon!

25
Team Time Focused Exploration
  • Explore a Winter Grade Level Script and Classroom
    Computation - Part 1 using the Team Exploration
    worksheet in your handouts.

Individual Handout
26
How will you prepare students for web-based
screening?
27
Practice Screener Demo
  • Find an alter ego
  • Open http//rti.oaisd.org/rtidemo
  • Listen for the step-by-step directions provided
    by the script.
  • Suggested models
  • Demo vs. Whole Group
  • Note During the afternoon breakout session,
    your team leader and administrator will discuss
    options for access each screener .
  • (Go live to the website)

28
Team Time Focused Discussion
  • When will your implementation team explore the
    practice screener with your staff?

29
What do the assessment questions look like?
30
Team Time Focused Exploration
  • Use Program Guide 11 and the Password Summary to
    login as your alter ego and explore at least one
    Winter Grade Level Screener.
  • Grade Level Scripts are necessary to support the
    1st and 2nd grade Winter screeners. (All scripts
    are provided in team handout.)
  • Go live to demonstrate logging into a different
    grade level. http//rti.oaisd.org/rtidemo

Individual Handouts
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