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  • Make the point
    KS Nutcracker
    Could have described it
    could have offered a text description
    Had us act it out as a group

    Would have lost the music - context that this is part of the Nutcracker’s music score
    Would have lost the cuteness
    Seeing Nolan meaningfully included in the show
    The whole cuteness factor

    Transition here to how I see framing this to enhance our instruction and how we look at curriculum and make curriculum decisions based on the needs of ALL learners


  • 1. Fifteen Elements Teacher teams Leadership, administration and/or teachers who have a solid understanding of how to teach reading and writing A comprehensive and coordinated literacy program
  • 2. Build Prior Knowledge then Increase with Text
  • 3. Part of the Solution Planning teams – Scheduling intervention – Scheduling interaction • Need for collaboration skills – Capacity building – collaboration Considering data and the continued use of data driven decisions
  • 4. Activity Time
  • 5. RtI Interventions Let’s take a few minutes and consider the interventions we are currently using or considering: – Tier One – Tier Two – Tier Three What are some? What is the Research behind these interventions?
  • 6. RtI Resources on the Web Best Evidence Encyclopedia (B.E.E.) This website offers reliable, unbiased information on high-quality evaluations of educational programs.
  • 7. Oregon’s Big Ideas Big Ideas in Beginning Reading Focuses on BIG IDEAS of early literacy: phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, fluency with text, vocabulary, and comprehension.
  • 8. Fl Center for Reading Research
  • 9. FCRR Key Type of Program Reading Component 1 = Core Reading Program PA = Phonemic Awareness P = Phonics 2 = Supplemental or Intervention Program F = Fluency V=Vocabulary 3 = Technology-Based Program C = Comprehension 4 = Program that may be implemented by a tutor or + = some aspects of this mentor component taught and/or 5 = Intervention or Remedial practiced Program for students above ++ = most aspects third grade +++ = all aspects n/a = not addressed
  • 10. What We Know National Institute for Literacy - – The National Institute for Literacy, a federal agency, provides leadership on literacy issues, including the improvement of reading instruction for children, youth, and adults.
  • 11. What We Know What Works Clearninghouse – – Institute of Education Science’s Database sharing what we know about related research specific to standards and the research arm of NCLB.
  • 12. RtI Action Network A program of the National Center for Learning Disabilities Offers a guide educators and families in the large-scale implementation of RTI Access research reports – How to tips – Temperature of what is happening in the field
  • 13. National Center on RtI Technical assistance to states and districts and building the capacity of states to assist districts in implementing proven models for RTI. Reports – Products for consideration – Evidence-based practices for High School – Considerations for implementation
  • 14. Advancing Literacy Initiative by the Carnegie Corporation Funded reports and research on – adolescent literacy – What works – What we need to be doing at the middle/ high school level
  • 15. Usable Knowledge Using Data to Improve Instruction Using Data to Improve Instruction Using Data to Raise Student Achievement
  • 16. What We Know KU’s Center on Research and Learning – Strategic Instruction Model –