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					Overview of the RTII Process
    September 20, 2012




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         Let’s Paint a Picture of
              RtII in Dover


Davonna Rickard
Terri Landis
Katrina Rothrock
Ellie Edman
                 District Timeline


l   Hanover team comes to DASD fall of ‘06 to train K-4
    buildings in “sweep” procedure for universal screening.

l   06-07 DIBELS sweeps in 5 buildings K-6

l   Spring 07 IGDIs training for K teachers

l   Summer 07 AIMSweb training prior to school start
                  District Timeline

l   07-08 AIMSweb sweeps (inclusive practices grant) extending
    CBM to math and early numeracy and K readiness skills
     – Progress monitoring done through IST/LS


l   08-09 fall PM training all staff K-6
     – Core Literacy Training K-6 (Dr. Eisenhart)


l  09-10 Performance Tracker
    – Core Literacy Training K-6 (Dr. Eisenhart)
    – STAR Assessments
11-12 - School/District Level Planning Improvement Plan
    Current Practices

l   Sweeps fall, winter, and spring for universal screening
    reading and math for K-6
l   Study Island benchmarking seasonally grades 3-8
l   Additional Out of Level Assessments (CORE)
l   Progress monitoring students below green…..
     – Yellow students monthly, red students weekly
l   Leadership team meetings 3x a year at a minimum
l   Grade level collaboration 3 x a cycle
l   Secondary RtII
   Designing School-Wide Systems for
   Student Success
       Academic Systems                                                 Behavioral Systems

 Intensive, Individual Interventions                                      Intensive, Individual Interventions
 •Individual Students                               1-5%   1-5%           •Individual Students
 •Assessment-based                                                        •Assessment-based
 •High Intensity                                                          •Intense, durable procedures

 Targeted Group Interventions                   5-10%        5-10%                Targeted Group Interventions
 •Some students (at-risk)                                                         •Some students (at-risk)
 •High efficiency                                                                 •High efficiency
 •Rapid response                                                                  •Rapid response




Universal Interventions                80-90%                                              Universal Interventions
                                                                     80-90%
•All students                                                                              •All settings, all students
•Preventive, proactive                                                                     •Preventive, proactive
ADDING TO OUR TRIANGLE

l   GIFTED
l   ESL
l   ALL LEARNERS
A Recent History of Dover Area
 School District’s Curriculum
     Based Assessments
                (And yes…. The
                changes, additions, and
                confusion J)
Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early
Literacy Skills (DIBELS)

 •   Brought to DASD roughly 5+ years ago.
 •   Used for universal screening of academic
     concerns (Reading only)
 •   Intended to be used 3x/year to quickly screen all
     students
 •   Eventually all students K-6 were being screened
     in Reading (intended to be a quicker screening
     than the DRA).
 •   Replaced after only a few years with AIMSweb
                    AIMSweb
l   Was full implemented for the 2007-2008 school year.
l   Replaced DIBELS but screened in a similar way for Reading,
    yet, added the MAZE component.
l   Allowed for benchmarking to occur in Math.
l   Teachers now had the data immediately at their fingertips by
    going to AIMSweb.com
l   Assisted in discussions at Building and Grade Level Team
    Meetings.
l   Used in parent conferences as a graphical representation of
    their child’s performance.
l   CONCERN: Not diagnostic…. Provided somewhat limited
    information …. Only really an indicator.
STAR
•   Product of Renaissance Learning
•   Will effectively replace AIMSweb for Universal
    Screening (however elements of AIMSweb will
    remain)
•   Various components: STAR Early Literacy,
    STAR Reading, STAR Math (STAR Enterprise
    coming soon)
Examples of District Data
Examples of District Data
Response to Instruction and
Intervention Plan….The Beginning

l   RtII Committee was formed and completed
    LIU training with support from school
    psychologists
l   RtII committee met on a regular basis to
    review district data and discuss
l   Intervention Specialist (IST) worked with
    building staff to develop building intervention
    plan
Response to Instruction and
Intervention……2012-2013

l   RtII Committee met to develop a District RtII Plan
    –   Set a definition of RtII as a District
    –   Define a Purpose as a District
    –   Define and Outline Tiers of Instruction and Intervention
    –   Assessment Map
    –   POD/PLC Agendas
    –   Parent Information
    –   Intervention Flow Chart/Behavior Flow Chart
    –   Common Behavior Forms
    –   Continuous development of Secondary RtII
Response to Instruction and
Intervention….2012-2013

l   Roll out the Plan and Follow it!
    –   Each building Principal and Interventionist will roll
        out the updated district plan in multiple settings
    –   Training provided for instructors of specific
        interventions
    –   Intervention Specialist and teachers will refer to
        plan during POD and Collaborative Meetings
    –   RtII Committee will continue to meet and update
        plan as needed
What’s Next:

l   Continue to inform parents of universal
    screening results, progress monitoring, and
    intervention plan
l   Fidelity in Tier III Assessments
l   Parent notification of support offered
l   Communication
    – Wiki and E-Chalk
    http://dasdintervention.wikispaces.com
IN Conclusion: OUR GOAL is …..

l   To create an
    Educational System
    that focuses on
    success for ALL
    LEARNERS!
                   Questions????

Davonna Rickard
Principal, Weigelstown Elementary
Dover Area School District
drickard@doversd.org

Terri Landis
Intervention Specialist, Weigelstown Elementary
Dover Area School District
tlandis@doversd.org

Katrina Rothrock
Intervention Specialist, Leib Elementary
Dover Area School District
krothrock@doversd.org

				
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