Today’s Presenter
Dr. Laurie Goodman
Director of Curriculum
Kingsburg Elementary
School District
Using Multiple Data Sources to Target
the Needs of Students
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Using Multiple Data Sources to Target
the Needs of Students in the Context of
a Professional Learning Community.
Dr. Laurie Goodman
Kingsburg Elementary School District
2010 RTI Virtual Conference
July 26-30
Sponsored by Pearson
Purpose Data in RTI: Acceleration to Grade Level Literacy
Performance with Certainty
• Goals:
• Identify What Types of Data/Information
Sources to Use in the RTI Model
• Identify When to Use the Information
Acquired in the RTI Model
• Identity Who are the Stakeholders in the
RTI Process and How They Can Use the
Information
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Types of Data/Information Sources to Use in
the RTI Model
• A Reading Inventory:
• Developmental Reading Assessment
• Informal Reading Inventory
• Sub-skill Assessments:
• Print Skills: Fluency, Phonics, Phoneme Awareness, Alphabetic
Recognition
• Vocabulary/Concept Knowledge
• Reading Comprehension/Metacognition Strategies
• Classroom Assessments:
• Writing Samples
• Reading Behaviors
• Daily Performance of Literacy Skills
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When to Use the Information Acquired in the RTI
Model
• Daily:
• To Monitor Levels and Goal Attainment
• To Determine Resources Needed and Lesson Planning
• To Inform the Student
• Weekly:
• During PLC Meeting to Set Goals for the Team with
Deployment and Lesson Design
• To Inform Colleagues and Parents
• Monthly:
• To Determine Movement Through in RTI Levels when Goals
are Met
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Stakeholders in the RTI Process and How They Can
Use the Information
• Colleagues in the Professional Learning Community:
• Regrouping for Sub-skill Targeted Instruction
• Calibration of Grade Level Performance Expectations
and Lesson Progression to Grade Level
• Parents and Community Members:
• Continued Practice at Home
• Volunteers for Assistance with Students at School
• District/Central Office:
• Monitor and Track Continued Growth of Time
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Professional Learning Communities and RTI
• PLC’s through Collaboration Ensure the GIFT”Good Instruction the First Time”
• PLC’s using an RTI Model Provide a Sense of
Ownership for All Students at the School and Within
the Grade Level
• Various Talents of Different Teachers Support the
Learning of All Students
• PLC’s Foster a Team of Professionals that Respond
to Intervention with the Purpose of Achievement for
All Students
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Last Words and Questions
• Calendar Out the Assessments that will Monitor and
Track Achievement for the Year with Goal Setting
Imbedded in the Process
• Use Data Sources to Respond to Student Needs
Through Targeted Instruction Using the RTI Model
with Support of Colleagues
• Inform all Stakeholders of Progress and Set New
Goals on a Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Basis
• Questions?
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Questions?
2010 RTI Virtual Conference
July 26-30
Sponsored by Pearson