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  • Review what I believe we know…
  • They can use the term scientifcally based as well to clarify what they know and the like…
  • Learning styles is something we all appear to know about, parents connect with learning styles, and the like…so how do you fall and do we teach to a student’s learning style? Talk about the fact that others will state they work…effective…appear in the literature…Dunn and Dunn out of NY…make a point that these are used…my entire Masters program was centered around this aspect…
  • Make the point that RtI covers a great deal of information but specific to Literacy we are learning a bunch
  • Set the stage that we have RtI and there is a federal push Folks see this as an Elelmentary Push states are strating to focus beyond prek-6
  • Part of the National Center on LD why is this occuring what does this mean ask them when what we generlaly due when do we stop these efforts?
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    • 1. Response to Intervention
      • In the Middle/High School Setting - Technology-based Considerations
    • 2. Agenda for Today
      • Consider RtI - Overview
        • Connection to Resources
        • Connection to Middle/High - What we Know
      • Tiers and Technology
        • Structuring technology considerations
        • Technology-based solutions
    • 3. Who am I?
      • Associate Professor
      • Middle/Secondary Teacher
      • Father of Four
      • Who are you?
    • 4.
    • 5. Our Resources for the Day
    • 6. RtI Primer
      • RtI stands for?
      • There are _____ tiers?
      • Three critical features of RtI include:
        • ___
        • ___
        • ___
    • 7. Three Models (Uses) of RTI
      • Prediction & Prevention
        • prediction of at-risk students and preventing students from falling behind
      • Remediation
        • intervention for students with academic or behavioral difficulties
      • Disability Assessment
        • an intensive intervention test that is one component in the SLD determination process
    • 8. Critical Elements of RtI
      • Implementation of a differentiated curriculum with different instructional methods
      • Two or more tiers of increasingly intense, scientific, research-based interventions
    • 9. Critical Elements of RtI
      • Individual problem-solving model or standardized intervention protocol for intervention tiers (possibly in combination)
      • Progress monitoring to assess entire class progress and individual student progress
      • Explicit decision rules for assessing learners’ progress (e.g., level and/or rate)
    • 10. What Does RtI Implementation Look Like?
      • Students receive high-quality, research-based instruction by qualified staff in their general education setting (primary intervention)
      • General education instructors and staff assume an active role in students’ assessment in that curriculum
      • School staff conduct universal screening of (a) academics and (b) behavior (> 1/yr)
      • School staff implement specific, research-based interventions to address the students’ difficulties
    • 11. Core of RtI
      • Please list three research-based practices that you use across the course of a week?
        • Describe it?
        • How do you know it is evidence-based?
    • 12. Do we Teach to Learning Styles?
      • What Type of Learner Are You?
      • I like to:
        • Hear it…
        • See it…
        • Touch it…
        • Read it…
        • Experience it…
      • What is your Learning Style?
    • 13. Learning Styles - Research-based?
      • Structure experiences based on the type of learner we believe our students to be…
        • Offer more visual experiences because we have a class of visual learners…
        • Hands-on experiences for those tactile learners…
        • Auditory experiences for those that learn best through listening…
        • Examples?
    • 14. RtI @ the Middle/High School
    • 15. Implications - Needs
      • Literacy
      • Mathematics
      • Behavior
    • 16. Why the Need for RtI?
      • Middle/High School Implications