2 What is RtI? Basis for RtI—IDEIA 2004 Provides high quality instruction/intervention matched to student needsOffers a comprehensive multi-tiered intervention strategyEnables early identification and interventionTargets students at academic or behavioral risk
3 Multiple-Tiered Model of Service Delivery to Identified Students Tier I (80-85%)—high quality classroom instructionTier II (10-15%)—in addition to classroom instruction, small group instruction – 90 minutes per weekTier III (5-10%)—intensive small group instruction—120 minutes per week
5 HCPS Response To Intervention Model Intervention Model vs. Problem Solving ModelAdvantagesQuality control, small group instruction based on similar areas of concernHigh degree of fidelityEfficient use of resource allocationsLarger numbers—tier intervention
6 What does RtI look like on the elementary school level? Interventionists- Previous Prime Teachers- Intervention Station, Making Connections, Moving with MathOngoing Planning/Data Input/Progress MonitoringTechnology access
7 What does RtI look like on the secondary school level? Reading—grades 6-9—Achieve 3000 and Empower/Teen BizMath—grades 6-9—Carnegie LearningInterventionists—identified classroom teachersMay require additional courses
8 Behavioral Strategies – Problem Solving Model Tier I – School-wide discipline, staff and student trainingTier II – Targeted groups, student coaching/mentoring, Check in –Check out, Student Action PlanTier III – FBA/BIP, Data Driven, Possible referral to Sp. Ed.