Response to Intervention

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Response to Intervention. What is Response to Intervention (RtI)?Response to Intervention is a service delivery model. It provides the framework for the early identification of students who are at-risk for academic failure or behavioral difficulties, for the delivery of intervention services for those students who are at-risk and a mechanism by which the effectiveness of those interventions are gauged..

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1. Response to Intervention An Overview

2. Response to Intervention What is Response to Intervention (RtI)? Response to Intervention is a service delivery model. It provides the framework for the early identification of students who are at-risk for academic failure or behavioral difficulties, for the delivery of intervention services for those students who are at-risk and a mechanism by which the effectiveness of those interventions are gauged.

3. Response to Intervention What is Response to Intervention (RtI)? Response to Intervention is based on the Community Mental Health Model and is based, in part, on curriculum-based assessment/measurement research. Response to intervention systems have four basic components: (1) an effective, empirically-based general curriculum, (2) periodic screenings (Benchmarking) to identify at-risk students, (3) a series of evidence-based interventions of increasing intensity and (4) a system by which to monitor the effectiveness of those interventions (Progress Monitoring).

4. Response to Intervention Components Effective, Empirically-based Curriculum Includes both academic and character development Is based on empirically validated methods/components Should meet the needs of approximately 80% to 90% of the student body If less than 80% “make the grade” then supplemental activities/materials for the curriculum should be introduced before focusing on individual students and individual/small-group intervention. - It’s a curriculum problem NOT a student problem -

5. Response to Intervention Components Periodic Screening (Benchmarking) Performed at least three times per year: usually fall, winter and spring Utilizes brief measures of academic outcomes which are administered individually and in a small group setting Results are used to identify students who are at-risk for academic failure or behavioral problems

6. Response to Intervention Components Interventions Are evidence-based Are implemented correctly for the appropriate amount of time (Fidelity) Multiple interventions of increasing intensity (i.e. duration, frequency, group-size, explicitness of instruction) are available to the student

7. Response to Intervention Components Progress Monitoring Goal for intervention is set using either the students pre-intervention rate of learning or nationally/locally established end-points Uses brief measures of academic outcomes administered individually or in small groups on at least a weekly basis Data is used to evaluate the effectiveness of the program and to move students between ‘tiers’ of increasingly intense interventions

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