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RTI: Removing barriers to academic success:

RTI: Removing barriers to academic success By Shelton Yuen

What is RTI?:

What is RTI? Response to Intervention: Provision of high quality interventions matched to student needs, frequent progress monitoring to guide decisions about changes in interventions, and using student data to guide important educational decisions. School wide instruction system that emphasizes scientifically based, individually based instruction and data based decision making based on student response.

What is RTI?:

What is RTI? RTI Model for Behavior: Behavior is an important issues to address as it directly affects academic performance of the students Involves documenting a change in behavior as a result of intervention and making ongoing, data driven decisions A student who displays challenging behaviors is repeatedly assessed, and based on the results, the school staff uses evidence based practices to support the students in reducing those challenging behaviors and improving his/her attitude towards engagement in academic and social life

The three tiered model of RTI2:

The three tiered model of RTI 2

Why RTI?:

Why RTI? Major problems with the old system: Failing to Intervene Students who are poor readers early on are highly likely to continue to be poor readers into the secondary grades and beyond Students who engage in behavior problems early on are highly likely to continue to engage in behavior problems into the secondary grades and beyond. Waiting to Fail - Withholding services until problems are pronounced and severe enough to unequivocally warrant services Ineffective response to problem behaviors Reactive, punitive discipline that pays more attention to negative/problem behaviors than positive behaviors Other issues Students underserved Overrepresentation of minority students Unclear diagnostic criteria for students with SLD & ED

How RTI? – “7 Big Ideas”:

How RTI? – “7 Big Ideas” Multiple tiers of academic/behavioral support Service delivery logic of providing a graduated sequence of intensifying interventions in order to match services to student needs Evidence-based / scientifically validated interventions Idea that interventions or supports implemented under an RTI model of behavior are supported by scientific research Universal, proactive screening Systematic process of detecting a subset of students from the entire student population who are struggling academically or behaviorally and are at risk for experiencing a range of short and long term outcomes Progress monitoring Practice that is used to assess students’ academic or behavioral performance and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction

How RTI? – “7 Big Ideas”:

How RTI? – “7 Big Ideas” Treatment integrity Notion that interventions or supports being implemented in an RTI model should be implemented as intended to enable appropriate and legally defensible decision making. Data-based decision-making Critical element of the problem solving process that entails consulting student response data in order to make decisions whether to intensify, keep in place, or remove particular interventions or supports. Problem solving Dynamic and systematic process that guides the team’s behavior in a) identifying the problem b) analyzing the problem c) developing a plan of action d) implementing the plan, and e) evaluating the outcome of the plan

Advantages of RTI:

Advantages of RTI Early identification of learning/behavior problems leading to more effective intervention Conceptualizes the learning/behavior problems from risk rather than deficit model Strong focus on Student Outcomes Focuses on measurable and changeable aspects of instructional environment

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