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Responsiveness to Intervention: The Positives and the Possibilities. University of Oregon April, 2006. Context: The Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Initiative. OSEP-Sponsored Summits & Roundtable OSEP-Funded Research Project IDEIA 2004. OSEP-Sponsored Summits & Roundtable.

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responsiveness to intervention the positives and the possibilities

Responsiveness to Intervention: The Positives and the Possibilities

University of Oregon

April, 2006

context the specific learning disabilities sld initiative
Context: The Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Initiative
  • OSEP-Sponsored Summits & Roundtable
  • OSEP-Funded Research Project
  • IDEIA 2004
osep sponsored summits roundtable
OSEP-Sponsored Summits & Roundtable
  • Summits:
    • May,1999: Keys to Successful Learning
    • August, 2001: Building a Foundation for the Future
    • November, 2001: Learning Disabilities
  • Roundtable:
    • July, 2002: Specific Learning Disabilities: Finding Common Ground
osep funded research project
OSEP-Funded Research Project
  • National Research Center on Learning Disabilities (NRCLD) Model Site Research Project.
ideia 2004
IDEIA 2004
  • “Changes in Initial Evaluations and

Reevaluations”:

    • Statute: 614(b)(6)
    • Proposed Regulations: §§ 300.307

through 300.311

responsiveness to intervention rti

Responsiveness to Intervention(RTI)

  • Positives
  • Possibilities
  • Conceptual Model
positives
Positives
  • Prevent academic problems,

and

  • Appropriate identification of students with learning disabilities.
possibilities
Possibilities
  • High Quality Classroom Instruction
  • Research-Based Instruction
  • Classroom Performance
  • Universal Screening
  • Continuous Progress Monitoring
  • Research-Based Interventions
  • Progress Monitoring During Interventions
  • Fidelity Measures
conceptual model
Conceptual Model

RTI

Tier 1

~80% of students

Adapted from Tigard-Tualatin School District, OR

Sadler & Zinn (2005)

RTI

Tier 2 ~15% of students

RTI

Tier 3 ~5% of students

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Q & A
  • What does the RTI approach mean for special

education?

  • What are the potential roles and responsibilities

for the parent centers?

  • How can we use RTI for special education

summer programs?

  • Are there any best practice models for high

schools?

  • Is RTI only for literacy, or math too?