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RtII & Title 1. Dr. Diane Barrie Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment October 4, 2012. Agenda. Core Beliefs What is RtII? Essential Components of RtII. We Believe….

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Rtii title 1

RtII & Title 1

Dr. Diane Barrie

Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

October 4, 2012


Agenda

Agenda

  • Core Beliefs

  • What is RtII?

  • Essential Components of RtII


We believe

We Believe…

  • All students can learn and grow. They may not learn the same way or at the same rate, but it is our challenge to unlock the door for each child into the world of literacy.

  • We can effectively teach all children.


What is rtii

What Is RtII?

  • Multistep approach to helping each individual student reach his or her maximum potential designed to…

    • help students who struggle with learning by providing scientifically-based reading programs (“interventions”)

    • address the needs of students who are performing at grade level by providing enrichment activities in reading and writing


Essential components

Essential Components

  • High-quality, standards-aligned classroom instruction and interventions

  • Tiered instruction

  • Ongoing student assessment

  • Parent involvement


Instruction and interventions

Instruction and Interventions

  • Core Program – for all student

  • Intervention Programs:

    • Fundations

    • Making Connections

    • Foutnas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention


Tiered instruction

Tiered Instruction

  • Tier 3: Intensive Support

    • very small group (2-5) with a reading specialist or instructional intervention specialist

  • Tier 2: Strategic Support

    • support in a smaller group (5-8) with a reading specialist or instructional intervention specialist

  • Tier 1: Benchmark Support

    • enrichment reading program for students at or above grade level


Determining tier placement

Determining Tier Placement

  • Results of universal screeners

  • Teacher Observation

  • Classroom Performance

  • Tiers are fluid

  • Parents informed of child’s tier placement

  • Tier Time = TEAM TIME (Together Everyone Achieves More)


Ongoing student assessment

Ongoing Student Assessment

  • DIBELS - The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills - Grades K-4

  • CORE Phonics - Grades K, 1, 2

  • 4Sight - Grades 3 and 4

  • STAR Reader – Grades 2, 3, 4


Tier i benchmark group

Tier I - BENCHMARK GROUP

  • Enrichment materials used to challenge higher level thinking skills, enrich vocabulary and motivate independent learning styles:

    - guided reading books

    - chapter books/novels

    - author study

    - research projects

    - Harcourt Challenge Kit

    - Readers Theater

    - Response to literature activities


Tier ii strategic intervention

Tier II - STRATEGIC INTERVENTION

  • Students who need support with grade level curriculum

  • Interventions based on researched programs delivered with fidelity that are specialized and based on student needs


Tier iii intensive intervention

Tier III - INTENSIVE INTERVENTION

  • Students who are not making adequate progress and need additional support

  • Interventions delivered with fidelity that address student needs in an intensive and explicit way using strategies based on research


Progress monitoring

Progress Monitoring

  • Tier 2 – students monitored every two weeks

  • Tier 3 – students monitored every week


Who is on the core rtii team

Who is on the Core RtII Team?

  • Principal

  • Reading Specialist

  • Instructional Intervention Specialist

  • Counselor

  • Speech and Language Clinician

  • Math Specialist

  • ESL Teacher

  • Special Area Teachers


How can parents help read

How Can Parents Help? READ!

  • Read with your child daily

  • Read to your child

  • Listen to your child read

  • Ask questions about the story

  • Have your child ask you questions about the story

  • Show your child you are a reader, too


Rtii information on the msd website

RtII Information on the MSD Website

www.methacton.org


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