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Valley View Early Childhood Center District 365U RTI Sails into Preschool Presented by: Donna Nylander, Principal Lisa Cipriano, Program Coordinator www.vvsd.org/vv.

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1 Valley View Early Childhood Center District 365U RTI Sails into Preschool Presented by: Donna Nylander, Principal Lisa Cipriano, Program Coordinator

2 What does RTI mean to us?

3 Engaged Learning Opportunities

4 Embedding Instruction

5 Problem Solving

6 Variety Teaching Strategies and Groupings

7 Data Driven Decision Making

8 What did we learn? We needed universal data to track progress We needed to know what the kids were learning We needed a narrow focus to start

9 Promoting Social and Emotional Competence & PBIS

10 INSTRUCTIONAL DECISION MAKING (IDM) BEHAVIOR ACADEMICS VVSD DATA

11 Where did we start?

12 Fall 2006 We designated a small team of Early Childhood Professionals to attend a series of Flex West/ I-ASPIRE trainings Problem Solving Team -Speech Pathologist, Early Childhood Teacher, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, and Principal

13 Spring 2006 Selected an area to target – Literacy Development Chose our universal assessment tool - IGDIs (Individual Growth and Development Indicators) Trained staff on administering the IGDIs Administered the IGDIs to 4 year olds in the program Completed a curriculum rubric and compared literacy curriculums

14 What did we learn? The IGDI data did not give us direction Our focus was too narrow What are we doing for the 80%

15 Summer 2007 Curriculum Committee developed universal standards for equipment, materials, and supplies Developed planning tools for teachers Reviewed the Creative Curriculum.net assessment and planning tool Participated in producing a training video outlining the ECO rating process with families

16 What did we learn? We were rating the ECOs in isolation – we wanted a connection The information we were using to complete the ECO was too subjective

17 Fall 2007 Highlighted universal expectations for literacy development – vocabulary, rhyming, and using literature in the classroom

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19 Fall 2007 Highlighted universal expectations for literacy development – vocabulary, rhyming, and using literature in the classroom Purchased creativecurriculum.net Divided Creative Curriculum checkpoints into ECO outcome areas using the Crosswalk and highlighted 12 targets for this school year

20 Spring 2007 Classroom teams began writing a combined report that reflected the rich information gathered for the exit ECO ratings

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22 Spring 2007 Classroom teams began writing a combined report that reflected the rich information gathered for the exit ECO ratings We celebrated the practices that were put into place after Tweety Yates from University of Illinois in conjunction with CSEFEL presented Social Emotional Competence and Addressing Challenging Behavior Modules and provided consultation in the classroom

23 Celebrating Social Emotional Best Practices

24 Navigating the Future Analyze IGDI data Identify Tier 2 kids not making progress Assess Creative Curriculum Snap Shot reports


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