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An Introduction to Response to Intervention. MN Response to Intervention Center. Ann Casey, Ph.D. Director St. Croix River Ed. District acasey@scred.k12.mn.us www.scred.k12.mn.us/RTI/RTIcontact.htm. RtI. Objectives for today. Learn: What is RtI Why our school needs RtI

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an introduction to response to intervention

An Introduction to Response to Intervention

MN Response to

Intervention Center

Ann Casey, Ph.D.

Director

St. Croix River Ed. District

acasey@scred.k12.mn.us

www.scred.k12.mn.us/RTI/RTIcontact.htm

RtI

objectives for today
Objectives for today
  • Learn:
    • What is RtI
    • Why our school needs RtI
    • What are the components that comprise an RtI system - must haves
    • Underlying assumptions for the model
    • RtI is about school improvement - not about identifying students for special education
  • Decide if our school wants to commit to implementing an RtI model of service delivery
fundamental assumptions
Fundamental Assumptions
  • All the students are all our responsibility
  • All students can make progress when given the amount and kind of support needed
  • Teaching to the middle doesn’t meet all students needs.
  • Therefore, we must use our resources in new, different and collaborative ways to ensure each student is as successful as possible!
one final assumption
One final assumption
  • Schools have not had all the tools and/or training needed to implement such a model where all resources are organized around ensuring each student is as successful as possible
what is rti
What is RtI?
  • Response to Intervention is a 3 tiered model of instructional support for all students
  • RtI is a process comprised of 3 main components:
    • Evidenced Based Instructional practices
    • System of Universal Screening and Progress Monitoring
    • Problem Solving as a decision making system to determine who gets what interventions, when and by whom
  • The first assumption when students are not succeeding is that they are struggling with the curriculum or instruction, and therefore, we need to make a change in one or both of those areas.
why a pyramid
Why a pyramid?

Tier 1

An aerial view- the implication is that all students need a strong foundation in core instruction

Tier 2

Tier 3

why does my school need a 3 tiered system
Why does my school need a 3 tiered system?
  • Many schools have had few options for struggling students - Title I services or special education
  • Those have not been ideal methods in preventing failure
  • In fact, special education has really been a ‘wait to fail model’, and Title I is a funding source and whether those resources resulted in student improvement varies greatly from school to school
  • Even if your school is making AYP, there are students at every grade level who are not on target for proficiency
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Sea of Ineligibility

Reading

Recovery

Amount of

Resources

Needed

To Solve

Problem

Special Education

Title 1

Peer

Tutoring

Counseling

General Education

Intensity of Problem

rti is a process
RtI is a process
  • Comprised of 3 components
    • Measurement system that allows for frequent monitoring of progress
    • Instruction that is evidenced based for both core and interventions
    • Problem Solving process that relies on data to determine who needs intervention, when, how, and what interventions to be delivered.
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Problem Solving

RtI an integrated

System

Measurement

Instruction

measurement
Measurement
  • Schools have to make many choices about measurement tools - and often end up with several measures for the same purpose
  • We need different measurements for different purposes
rti requires an easy to use measurement system
RtI requires an easy to use measurement system
  • A system that allows for quick screening that is highly reliable and valid
  • A system that allows for frequent measurement to determine if students are progressing
  • Such systems are referred to as ‘general outcome measures’ or ‘curriculum-based measurements’
www studentprogress org chart chart asp
www.studentprogress.org/chart/chart.asp
  • Schools should visit the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring to determine which measurement system best meets your schools needs
evidenced based practices
Evidenced Based Practices
  • RtI is a process for improvement that can be used for both academics and behavior; however the MN RtI Center is funded to improve literacy outcomes at this time
evidenced based literacy practices
Evidenced Based Literacy Practices
  • 5 foundational skills of EBP for literacy:
    • Phonemic awareness
    • Phonics/word study
    • Fluency/automaticity
    • Vocabulary
    • Comprehension
literacy professional development
Literacy Professional Development
  • The professional development we undertake will be based on our student needs indicated by the data we collect, as well as teacher expertise or teacher need for expertise.
  • A study group/professional learning community model is encouraged
problem solving process
Problem-Solving Process
  • All school staff need to learn the problem solving process so we have a common approach to solving problems
problem solving a 5 step process
Problem Solving: A 5 step process
  • Problem Identification
  • Problem Analysis
  • Plan Development
  • Plan Implementation
  • Plan Evaluation
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Building

PS team;

IEP consideration

Grade

Level

teams

Resources for Problem Solving

Teacher

& Parent

Intensity of the problem

Adapted from Tilly, 2002

problem solving is used in each part of the pyramid
Problem Solving is used in each part of the pyramid
  • Grade level teams problem-solve regarding core instruction as well as deciding who are candidates for tier 2 interventions and what the interventions will be
  • A building problem solving team may decide who needs more intensive, tier 3 support, including special education
think about problem solving in new and different ways
Think about Problem Solving in new and different ways
  • Old
    • Student referred by teacher/parent
    • One student at a time
    • Decisions not necessarily data-based
    • Not very prevention oriented
  • RtI
    • Teaching teams review data of all students in the team
    • Students not at benchmark are targeted for Tier 2 support in addition to strong core instruction
    • Focus is on success - keeping students from needing special education
a quick review
A Quick Review
  • RtI is a process of 3 things: EBP, progress monitoring, & problem solving
  • The instructional practices comprise a 3 tiered model of support with a strong core for all students, targeted supports for some, and intensive supports for a few.
  • We use universal screening and progress monitoring to help us determine flexible groupings and determine whether students are progressing or not.
commitments for school participation
Commitments for School Participation
  • Internal coach appointed part time to work with MN RtI Center and Site leadership team
  • SiteTeam for RtI implementation to include administrator, coach, and both general and special ed. staff
  • 80% staff agreement and principal support
  • Completion of an RtI Readiness checklist- can be done by the team
  • Embed RtI process in the school’s ongoing improvement process/plan
  • Agree to work with MN Rti Center through 2008-09 school year