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  • 1. Response to Intervention 2.0
  • 2. What is RTI?
  • 3. Wrong questions to start with:
    • How do we implement RTI?
    • How do we get our students to score proficient on the MSP?
    • How do we stay legal?
    • What is wrong with this student?
    • What interventions do we need to inject into our day?
  • 4. Right questions to start with:
    • What do we want for our children? Picture in your mind the child who means the most to you. What would you want for that child?
  • 5.
    • If our responses are on the far horizon, and we make that the focus, things like test scores become a natural by-product.
  • 6. Right questions to start with:
    • What do our children need? They need skills to be successful in the 21 st century. This is absolutely imperative.
  • 7. Right questions to start with:
    • What do we need to do? Targeted Instruction (Variable) + Time (Variable) = Learning (constant)
    • Start with highly effective, research-based core instruction. The best intervention is prevention.
    • Systematically identify students who are not succeeding in our core program.
    • Provide these students additional time and support until they learn
  • 8. In its simplest form…
    • RtI is checking to see if students have learned a key concept, and providing help (an intervention) if they haven’t
  • 9. The best intervention is prevention
  • 10. Tiers
    • We need to think in terms of intervention
    • Each tier increases the intensity
      • Tier 1: Quick boost
      • Tier 2: Targeted group
      • Tier 3: Isolated instruction
  • 11. Year 1, Tier 1
    • Collaborative model
      • Identify goals
      • Start instruction
      • Give assessment
      • Compare data
      • Decide: What are we going to do?
      • Provide intervention
      • Continue instruction