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Willa M. Campbell, PhD Educational Access Solutions. RTI: Backwards Implementation. ACADEMIC BEHAVIOR Core Curriculum Behavior plan Assessments Interventions Instruction Incentives Support systems Consequences. THE BASICS OF RTI. RTI: Integrated model.

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Willa M. Campbell, PhD

Educational Access Solutions

RTI: Backwards Implementation


ACADEMICBEHAVIOR

Core Curriculum Behavior plan

Assessments Interventions

Instruction Incentives

Support systems Consequences

Educational Access Solutions, 2011

THE BASICS OF RTI


Educational Access Solutions, 2011

RTI: Integrated model

PRACTICE

DATA

SYSTEMS


Tier Three - Intensive instruction and intervention. Small group or one-on-one instruction.  Provided IN ADDITION TO core instruction.

Tier Two - Strategic instruction and intervention. Targets a skill deficit within a specified timeline.  Provided IN ADDITION TO core instruction.

10-15% of students.

Tier One - Core instruction all students receive. Intended to advance students academically and behaviorally.  

80-90% of students.

Educational Access Solutions, 2011

Adapted from RTI Action Network, 2011


Educational Access Solutions, 2011

Rti: backwards implementation - aNALYSIS

  • SMALL GROUP ANALYSIS

  • Independently review the school-based triangles with the rubric, looking for:

    • Elements of sustainability

    • Common threads across schools

    • Evidence of equitable discipline

    • Missing components

  • As a group, discuss and summarize your findings on the chart pack and report out.

  • TASKS

  • Independently review the school-based triangles with the rubric, looking for:

    • Elements of sustainability

    • Common threads across schools

    • Missing components

  • As a group, summarize your findings on the chart pack and report out.


Educational Access Solutions, 2011

Rti: backwards implementation - SYNTHESIS

  • TABLE DISCUSSION

  • How does your analysis of the school-based RTI triangles support the sustainability of behavior support at the school level? If you don’t see adequate support, what do you recommend?

  • As a group, summarize your findings on the chart pack and report out.


www.rtinetwork.org

Educational Access Solutions, 2011

Rti: The integration Challenge

  • BEHAVIOR RTI

  • Schoolwide climate

  • evaluation

  • Apply universal supports

  • Identify students who do

  • not respond

  • ACADEMIC RTI

  • Individual screening for

  • skill deficits

  • Individual data drive

  • universal interventions


Educational Access Solutions, 2011

Rti: backwards implementation


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