RTI VS. BID/LID Student BID/LID Concern Days Student Concern Days are different from RtI.
RTI VS. STUDENT CONCERN RtI starts with a universal Student concern days screener. can be about any This excludes any students. students already in a General discussions of special education learning and behavior classroom. issues. Focuses on a plan of action to address the issue.
TIER 1 DEFINEDShould be a preventive and proactive measure for students in each grade level.Occurs in the classroom. The teacher is the interventionist.The instruction that each student receives should be differentiated to meet their needs and build on their areas of strength. Is effective for 80% of the student population.
TIER 2 DEFINED Students will receive the same core instruction, but will also receive supplemental intervention.Implemented in small groups of Can be provided by a specialist. 4-6 students. The intervention should be targeted to remediate a specific skill and be linked to student’s educational needs. Is effective for 20% of the student population
TIER 3 DEFINED Students receive the same instruction as the tier 1 and 2 students and intensive individual skills based interventions. These interventionsShould be one-on-one or a should focus on remediating one very small group setting. Is assessment based. skill area. Frequent progress monitoring should be done to identify if progress is being made. Only 5% of the students receiving tier 2 interventions should move to tier 3.
RTI - IDENTIFICATION RtI begins with identifying the students via the universal screener. At this time the RtI Student Profile Form should be filled out.
RTI – TIER 1Classroom teachers are responsible for implementing and monitoring Tier 1 interventions.There are two forms to be used to keep track of progress.