Response to Intervention: Tiers of Intervention

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A powerpoint presentation created from the article "Cultural considerations with Response to Intervention models.” This presentation discusses the roles of each tier in the RTI process and shows the pyramid RTI model.

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Response to Intervention: Tiers of Intervention

  1. 1. RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION: TIERS OF INTERVENTION Cultural Considerations with Response to Intervention Models
  2. 2. Tier One  What is tier one instruction?  Held in the general education classroom  High standards of instruction  Culturally responsive  Students continually progress monitored
  3. 3. Tier One  Two essential components of a Tier One Classroom:  Evidence-based  Instruction attributes interventions by teachers with culturally responsive
  4. 4. Tier One  Teachers should continually focus on professional development, seeking out teaching methods that have proven effective  Teachers should also research new ways to assess knowledge, particularly in language and literacy. This is essential in the delivery of intervention programs.
  5. 5. Tier Two  What is tier two instruction?  Students move to tier two after a period of not making progress with tier one interventions delivered with fidelity.  Tier two instruction provides intensive intervention that supports the general curriculum
  6. 6. Tier Two • For students who are irresponsive to tier two support, tier two may be the point at which special education is considered.
  7. 7. Tier Three  What is tier three instruction?  This phase of instruction includes a referral to Teacher Assistance Teams (SST).  Teams should be made up of a diversity of teachers, including an ESL teacher.  The student should be observed in a variety of environments.
  8. 8. Tier Four  Special education is classified as tier four. Instruction is even more specifically tailored to intensive students  Special education assistance is ongoing and is not limited to a set number of weeks as in tiers two and three. 

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