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Rti keeping it simple

RtI: Keeping It Simple…

Jenn Sheldon

Amy Galicia


Agreements
Agreements

  • Our Finest Hour

  • One Fine Team

  • Reflect

  • Personal Needs

  • Blast off!



Big question
Big Question

  • RtI: How do we make connections, make it simple, and make it work?


Objectives
Objectives

  • What is the RtI framework and how do we make it simple?

  • How do we connect all that we do in the RtI Framework?

  • How do we effectively implement the Problem Solving Process?

  • What are our next steps?




What is a system
What is a system?

A system is a collection of parts that interact to function as a whole.


Keeping it simple
Keeping it Simple…

  • RtI is a system for meeting all students’ needs.

  • It requires us to think like a system!


Think like a system
Think like a system!

The Handbook for SMART School Teams, Conzemius and O’Neill 2002 Solution Tree pp.180-8


Feedback loops
Feedback Loops

The Handbook for SMART School Teams, Conzemius and O’Neill 2002 Solution Tree p. 181



Keep it easy
Keep it EASy…

  • Establish All Systems!

  • The A Team

  • The B Team

  • Grade Level

    Content Area Teams

  • Student Success Teams


The a team
The A Team

Purpose: Set School-wide Academic Goals and identify strategies for achieving them


The b team
The B Team

Purpose: Set School-wide Behavior Goals and identify strategies for achieving them


Grade level content area teams
Grade Level/Content Area Teams

Purpose:

Work collaboratively to examine instruction and ultimately meet all students’ needs.


Student success teams
Student Success Teams

Purpose: Assist teams through the problem solving process


Inspection
Inspection

Before take-off let’s do one last inspection and brainstorm approaches.



How do we connect all that we do
How Do We Connect All That We Do?


Connect the system
Connect the System

  • Using the terms given to your group, create a graphic that represents the connections that can be made to a systems approach to Response to Intervention

  • You may add additional “components” if you need to.

  • You may replicate slips of paper.

  • You should try to use as many of these terms as possible.


Integrated Elements of RtI:A

RtI:B

Outcomes: academic and behavior

targets identified by school

OUTCOMES

Data: Information

used to make accurate and appropriate

decisions

Practices:

strategies &

interventions

that are

evidence-

based

PRACTICES

DATA

SYSTEMS

Systems: supports needed to ensure accurate, durable implementation of practices

Adapted from a slide by George Sugai and Rob Horner PBIS


Plc questions
PLC Questions

What do we want our students to know? (Outcomes)

How will we know they are learning it? (Data)

How will we respond if students don’t learn? (Systems and Practices)

How will we respond if they already know it? (Systems and Practices)

How do we effectively teach what we want them to know? (Systems and Practices)





Reflect
Reflect

  • What conditions are supporting or hindering effective universal instruction for all students? (Think both academics and behavior)


Integrated Elements of RtI:A

RtI:B

Outcomes: academic and behavior

targets identified by school

OUTCOMES

Data: Information

used to make accurate and appropriate

decisions

Practices:

strategies &

interventions

that are

evidence-

based

PRACTICES

DATA

SYSTEMS

Systems: supports needed to ensure accurate, durable implementation of practices

Adapted from a slide by George Sugai and Rob Horner PBIS



Assessments

Screening –

Quick efficient measures of overall ability and critical skills known to be strong indicators that predict student performance

Progress monitoring –

Also brief, given periodically to determine whether students are making adequate progress

Assessments


Assessments continued

Diagnostic

Provide in depth, reliable assessment of targeted skills

Outcome –

Given at the end of the school year used for school, district, and state reporting purposes

Assessments continued…


Reflect1
Reflect

  • What systems are in place to assess and use data to inform our decisions?


Integrated Elements of RtI:A

RtI:B

Outcomes: academic and behavior

targets identified by school

OUTCOMES

Data: Information

used to make accurate and appropriate

decisions

Practices:

strategies &

interventions

that are

evidence-

based

PRACTICES

DATA

SYSTEMS

Systems: supports needed to ensure accurate, durable implementation of practices

Adapted from a slide by George Sugai and Rob Horner PBIS


What do we do if they don t know it what do we do if they already know it
What do we do if they don’t know it? What do we do if they already know it?


Intervention is
Intervention is…

the systematic and explicit instruction provided to accelerate growth in an area of identified academic and/or behavioral need.


Intervention is not
Intervention is not…

a person

a place

a modification

an accommodation

progress monitoring

an assessment


Intervention is1
Intervention is

  • Focused on a specific area of concern

  • Provides direct explicit instruction in a timely manner related to the area of concern

  • Can be adjusted by frequency, duration and intensity



What is the problem solving process
What is the Problem Solving Process?

  • Systematic

  • Data-driven

  • Collaborative

  • Approach for supporting all students.

Identification

Prevention


How do we effectively implement the problem solving process
How do we effectively implement the Problem Solving Process?

  • Defined Protocol and Process

  • Solution focused

  • Used with the grade level/content area teams and Student Success Teams

  • Fluid

Kranz at his console on May 30, 1965, in the Mission Operations Control Room, Mission Control Center, Houston


Evaluate the plan and the student’s response

End the plan, create a new one or adjust intensity, frequency, duration

Directly Measure the behavior/skill

Analyze and validate the problem

Identify variables

Determine Root Cause

Target the area of concern

Determine intensity, frequency and duration

Implement the plan as intended

Progress monitor

Modify as necessary


What is the purpose of sst
What is the purpose of SST??

Assist teams through the problem solving process by collaboratively creating and implementing targeted and intense interventions, progress monitoring and the evaluating the effectiveness and fidelity of the plan


Progress monitoring
Progress Monitoring

  • Essential to determine effectiveness of instructional programs and interventions

  • Data is used to determine movement of students within the tiers

  • Used to make decisions during problem solving process

  • Varies depending on the level of intensity


Progress monitoring at the tiers
Progress Monitoring at the Tiers

  • Tier I- provided to all students using on going universal screeners and assessments aligned with instruction

  • Tier II and Tier III- more strategic and targeted

    • Focus on current levels of performance

    • Tools should be flexible, efficient, accessible, and informative


Progress monitoring tools available
Progress Monitoring Tools Available…

Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM)

  • Standard direction, materials, scoring rules, and is a timed assessment

  • Examples included MBSP (Math Basic Skills), DIBELS, Jim Wright, probes from Aimsweb, etc.


Designated consultant
Designated Consultant

  • Informs and supports the teacher

  • Communicates regularly with the teacher

Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., prime crew commander of Apollo 14, monitors communications between the Apollo 13 spacecraft and the Mission Control Center.

http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/jscfeatures/articles/000000363.html


Reflect2
Reflect

  • What have you found effective and what challenges are you facing?


Team time
Team Time

  • Work with your team/colleagues to review your action plan based on the RtI Indicators.

  • How will you prioritize your work?

  • Please be prepared to share:

    • What have you gotten today that you will share back at your school?

    • What are you committing to do when you return to your building?



Objectives1
Objectives

  • What is the RtI framework and how do we make it simple?

  • How do we connect all that we do in the RtI Framework?

  • How do we effectively implement the Problem Solving Process?

  • What are our next steps?


Big question1
Big Question

  • RtI: How do we make connections, make it simple, and make it work?


Houston we have a problem
Houston…we have a problem!

Contact us anytime…

Amy Galicia agalicia

Evelyn Jacobi ejacobi

Jenn Sheldon jsheldon

Tom Tonoli thtonoli



Orbit activity
Orbit Activity

When you think like about successful systems of implementation of an intervention or enrichment block, what would contribute to its success?


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