Response to Instruction/Interventions. ESEA NCLB IDEIA. Shifts in the LAWS…. ESEA/NCLB School improvement Greater accountability Adequate yearly progress IDEIA 2004 Effective instruction with HQ teachers Progress monitoring Early intervening services.
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80-90% of students
Curriculum: Scientifically research-based core academic curriculum implemented with fidelity CONSISTENCY
Instruction: Differentiated instruction (teaching flexibly and matching instruction to student need to maximize the potential of all students) SUCH AS 90-MIN READING BLOCK, grouping students by levels instead of grade
Curriculum: Core curriculum + supplemental instruction on targeted skills
Instruction: Small group (3-4 students) with re-teaching core skills using supplemental materials for an additional 15-20 min./3x week
Curriculum: Core instructional programs or replacement core program + targeted supplemental interventions
Instruction: Problem-solving team develops a plan to guide data-based instructional interventions; Face-to-face instruction with highly qualified teachers. Increased opportunities for oral respond; systematic and direct instruction; explicit and immediate corrective feedback
Curriculum: School-wide expectations
Responsible Thinking Program
Instruction/intervention: Teach process to students and maintain throughout school activities
CONFIRM physical condition of student: vision, hearing, hunger, sleep
Progress monitoring with AIMWEB to inform instructional changes for students receiving strategic behavioral interventions
Curriculum: Develop an individualized Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) that defines the function of the problem behavior: avoidance, control.