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Title: Ideas to Engage Students as Members of Your Middle or High School RTI Intervention Team Jim Wright www.interventioncentral.org


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Ideas to Engage Students as Members of Your
Middle or High School RTI Intervention TeamJim
Wrightwww.interventioncentral.org
2
RTI Intervention Planning Implementation A
Sampling of Responsibilities
  • Collect background/baseline data
  • From instructional staff
  • From the archival database (cumulative folder,
    etc.)
  • Communicate with parents
  • Communicate with student (and train in steps of
    meeting participation)
  • Carry out elements of intervention plan
  • Write up meeting minutes (intervention plan)
  • Verify that intervention actually happened as
    designed
  • Collect progress-monitoring data
  • Share information with administration about
    intervention team referrals and building case
    load

3
Intervention Responsibilities Examples at
Teacher, School-Wide, and Student Levels
Teacher
Student
School-Wide
  • Lab services (math, reading, etc.)
  • Remedial course
  • Homework club
  • Providing additional instruction to students
    during selected free periods
  • Take agenda to teacher to be reviewed and signed
  • Self-monitor and chart their organizational
    skills (e.g., bringing work materials to class)
  • Seeking help from teachers during free periods
  • Signed agenda
  • Attention prompts
  • Peer-Guided Pause

4
Promoting Student Involvement in Secondary School
RTI Intervention Team Meetings
  • Train students in self-advocacy skills to
    participate at intervention team meetings (can be
    informal e.g., conversation with Guidance
    Counselor)
  • Provide the student with different options to
    communicate needs, e.g.,
  • Learning needs questionnaire
  • Personal interview prior to meeting
  • Advocate at meeting to support student
  • Ensure student motivation to take part in the
    intervention plan (e.g., having student sign
    Intervention Contract)

5
When Interventions Require Student
Participation...
  • Write up a simple Intervention Contract that
    spells out
  • What the students responsibilities are in the
    intervention plan
  • A listing of the educators connected to parts of
    the intervention plan that require student
    participation--and their responsibilities
  • A contact person whom the student can approach
    with questions about the contract
  • Have the student sign the Intervention Contract
  • Provide a copy of the Intervention Contract to
    the student and parents
  • Train the student to ensure that he or she is
    capable of carrying out all assigned steps or
    elements in the intervention plan

6
Sample Student Intervention Contract
7
If the Student Appears Unwilling to Follow
Through With the Plan
  • Verify that the student has the necessary skills
    to complete all steps or elements of the
    intervention plan without difficulty.
  • Check that all adults who have a support role in
    the students personal intervention plan are
    carrying out their responsibilities consistently
    and correctly.
  • Hold an Exit conference with the
    student--either with the entire RTI Intervention
    Team or with the students adult contact. It is
    recommended that the students parent be at this
    meeting.
  • At the Exit meeting
  • Review all elements of the plan with the student.
  • Share the evidence with the student that he or
    she appears able to implement every part of the
    personal intervention plan.
  • Tell the student that he or she is in controland
    that the intervention cannot be successful unless
    the student decides to support it.
  • Tell the student that his or her intervention
    case is closed but that the student can restart
    the plan at any time by contacting the adult
    contact.
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