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Oregon RtI Project Materials . (Selected Material & Concepts) For Complete Information Source OrRTI Project. Harmonic Convergence and Golden Opportunity. RTI/MTSS. BIG IDEAS. O verview of RTI and OrRTI Essential features Myths and facts Benefits and outcomes

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oregon rti project materials

Oregon RtI Project Materials

(Selected Material & Concepts)

For Complete Information

Source OrRTIProject

big ideas
BIG IDEAS
  • Overview of RTI and OrRTI
  • Essential features
  • Myths and facts
  • Benefits and outcomes
  • Implementation considerations
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RTI Essential Components

Data-Based Decision Making with Decision Rules

Training Coaching

Fidelity

Standards of

Practice

SLD Decision Making

Progress Monitoring

Interventions

Screening

Core

Professional Learning & Support

Leadership

Teaming/Data-Based Decision Making

Culture

slide6
RTI Essential Components

Data-Based Decision Making with Decision Rules

Training Coaching

Fidelity

Standards of

Practice

SLD Decision Making

Progress Monitoring

Interventions

Screening

Core

Professional Learning & Support

Leadership

Teaming/Data-Based Decision Making

Culture

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RTI Essential Components

Data-Based Decision Making with Decision Rules

Training Coaching

Fidelity

Standards of

Practice

SLD Decision Making

Progress Monitoring

Interventions

Screening

Core

Professional Learning & Support

Leadership

Teaming/Data-Based Decision Making

Culture

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ASSESSMENT

DATA-BASED DECISION MAKING

INSTRUCTION

SPED referral?

Individual Problem Solving Team

6-8 weeks

Individual Problem Solving Team

Formal Diagnostic

As needed

Tier 3 Individualized Intervention

Tier 2/3 Supplemental Intervention

Tier 2/3 Supplemental Intervention

Progress Monitoring

Weekly-Monthly

Intervention Review Team

6-8 weeks

Research-Based Core Curriculum w/ Strong Instruction

Schoolwide Screening reviewed

3 times/year

Universal Screening

3 times/year

in the past
In The Past

Title Reading or

Other Reading Support

General

Education

Special Education

Some “Fell’”

Through

Some “Fell’”

Through

full continuum of support
Full Continuum of Support

Title Reading & Reading Support,

Gifted Ed.

General

Education

Special Education,

Gifted Ed.

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Interventions

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all along the continuum!

=

rti kids
“RTI kids”

ALL your students

rti kids1
“RTI kids”

ALL your students

rti time
“RTI Time”

Every minute of every day

rti room
“RTI Room”

Your entire school

rti for sld is legally procedurally and ethically the right thing to do
RTI for SLD is legally, procedurally, and ethically the right thing to do
  • IDEA 2004: All states MUST permit the use of RTI
  • Primary features of RTI required for ALL SLD evaluations regardless of method
  • Federal Register and OARS explicit that cognitive evaluation is NOT REQUIRED
  • Few challenges to RTI have reached the courts and the majority of decisions have been deferential to districts
myth rti will lead to legal trouble especially with child find
Myth: RTI will lead to legal trouble, especially with Child Find

LORE:

The response to intervention (RTI) approach for identifying students with specific learning disabilities will generate a spate of losing litigation concerning child find under the IDEA.

(Betesh, Brown, Thompson, &Zirkel, 2012)

despite dire predictions few child find issues with rti itself
Despite “dire predictions” few child find issues with RTI itself

LAW:

…thus far no published court decision has specifically concerned RTI and child find, and the few pertinent hearing officer decisions have been deferential to school districts (e.g., Cobb County School District, 2012; Joshua Independent School District, 2010).

(Betesh, Brown, Thompson, & Zirkel, 2012)

5 year change in of students k 5 well below benchmark intensive by school
5 year change in % of students (K-5) well below benchmark/intensive by school

41 schools, 71%

17 schools

cadre 1 core implementation
Cadre 1: Core Implementation

School has 90-minute (or less) reading block* (interventions occur WITHIN the core)

*60 minute block for ½ day kindergarten

+1.7%

*K – NWF; 1st-5th – grade ORF

cadre 1 core implementation1
Cadre 1: Core Implementation

School has 90-minute reading block* (interventions occur OUTSIDE of the core)

+8.3%

+1.7%

*K – NWF; 1st-5th – grade ORF

cadre 1 core implementation2
Cadre 1: Core Implementation

School has a 90-minute reading block* (interventions occur OUTSIDE of the core)

AND

Common, agreed-upon grade-level instructional strategies.

+16.5%

+8.3%

+1.7%

*K – NWF; 1st-5th – grade ORF

what matters most is
What Matters Most is…

…what teachers do

tigard tualatin school district
Tigard-Tualatin School District

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

School Year

baker school district cadre 3
Baker School DistrictCadre 3

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

= Year 1 in OrRTI

central curry school district cadre 4
Central Curry School DistrictCadre 4

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

= Year 1 in OrRTI

bend lapine school district cadre 5
Bend-LaPine School DistrictCadre 5

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

= Year 1 in OrRTI

bandon school district cadre 6
Bandon School DistrictCadre 6

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

= Year 1 in OrRTI

sisters school district cadre 6
Sisters School DistrictCadre 6

% of 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders who Met or Exceeded on OAKS Reading

(difference from Oregon State average)

School Year

= Year 1 in OrRTI

impact on sped r esearch support
Impact on SPED: Research Support

“Use of RTI has resulted in lower rates of SLD (Burns, Appleton, & Stehouwer, 2005) improved proportionality or indicators of equity, earlier delivery of special education services, and increased student achievement (Marston, Muyskens, Lau, & Canter, 2003)”

A. M. VanDerheyden & M. K. Burns (2010)

identification rates orrti
Identification Rates: OrRTI

Avg. % of Students Identified SLD

24 out of 29 districts moved in the direction of the mean

lessons learned
Lessons Learned…

In the beginning,

OrRTI focused on the

WHAT

slide52
RTI Essential Components

SLD Decision Making

Progress Monitoring

Interventions

Screening

Core

slide53
NOW…

We focus much more on the

HOW

slide54
RTI Essential Components

Data-Based Decision Making with Decision Rules

Training Coaching

Fidelity

Standards of

Practice

Professional Learning & Support

Leadership

Teaming/Data-Based Decision Making

Culture

in the beginning
In the Beginning…

It was all about

interventions

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Today…

It’s all about the Core, and strong, articulated instruction across all Tiers

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