RtI Jeopardy Game PowerPoint 1

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					General     Universal       Targeted     Intensive
                                                       Bonus
              Level          Level         Level




  1            1              1            1            1
      1-1             2-1          3-1           4-1        5-1




  2            2              2            2            2
      1-2             2-2          3-2           4-2        5-2




  3            3              3            3            3
      1-3             2-3          3-3           4-3        5-3




  4            4              4            4            4
      1-4             2-4          3-4           4-4        5-4




  5            5              5            5            5
      1-4             2-4          3-4           4-4        5-4
                        1-1




    _____ practices are implemented with
      fidelity to create a unified system of
   support that promotes achievement for all
                     students.




Show       Response to Intervention (RtI)   Return to
Answer                                       Menu
                      1-3




    Allocation of staff is ________ across
        educational roles in response to
            availability and expertise.




Show                flexible            Return to
Answer                                   Menu
                        1-4




_________is based on a problem-solving
model and aims to prevent inappropriate
behavior through teaching and reinforcing
appropriate behaviors. It is a process that is
consistent with the core principles of RtI.




         Positive Behavioral Intervention &
Show              Supports (PBIS)             Return to
Answer                                         Menu
                            1-2




 __________ __________ is a systematic process
for assessment of all children within a given grade,
     school building, or school district on critical
  academic and/or social–emotional skills. It yields
data to make decisions about needed enhancements in the
core curriculum, instruction and/or educational environment
and about which students may need additional assessment
     and/or supplemental or intensive intervention and
     instruction beyond what is provided through core
   programming. It is typically done two (but sometimes
                   three) times per year.
                             .

Show            Universal Screening                 Return to
Answer                                               Menu
                       1-5




               True or False.

    Response to Intervention is a special
             education reform.




                      False

Show         RtI is education reform!   Return to
Answer                                   Menu
                      2-1




  The Universal Level provides a coherent
   and viable core curriculum that embeds
    ongoing monitoring for ____ students.




                    ALL
Show     This is called the Universal   Return to
Answer                                   Menu
                Core Program.
                      2-2




   This is the process of designing lesson
     plans that meet the needs of the entire
    range of learners in the classroom; such
     planning includes learning objectives,
     grouping practices, teaching methods,
   varied assignments, and varied materials
      chosen based on student skill levels,
   interest levels, and learning preferences.

Show      Differentiated Instruction    Return to
Answer                                   Menu
                         2-3



                True or False.
  One of the most important steps a school
    can take to improve its core program is
  providing accommodations for any student
         that may need them, providing
  differentiated instruction and small, flexible
                 group activities.
                       TRUE
         The Universal Core program must
             include a component that
         specializes instruction and learning
Show       based on individual needs and        Return to
Answer        groups’ disparate needs.           Menu
                      2-4



              True or False.

Schools are encouraged to apply universal
    screening (for all students) through
 assessment measures two to three times a
                    year

                     True
         Screenings should be used to
         guide our core instruction and
Show     preventative interventions for   Return to
Answer             students.               Menu
                       2-5




  Our Core Universal Program should meet
      the needs of ____ of our students.


                      80%
         A school that has significantly
         less than 75% of its students
            at or above grade-level
          proficiency has a universal
         core program problem, not an
Show         intervention problem.         Return to
Answer                                      Menu
                      3-1




                True or False.
   Targeted interventions are supports that
     augment the universal core program.
     They are often implemented in small-
       group but may be individualized.



Show                True               Return to
Answer                                  Menu
                      3-2




 At the targeted level, instruction _________
              the core instruction.




                  supplements
          The non-responders from the
Show
         Universal Level are focused on.   Return to
Answer                                      Menu
                    3-3




The RtI Team is a problem-solving group
        of school professionals that:
a) Assess concerns about referred students
  b) Review base-line data that has been
                    collected
 c) Set projected outcomes & methods for
              progress monitoring
    d) Design specific intervention plans
 e) Reviews & monitors intervention plans
             f) All of the above
Show                                 Return to
Answer                                Menu
            f) All of the above
                      3-4




  This is always part of the targeted level to
   assure that the intervention is meeting the
             identified student need.




Show          Progress Monitoring       Return to
Answer                                   Menu
                           3-5




                True or False.
 Students can receive targeted interventions
    in place of the universal core program.


                         False
            Targeted interventions should not
         supplant the core curriculum but instead
          should supplement it. Students should
         not miss the core instruction but instead
            receive support in addition to this
Show                   instruction.                Return to
Answer                                               Menu
                     4-1




During the Intensive Level, this may need to
              happen more often




Show       Progress Monitoring         Return to
Answer                                  Menu
                      4-2




               True or False.
The intensive level is only special education.




           False (Tier 3 is the most
                intense level of
           intervention provided to
Show          students in general       Return to
Answer            education.)            Menu
                    4-3




    An intensive intervention is highly
    _________, structured and explicit
     instruction in an area of identified
                    need.


Show
              individualized         Return to
Answer                                Menu
                    4-5




     The inability to close the gap may
       indicate a need for ________.




              Referral to the
Show        EVALUATION TEAM         Return to
Answer                               Menu
                    4-4




  Increased interventions take place when
    _______, _________, and/or ________
                  increase.


           Intensity, frequency
             and/or duration

Show                                 Return to
Answer                                Menu
                                        5-1




                    True or False.
          The outcome and intent of RTI is
          identification, and therefore special
         education remains its own entity that
         "occurs" subsequent to "trying RTI."


           False (There are two overarching goals of RTI. The
             first is to deliver evidence-based interventions and the
           second is to use students’ response to those interventions
           as a basis for determining instructional needs and intensity.
Show        Special education eligibility decisions can be a product of    Return to
                      these efforts, but is not the primary goal.)
Answer                                                                      Menu
                        5-2




                True or False.
   RTI is a dramatic redesign of general and
               special education.



                      True
           General and special education
         both require change. RtI supports
          the reform needed if schools are
           going to make AYP targets and
Show       meet the needs of all students.   Return to
Answer                                        Menu
                     5-3




 ___________ is a basic course/program of
    study deemed critical and usually made
    mandatory for all students of a school or
     school system. It is often instituted by
   curriculum committees or curriculum task
  force committees, supporting requirements
   set by the state department of education.
   It must be scientific and research-based.



Show     Universal Core Curriculum     Return to
Answer                                  Menu
                    5-4




 Steps of the ________ _________ ______

           1. Identify the problem
  2. Analyze why the problem is happening
              3. Develop a plan
            4. Implement a plan
             5. Evaluate a plan

Show
         Problem Solving Process     Return to
Answer                                Menu
                            5-5



                   True or False.

  Students can move back and forth across
     the levels of universal, targeted and
                   intensive.

                          True
         Students should move across the levels
          based on their success (response) or
         difficulty (minimal response) at the level
          where they are receiving intervention,
Show        i.e., according to their documented       Return to
Answer          progress based on the data.            Menu

				
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