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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Intensive Instructiontailored to Student Needs The Three Tiers of RTI: Response to Intervention Begin small group/individual instruction 01:30:00 Interventiondaily or weekly Progress monitor once or twice weekly If unsuccessful, refer for more testing Tier Three Concept & Theory Nichols, Nowalinski, O'Brocto,Viscuso, Walton WARNING: SAVE CONSTANTLY. The "undo" button makes everything go crazy! Adams-Budde, M. (2015). Response to Intervention: RTI [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from EDR 345 D2L Tier One Tier I is the Universal Level of instruction Uses Research based curricula and instructional methods "One size fits all" instruction is not used. Flexible grouping is Essential. Students are screened in each content area. 3X/year Whitten, E. Response to Intervention. Retrieved from: Pearson Custom Text - Literacy Development and Students in Inclusive Classrooms. Tier Two Independent Practice with Peers or in Centers Progress Monitor bimonthly Aligned with core curriculum Implemented for 30 minutes intervals three times a week Adams-Budde, M. (2015). Response to Intervention: RTI [Powerpoint slides]. Retrieved from EDR 345 D2L Response to Intervention: RTI Response to Intervention: RTI Nichols, Nowalinski, OBrocto, Viscuso, Walton RTI Team Principal SchoolPsychologist Reg Ed ReadingSpecialist SpeechTherapist Tier 1 Spec Ed Tier 2 Tier 3 School Psychologist Principal Assessment & RTI Step 1: Universal Literacy Screening Processes Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy SkillsPhonological Awareness Literacy ScreeningTexas primary Reading InventoryIllinois Snapshots of Early Literacy Benchmarks must be established through assessment Varied assessment should continue throughout process in order to establish new benchmarks and monitor progress. Varied Assessment: Every child learns differently and can express what they have learned in different ways. Keep this in mind when assessing. Definition & Purpose: RTI is an assessment and intervention process designed to help schools meet students diverse learning needs. (on infographic) The model emphasizes the importance of high-quality, research-based instruction in the classroom. The intent is to foster student achievement and limit learning difficulties through use of proven teaching methods. This instruction also takes into consideration the students specific learning strengths and interests. All children can learnQuality assessment informs instructional practicesQuality teaching makes a differencePositive relationships within the classroom maximize learningEducators must work as a team 5 Principles of RTI
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