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CADRE MEMBERS Shelly Weatherford , School Psychologist, ISSP Project Coordinator Judith Self, Director of Special Education Kim Harrison , Elementary Supervisor of Instruction Mona Shoulta , Speech Language Pathologist, Wingo Elementary Kim Seavers , Kindergarten NBCT, Fancy Farm Elementary

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Issp project 2008 2009

CADRE MEMBERS

Shelly Weatherford, School Psychologist, ISSP Project Coordinator

Judith Self, Director of Special Education

Kim Harrison, Elementary Supervisor of Instruction

Mona Shoulta, Speech Language Pathologist, Wingo Elementary

Kim Seavers, Kindergarten NBCT, Fancy Farm Elementary

Selise Ridolfi, Special Education Teacher Consultant

Alecia Ladd, 4th Grade NBCT, Central Elementary

Donna Galloway, 3rd Grade Teacher, Farmington Elementary

ISSP Project 2008-2009


Issp project 2008 2009

Objective I

Analyze current RTI practices used throughout the district

Tasks/Activities

  • Determine screening tools used in all schools

  • Determine how data is collected

  • Determine how often data is collected

  • Determine what schools do with the data


Issp project 2008 2009

Findings Across the District

  • Variety of universal screeners used

  • Variety of data collection templates/charts

  • Data collection frequency consistent

  • Use of data consistent---to drive instruction


Issp project 2008 2009

Objective II

Share ISSP information throughout the district

Tasks/Activities

Present information via:

  • District Leadership Team meeting

  • School PLC’s

  • Grade Level PLC’s

  • Content area specific teams

  • Staff meetings

  • TAT Committee members

  • Professional Development


Issp project 2008 2009

Objective III

Establish Universal Screener to be used by all elementary schools grades K-3rd

Tasks/Activities

  • Analyze Universal Screeners/CBM on the market

  • Determine a budget for purchase of materials

  • Complete an ISSP Proposal Purchase form

  • Present recommendations to District Leadership Team


Issp project 2008 2009

Objective IV

Implement District Wide 3 Tier KSI Model

Tasks/Activities

  • Update TAT Manual procedures/forms/templates

  • Train staff on roles, responsibilities, & data collection procedures


Issp project 2008 2009

HURDLES

  • Consensus on district wide universal screener for reading, math, & writing

  • Developing district wide TIER of interventions

  • Establishing building KSI coordinators/interventionist @ each school

  • Collecting/Analyzing data

  • Revising TAT Manual

  • Staff training

  • Support & commitment from all schools to:

    • Use recommended universal screener

    • Scheduling time for interventions

    • Budget funds to sustain project


Issp project 2008 2009

SOLUTIONS

  • AIMSweb district wide universal screener

  • District wide TIER of interventions developed through Leadership Team

  • Appointing/hiring staff as building KSI coordinators @ each school

  • Developed district wide CBM probes/assessments

  • Revised TAT manual

  • Staff training/Professional Development scheduled for July 2009 (Elementary/Middle & High School)


Issp project 2008 2009

CHALLENGES

  • Variety of researched based intervention strategies for math & writing

  • Scheduling time for Tier 2 & 3 interventions to be effective

  • Time, Time, Time


Critical pieces in developing a tiered intervention program

Critical Pieces in Developing a Tiered Intervention Program

District Perspective

  • Belief all kids can learn

  • Wanting to do what’s best for all students

  • Researching what’s working in other districts/states

  • Providing funding/opportunity/training


Critical pieces in developing a tiered intervention program1

Critical Pieces in Developing a Tiered Intervention Program

School Perspective

  • Includes Districts perspectives

  • Data collection, analysis, & next steps

  • Scheduling time for interventions

  • Adequate/qualified staffing

  • Teacher training/Professional Development


Critical pieces in developing a tiered intervention program2

Critical Pieces in Developing a Tiered Intervention Program

Classroom Perspective

  • Includes District & Schools perspective

  • Training in use of tiered program, resources, & data analysis

  • Congruent teaching strategies for different learning styles

  • Research based interventions for all content areas

  • Provided with materials/resources

  • Adequate time to effectively implement interventions


Issp program sustainability

ISSP Program Sustainability


Issp program sustainability1

ISSP Program Sustainability


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