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Response to Intervention :

Response to Intervention Martha Castillo EDPY-556

What is Response to Intervention?:

What is Response to Intervention? RtI is an assessment and intervention model that can be used to help student in the general education setting succeed. It can also be used to help students with behavioral problems. RtI allows educators to provide students with early intervention to children who are having difficulty learning. RtI is usually demonstrated in a three tiered model. The key component of the RtI model is that it must include scientifically based instruction of increasing intensity (Brown-Chidsey & Steege, P.8). RtI instructors are expected to assess students three times and keep a record of their progress, this allows educators to distinguish which interventions are being effective.

Something to Think About... Are all children the same? Do they all learn the same?:

Something to Think About... Are all children the same? Do they all learn the same? The Mythical Student

The reality is that all students are different; It is up to us as educators to provide the best education possible to struggling students...:

The reality is that all students are different; It is up to us as educators to provide the best education possible to struggling students... The Reality About Many Students

What does RtI look like? :

What does RtI look like? Tier 1: This section reflects the general education curriculum, it is provided to all students. The activities in tier 1 are selected on the basis of effectiveness demonstrated scientific studies (Brown-Chidsey & Steege, P.4) About 80% of students are able to succeed with tier 1 instruction alone, those who can not are then placed into tier 2. Tier 2: Small group interventions are added to this group of students. It is provided in addition to what students are already receiving in tier 1. Tier 3: Students in this group are given intensive interventions, and is reserved for a small set of students. Students who still are still struggling after being given tier 3 assistance are then referred to Special Education

Why do we use progress monitoring?:

Why do we use progress monitoring? In the RtI model, progress monitoring is not optional. It must be done in order to be able to see where students are struggling. There are 3 major reasons to use progress monitoring: To see whether a specific intervention is working To show students the outcomes of their learning and engage them in the intervention To provide information about how best to change you instruction if needed.

Teachers are busy bees... So, how can RtI fit in a busy schedule?:

Teachers are busy bees... So, how can RtI fit in a busy schedule? It is important to have a structured meeting planned to get the RtI process started. As educators we must plan for change and choose the most effective strategies. It is important to designate someone to take charge of the RtI process and make sure everyone is involved. There must be a leader, timekeeper and recorder. Most Importantly it is important to keep teachers, administrators, specialist and parents involved in order for the RtI process to be successful.

Advantages to RtI...:

Advantages to RtI... Early interventions of learning and behavior problems leads to more effective interventions. -Avoids the “waiting to fail” model. There is a strong focus on students outcomes. Interventions being used have been scientifically proven to be effective. RtI can help eliminate the misplacement of students who are being put into special education simply because they learn different.

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