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Protocol for tier i core instruction

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  • 1. Protocol for Tier I Core Instruction: 1. Complete the Essential Standards chart http://www.slideshare.net/evansjenb/what-is-it-we-expect-students-to- learnfor the first period of instruction (trimester, quarter, or semester). 2. Before the unit begins, identify how and when the team will identify and support students in need of remediation and enrichment. The entire team should reserve time for this additional time and support, not just each individual teacher. 3. As time permits, unwrap two or three of the essential standards into learning targets, starting with those that will first be introduced to students. 4. Build common assessments by identifying three to five questions for each of the learning targets identified. 5. Use the results from these common assessments to identify and monitor students needing more time and support with specific learning targets (focus on causes, not symptoms). 6. As time permits, unwrap the next two or three essential standards into additional learning targets, following up with those that will next be introduced to students. 7. Build common assessments by identifying three or four prompts for each of the additional learning targets identified. 8. Use the results from these common assessments to target students needing more time and support with specific targets. Use this same information to provide enrichment to those who have already mastered the learning targets. 9. Repeat this process for the second period of instruction (trimester, semester, and so on), beginning again with the Essential Standards chart. http://www.slideshare.net/evansjenb/what-is-it-we-expect-students-to- learn Simplifying Response to Intervention p. 58-59