Using a Response to Intervention Framework to Promote Young Children’s Social Development: The Teaching Pyramid Model. Session Discussion. Background on Response to Intervention The Pyramid Model as a RTI framework for addressing behavior Implementation issues for RTI Addressing issues.
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a multi-tiered approach to instruction that uses a systematic problem-solving approach that focuses on students’ response to those interventions as a basis for determining their instructional needs and intensity.
Tier 3 Children’s Social Development: More Focused
Instruction for Children
Needing More Instructional
Opportunities to Learn
Core Curriculum and Supports Available
to All ChildrenEssential Component #1:Multi-Tiered Model
Continuum of Intensity and Progress Monitoring Increases
Percentage of Children Needing More Intensity Decreases
To identify children not showing adequate growth
To monitor growth of children receiving targeted intervention in Tiers 2 and 3
Measures are for instructional planning—not diagnosis
Olive was below benchmark
Olive had 3 quarterly assessments
Provides ‘before’ and ‘after’ slope estimates
1. Rti replaces special education and its procedural safeguards.
2. Children with disabilities will be in Tier 3.
3. RtI models focus only on preventing learning disabilities and not behavior problems and challenging behaviors.
How can we in early childhood apply an RtI model to early childhood in the area of social-emotional development?
How can we build on existing models?
What will some of the challenges be?
What are the next steps?
“Emotional well-being and social competence provide a strong foundation for emerging cognitive abilities, and together they are the bricks and mortar that comprise the foundation of human development.”
(National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2007)
Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (HHS)
Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention (OSEP)
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