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Response to Intervention: A Different Look. Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 Core Instruction for all occurs. Classroom Intervention, Screening Assessment, Differentiated.

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1 Response to Intervention: A Different Look

2 Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 Core Instruction for all occurs. Classroom Intervention, Screening Assessment, Differentiated Instruction by developmental level and learning style Small group, targeted intervention Individualized, Intensive Instruction/intervention

3 Essential Components of RtI 1. Evidence-based curriculum and instruction 2. Ongoing assessment 3. Collaborative teaming 4. Data-based decision-making 5. Fidelity of implementation 6. Ongoing training and professional development 7. Community and family involvement 8. Strong leadership

4 But wait there’s more… What about the Gifted Learner?

5 Look carefully at the descriptions: Tier I- Core Instruction for all occurs. Classroom Intervention, Screening Assessment, Differentiated Instruction by developmental level and learning style Tier II- Small group, targeted intervention Tier III- Individualized, Intensive Instruction/intervention involvement development improvement advancement

6 Highly Gifted Bright/Gifted Above Average Classroom Intervention, Screening Assessment, Differentiated Instruction by developmental level and learning style Small group, targeted intervention Individualized, Intensive Instruction/Intervention

7 Highly Gifted Bright/Gifted Above Average Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1

8 Remind you of anything?

9 Highly Gifted Highly Gifted Bright/Gifted Above Average Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier % 13.6% 2.3%

10 Highly Gifted Highly Gifted Bright/Gifted Above Average Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 TEKS, State Standards, STAAR, EOC

11 What does that look like? Tier 1Above Average Student All students are screened on a periodic basis to establish an academic baseline and to identify struggling learners who need additional support. Whole class grouping Use hands-on, non linguistic representations Use feedback Ongoing progress monitoring and attention to affective needs Pre-assessment to be done at all levels to prevent repetition and re-teaching of content students have already mastered. Students have multiple avenues to show mastery of essential content and skills, and to demonstrate their learning Instructional pacing, depth and complexity are varied. Tier 1 Primary prevention involves the delivery of high-quality core instruction that meets the needs of most students in the class. Teachers deliver core instruction to all students each day. RTI Action Network; A Program of the National Center for Learning Disabilities

12 What does that look like? Tier 2 Secondary prevention involves the delivery of research-based intervention(s) of moderate intensity to address the learning or behavioral challenges of most at-risk students in the class. Secondary instruction is provided in addition to daily core instruction. Tier 2Bright Student Students are provided with increasingly intensive instruction matched to their needs on the basis of levels of performance and rates of progress. small-group instruction Break information into smaller “chunks” Provided opportunities to practice what is learned Homogeneous groups, see Tier 1 grouping strategies and the following list of appropriate strategic instructional organizations Compacting, opportunities for acceleration student demonstrations of learning, and use of data will ensure continuous learning without ceilings for the gifted learner RTI Action Network; A Program of the National Center for Learning Disabilities

13 What does that look like? Tier 3 Tertiary prevention involves the delivery of individualized intervention(s) of increased intensity for students who show minimal response to secondary prevention. Teachers collect and analyze progress monitoring data to determine when and how to provide more intensive intervention for nonresponsive students. Tier 3Highly Gifted Student Students receive individualized, intensive interventions that target the students’ skill deficits. Individualized or small group instruction Individualized based on learning style Tier 3 instruction may take place in addition to Tier 1 instruction or it may replace it entirely. The curriculum should differ significantly in pace, level, and complexity from age- level peers. RTI Action Network; A Program of the National Center for Learning Disabilities

14 It envisions schooling as an escalator on which students continually progress, rather than a series of stairs, with landings on which advanced learners consistently wait. Montana office of Public Instruction

15 Thank you! Janet Newton Advanced Academics Specialist


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