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    • 1. Response to Intervention RtI in Weld Re-8 2008-2009
    • 2.
      • We believe that…
      • ALL children can learn and achieve high standards as a result of effective teaching.
      • All students must have access to a rigorous, standards-based curriculum and research-based instruction.
      • Intervening at the earliest indication of need is necessary for student success (Pre K-12).
      • Collaboration among educators, families and community members is the foundation to effective problem-solving and instructional decision-making.
      RTI Core Principles
    • 3.
      • Leadership
      • Curriculum & Instruction
      • School Climate & Culture
      • Problem-Solving Process
      • Assessment
      • Family & Community Engagement
      6 KEY COMPONENTS
    • 4. Response to Intervention: A problem-solving plan so that all students will succeed. Multi-Tiered: Curriculum Instruction Assessment Positive Behavior Support RtI in Colorado The overarching purpose of RtI implementation is to improve educational outcomes for all students.
    • 5. Every Child Succeeding
    • 6. Intensive/Individualized Level Interventions based on comprehensive evaluation are provided to students with intensive needs Targeted Level Provided to students identified at-risk or who fail to make adequate progress in general education. Universal Level Provided to ALL students; RTI: Curriculum & Instruction Assessment INTENSIVE MONITORING STRATEGIC MONITORING BENCHMARK TESTING SCREENING
    • 7.
        • Effective academic instruction
        • Instruction in appropriate behavior and social problem-solving skills
        • A caring school community
      Positive Behavior Support: Essential Elements
    • 8. Every Child Succeeding
    • 9. The Colorado Collaborative Problem-Solving Process Evaluate Response to Intervention (RtI) Problem Analysis Validating Problem Identify Variables that Contribute to Problem Develop Intervention Plan Define the Problem Defining Problem/Directly Measuring Behavior Implement Plan Implement As Intended Progress Monitor Modify as Necessary Gather Data
    • 10. The Problem-Solving Process
        • 1. Facilitator
        • 2. Recorder
        • 3. Timekeeper
        • 4. Consultants depending on situation
        • 5. Parent Partnerships
      • Persons with Expertise in:
        • Data
        • Interventions
        • Academic
        • Social
        • Emotional
        • Behavioral
      1. Define the Problem. What is the problem? 2. Analyze the Problem. Why is this problem occurring? 3. Determine and Implement Plan. What are we going to do about it? 4. Evaluate Response to Intervention. Did it work? Roles of the Team Steps in the Process
    • 11.  
    • 12. Every Child Succeeding
    • 13. RTI in Weld Re-8 PowerPoint
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      • Key Words: Weld Re-8, RTI