Response to Instruction & Intervention (RtI 2 ). Using Differentiation to Provide Equity and Access for All Students. Who Are Our Underserved Students? What does the data tell us?. Day 2 Learning Outcomes Identify which students have not demonstrated mastery of essential standards
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Using Differentiation to Provide Equity and Access for All Students
RtI2 cannot be implemented effectively without a collaborative process in place for on-going progress monitoring and looking at data.
Over the past decade, two proven processes have been developed to achieve this goal:
Both are Systems Changes
Family Support Teams
IEPs & Marathon Meetings
SSTs, & Marathon Meetings
Progress Monitoring happens at each tier!
PLCs/Data Teams, Grade Level/Dept. Teams, & Marathon Meetings
1. What do we expect students to learn?
2. How will we know when they have learned it?
3. How will we respond when they have/haven’t learn?
To believe that all children from birth want to learn and be successful
To believe that all students are motivated, but unfortunately, some are dominated by “avoidance motivation” as a way of protecting themselves from situations that they believe will lead to failure and humiliation
Kids don't care what you know
until they know you care.- Dr. Rober Brooks
Reflect on Day 2 Learning (http://estaffroom.sccoe.org)
Day3: RtI in Practice – Creating Your Own Pyramid of Intervention