Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI 2 ). A new approach to differentiation and remediation. Warm Up. On your chart paper, make a list of all the things you know about Response to Instruction and Intervention . Use only one color marker. Agenda and Objectives. TWBAT
A new approach to differentiation and remediation
On your chart paper, make a list of all the things you know about Response to Instruction and Intervention.
Use only one color marker.
Agenda and Objectives
The Intervention Block
The RTI2 Calendar
Examine the RTI2 Cheat Sheet.
Turn to a shoulder partner and share an “aha” that you learned from the sheet.
Oral Reading Fluency
Math Applied Problems
All EE Staff
Students will be sorted into tier II and III interventions if they fall below the 25th %ile in any skill area.
Areas of deficit will be prioritized accordingly: Fluency, Comprehension, Math Comp, Math Applied, Writing
Study Island is the first intervention.
Other follow-up interventions include V-Math, West Virginia Phonics, and Wilson Reading
All students sorted into tier II and tier III interventions must be progress monitored in their area of deficit.
Students in tier II need progress monitoring bi-weekly.
Students in tier III need progress monitoring weekly.
If a student does not make progress in 4-5 weeks, a new intervention must be put into place.
An intervention must be researched based.
It must be implemented with fidelity.
Interventions must be targeted toward skills, not standards.
Again, if there is no progress on a skill after 4-5 weeks, a new intervention must be implemented and documented.
Universal Screening: August 13-September 3
Intervention Launch: Early September
Ongoing progress monitoring
Benchmark 1: November 10-17
Benchmark 2: February 2-9
Benchmark 3: May 11