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# Kentucky System of Interventions Student Intervention Plans PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Kentucky System of Interventions Student Intervention Plans. Student Intervention Team. Purpose Team Members Function of Team. Be Data-Driven!. Home life Behavior Previous academic performance Identifiers Gifted & Talented Special Education English Language Learner

Kentucky System of Interventions Student Intervention Plans

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## Kentucky System of InterventionsStudent Intervention Plans

### Student Intervention Team

• Purpose

• Team Members

• Function of Team

### Be Data-Driven!

• Home life

• Behavior

• Identifiers

• Special Education

• English Language Learner

• Race, gender, or ethnicity

• Previous school attended

### Student Planning

• Evaluate the universal screener and/or diagnostic assessment data for each student

• Generate a list of the skills/concepts that the student has not mastered

• Consider and possibly remove tier 1 issues

### Individual Math Student

• Number/Computation: Proficient (3/6)

• Rate/Ratio/Proportion

• Algebraic Thinking: Novice (3/11)

• Solve equations/inequalities

• Changing parameters of graphs

• Polynomial expressions

• Identify functions

• Simple algebraic expressions

• 2 Var. Equations/Inequalities

• Properties/Evaluating Functions

• Probability/Statistics: Apprentice (2/5)

• Probability

• Sampling techniques

• Curve fitting

• Geometry/Measurement: Novice (3/10)

• Right triangle

• Properties of triangles

• Congruence/similarity

• Dimensions/relationships

- Spatial relationships

• Transformations

### Data Analysis Activity

• Prioritize the areas of weakness

• Algebraic Thinking

• Identifying function families

• Graphing a function based on the equation

• Geometry/Measurement

• Properties of triangles

• Probability/Statistics

• Sampling techniques

• Curve fitting

• Based on the data, what skills/concepts do you want the student to achieve during the intervention sessions?

• Consider the distance between where the student is currently performing and the goal (gap to goal)

• Consider and possibly remove tier 1 issues

• Consider multiple increments

• Based on that information, what would be a reasonable timeframe for this child to achieve the skills/concepts?

• Note: instructional sessions

• ### 4 Characteristics of a well-written Goal

• Meaningful

• Measureable

• Able to be Monitored

• Useful in Making instructional decisions

### SMART Goals

• Specific

• Measurable

• Achievable

• Realistic

• Time Framed

### Goal vs. Objective

• Long –term goal: system for measuring the student’s progress toward long-range expectations

• Short-term objective: logical breakdown of the major components of the long-term goal and they measure progress toward meeting the long-term goal

### Progress Monitoring

• Long-term goals and short-term objectives should be monitored frequently and repeatedly

• Develop a progress monitoring timeline

• Provide Descriptive Feedback to the student

• Template provided

### Resources

• Kentucky System of Interventions (KSI) http://www.education.ky.gov/KDE/Instructional+Resources/Kentucky+System+of+Interventions/

• Academic & Behavioral Response to Intervention (ABRI) http://louisville.edu/education/srp/abri

• National RtI Center http://www.rti4success.org/

• Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline (KYCID) http://www.kycid.org/

• IRIS Center http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/

• Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching & Learning (CHETL) http://www.education.ky.gov/KDE/Instructional+Resources/Highly+Effective+Teaching+and+Learning/HETL+Common+Characteristics.tm

• What Works Clearinghouse http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/publications/practiceguides/

• Johnston, P. H. (2010). RTI in literacy responsive and comprehensive. International Reading Association.

• Allington, R. L. (2008). What really matters in response to intervention: research-based designs. Pearson.

• Quinn, P. (2010). Ultimate RTI. Charleston: Total RTI.

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