Understanding Response to Intervention: A Practical Guide to Systematic Implementation

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Understanding Response to Intervention is a nuts-and-bolts guide to this system for educational redesign. Response to Intervention (RTI) aims to meet the needs of struggling students through a pyramid of interventions, collaborative team problem-solving, data for monitoring student progress, and customized solutions that help every unique learner succeed. This system is commonly represented by the three-tiered pyramid of interventions, which conveys that all students can learn, effectively master educational ...
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Breaking Through: Effective Instruction & Assessment for Reaching English Learners

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Understanding Response to Intervention is a nuts-and-bolts guide to this system for educational redesign. Response to Intervention (RTI) aims to meet the needs of struggling students through a pyramid of interventions, collaborative team problem-solving, data for monitoring student progress, and customized solutions that help every unique learner succeed. This system is commonly represented by the three-tiered pyramid of interventions, which conveys that all students can learn, effectively master educational requirements, and become proficient learners.

This book provides a practical model for teachers, principals, district administrators, and parent advocacy groups, with clear examples of how to: Develop stakeholder support for educational redesign. Establish leadership at the district and school levels. Establish a school-based RTI Problem-Solving Team. Garner parent involvement. Use data to monitor progress. Implement models of intervention.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781934009345
  • Publisher: Solution Tree
  • Publication date: 6/1/2008
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents


About the Authors     ix
Introduction to Response to Intervention     xiii
Overview of This Book     xvi
Common Questions About RTI     1
What Is Behind RTI?     1
What About No Child Left Behind?     2
Can These Kids Really Learn?     3
Compelling Research     4
Why Wait for Kids to Fail?     5
What Are the Core Principles of RTI?     7
Is RTI Just for Special Education Students?     10
What Are the Three Tiers of Intervention?     11
Why Is the Problem-Solving Team So Important?     13
How Do We Know RTI Is Working?     14
Leadership     17
The Board of Education     18
District Superintendent and Administration     19
District Round Table     20
Periodic Review     28
Setting Direction     28
Developing People     29
Developing the Organization     29
Organizational Resistance     30
School Site Leadership     32
School Leadership Team     32
Issues of Effective Classroom Teaching     34
Periodic Review     35
Setting Direction     35
Developing People     35
Developing the Organization     36
Behavioral Interventions     36
Final Thoughts     37
Problem-Solving Teams     39
Problem-Solving Primer: Root Cause Analysis     40
An Individual Student Problem     42
Define the Problem     42
Gather Data and Evidence     42
Identify Contributory Issues     42
Delineate Root Causes-Ask the "Why?"     43
Develop Solution Recommendations     44
Implement Solutions     45
Retest Solutions     45
Review and Establish Systemic Prevention     45
Creating a Problem-Solving Team     47
Applying Root Cause Analysis     50
Define the Problem     51
Gather Data and Evidence     51
Perform Data Analysis     51
Develop and Implement the Intervention or Student Action Plan     52
Evaluate the Student Action Plan     53
Review for Trends     54
Role of Parents     54
Principal and Administrative Support and Involvement     55
Interventions     57
Tier 1     58
Looking at Student Work: An Effective Tier 1 Strategy     60
Other Tier 1 Academic Interventions     63
Tier 2     65
The Case of Sara     66
Tier 3     68
Special Education Concerns     69
Professional Development Needs     70
Behavior in the Pyramid of Intervention     70
Using Data     75
Progress Monitoring     75
Curriculum-Based Measurement     78
Benchmarking     81
Median     83
Aim Line     84
Trend Line     85
Trend Data     85
Graphing Student Data in Problem-Solving Teams     86
Parent Involvement     91
Parent Involvement in the District Round Table     93
Identification and Recruitment     93
Professional Development     94
Team Meeting Logistics     94
Opportunities for Contribution     95
Rollout Plan     96
Parent Inclusion     96
Planning     97
Informing     98
Define the Issue     98
Establish Objectives     98
Establish Strategies     99
Create a Public Relations Plan      99
Evaluate     100
Involving     100
What Happens When Parents Experience the Success of Response to Intervention?     103
Special Education and RTI     105
Moving From Discrepancy Formulas     105
Core Curriculum Fidelity     106
Resource Alignment     107
Commitment to Professional Learning Communities     107
Changes in Role Definition and Staff Capacity     108
Moving From Discrepancy-Based Formulas     109
Questions and Concerns     111
Are We Screening or Evaluating?     111
Can We Refuse a Referral to Special Education?     111
Certification     112
Quantifying RTI Resource Levels     112
Evaluation     115
The Evaluation Process     117
Key Categories of Evaluation     121
Student Outcomes     121
Consumer Acceptability     122
Systems Change     122
Implementation Fidelity     123
Graphic Data     126
Sustainability     131
Conducting Root Cause Analysis for RTI Development     135
Discipline Issues     137
Conduct Problem Identification      137
Gather Data and Evidence     138
Identify the Key Issue     138
Find the Root Cause     139
Develop Solution Recommendations     139
Implement the Solutions     140
Retest Solutions Based on Data Collection     140
Align Data From Steps 1-7 to Determine Prevention Strategies     140
Reading Issues     140
Conduct Problem Identification     140
Gather Data and Evidence     141
Identify the Key Issue     141
Find the Root Cause     141
Develop Solution Recommendations     141
Implement the Solutions     142
Retest Solutions Based on Data Collection     142
Align Data From Steps 1-7 to Determine Prevention Strategies     142
Preventing RTI Failure     143
Ten-Point RTI Sustainability Checklist     143
Evaluating RTI Success     145
Universal Instruction     145
Targeted Intervention     145
Intensive Intervention     145
Appendices
Research     149
Logic Model     161
Forms     165
Frequently Asked Questions     179
References and Resources      183
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