District RTI 2 _guide q2

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District Response to Instruction and Intervention

Reflection and Planning

Our goal

By 2017, the RTI

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Framework will reduce the number of students scoring below basic on the

NAEP.

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Guiding Question

Four: How do I create

a space for skills instruction to occur regularly for all students at different grade levels and with different needs?

Guiding Question

One: How do you use

data? What are your sources of data? What data do you use when?

Guiding Question

Three: How are

interventions different than what happens during regular instruction?

Guiding Question

Two: How do you

ensure that RTI

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Material Walk Through

Next Steps Action Planning Toolkit

Agenda (p. 3-4)

Four Guided Question section tabs

Discussion protocol

Notes page

Discussion Tool, SWOT, Guided Question Planning

Resources (p. 15)

Next Steps Action Planning documents tab

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Our Guiding Principles

1. Leadership at the state, district, and building level is essential for ensuring the success of ALL students throughout the RTI

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Framework

2. A culture of collaboration that is focused on student achievement, for both struggling and advancing students, should include educators, families and communities

3. RTI

2 is a process focused on prevention and early intervention that uses assessment data for instruction, intervention and transitions between tiers

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Norms

1. Respect for diverse needs of district teams in whole group discussions.

2. Engage fully and avoid personal technology use.

3. Use planned agenda items fully and respect the air time of whole group to ensure agenda timeline is followed.

3. Transparent collaboration during district work time and whole group discussions.

4. Utilize work time effectively to clarify district needs and plan steps to move forward.

5. Parking Lot for unanswered questions and return answers sent through CORE office in one week.

Objectives

Develop/revise an RTI

2 action plan with clear next steps that is tailored to district capacity and meets state requirements.

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The why of RTI

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Rucker-Stewart Middle School student

Sumner County

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Guiding Question Two:

you ensure that RTI

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How do is running

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Discussion Scenario Two

1. We need five volunteers.

2. Then, turn to the discussion scenario on page 28 of your Action

Planning Toolkit.

3. Role Play

4. Discuss the questions provided.

5. Think about suggestions for this team on how to improve this planning meeting.

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Data Team Levels

District level teams

Responsibilities:

• ensure the fidelity of the RTI

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• work to organize professional development

• set and monitor timelines for implementation

• guide the implementation of RTI

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School based teams

Responsibilities:

make data-based decisions

• evaluate effectiveness of instruction and intervention based on school level data review and discuss all student data and student attendance in interventions align interventions to specific area(s) of deficit for each student ensure that interventions are implemented with integrity

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How do we determine fidelity?

Fidelity of Intervention Delivery

Data collected:

comparative groups of student progress monitoring data, walk through observation checks, intervention lesson plans, and overarching student transition data

Note: walk through observation vs TEAM observation

Use:

determine if the intervention is being delivered effectively.

Fidelity of Student Placement

Data collected:

individual student progress monitoring data, analysis of rate of improvement, attendance in intervention, student behavior, student social and emotional needs

Use:

determine if student’s rate of improvement is showing adequate progress

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Why do we determine fidelity?

Tier I Instruction

Tier II/III Intervention

TEAM

Observations

Mastery

Assessments

Ensuring Core

Curriculum

Effectiveness

Student

Achievement of grade level curriculum

Walk Through

Observation

Progress Monitoring

Ensuring Intervention

Curriculum

Effectiveness

Student

Growth towards skill mastery

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What does fidelity look like for school data teams?

Tier II think “targeted” fidelity

Student data as targeted group

Student data as individual

Lesson Plans

Walk through observations

Tier III think “intensive” fidelity

Student data as small group

Student data as individual

Consistent walk through observation data

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District Discussion Time

1. Discussion Protocol

(p. 31)

• analyze the existing data tools

• what are you using the data results for

• how the data drives decisions for different tiers of instruction

2. SWOT Protocol

(p. 35)

• what are the strengths of using data

• where are your gaps

• how can you use your strengths to

• overcome your gaps what are threats to success

15 minutes

End

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SWOT Sharing

1. Count off at table and move to numbered group.

2. Share with mixed group.

3. Return to district group to share experiences from other districts.

4. Prepare post it for shared.

5. Move to the Post It note that matches your number and share with others.

Strengths Weaknesses

Opportunities Threats

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Action Planning

(p. 36 and p. 144)

1. Resources Walk (p. 37)

2. Planning

3. A Focus on Key Messages and

General Rules of Practice

20 minutes

End

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Contact Information

Suzanne Keefe,

Director of Special Projects

[email protected]

Lisa Coons,

Deputy Director of Instructional Leadership Support

[email protected]

[email protected]

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