This training will delve deeply into effective implementation of Response to Intervention (RtI). RtI is the practice of:
The training will also present a practical organizer that optimizes learning success for ALL students. Using a matrix format, the session will address the key aspects that influence teacher efficacy and student learning success. For each tier of intervention, the matrix format will integrate and define these key aspects: Academic Learning Time, Teaching-Learning Strategies, Assessment, Placement, Advancement, and In-Class Coaching.
All students. Preventative and proactive. Responsive, quality instruction with ongoing progress monitoring within the general education classroom.
Some students. Support that supplements but does not supplant the core curriculum and is based on student needs as identified by ongoing progress monitoring. Skills mastery and frequent assessment.
Few students (theoretically). Intensive and comprehensive intervention. Replaces core. High Intensity, in-depth skills analysis. Structure includes direct, interactive instruction, mastery strategies, and scaffolds. Frequent assessment.
Training will allow participants to discuss the successes and potential pitfalls associated with providing and supporting effective Responses to Intervention for all students. How do I place students? What do I do with Special Education? How do I select my teachers? How do I schedule students, especially at the middle and high schools?