Response to Intervention (RtI)

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S3TAIR (Supporting Successful Strategies To Achieve Improved Results)

The SĀ³TAIR Project, New York's IDEA State Personnel Development Grant, is based on the premises that:
  • Many schools and districts in New York State are providing evidence based effective practices resulting in success for students with disabilities, and
  • These schools' and districts' experiences in implementing and maintaining effective practices can help other schools and districts attempting to improve outcomes for students with disabilities
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Presentations:

Response to Intervention (RTI) --- 07-08.ppt
Response to Intervention (RTI) School Leadership Center.ppt
Our Story.ppt
Response to Intervention (RTI) ESBOCES.ppt
ESBOCESPresentation (full day).pptm


NEW YORK HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTER FOR SYSTEMSCHANGE Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schooling Presentation


Nassau BOCES RtI Presentation (4-23-10).ppt

RtI Jericho.ppt
Lucy, Lucy, Lucy (Downloadable:Lucy,_Lucy,_Lucy.flv)
Funny While You Wait.ppt

AIMSWeb PTA.ppt

Forms:

Initial Meeting


Follow-up Meeting






AIS-IST



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High School Forms:

Initial Referral Protocol and Task List.doc
Instructional Support Team Request.doc
IST Data Collection Form.doc
Tier I Classroom Strategies (Final).doc
Initial Meeting (Parent Invite).doc
Initial Meeting Document.doc
MHS Pyramid.doc

Training: AIMSWeb



Test Schedule and Meetings 2010-2011.xls

AIS / Tiered Support Services:

Memo about AIS services.doc
AIS Plan.doc
AIS Letter.doc
On-Target Letter.doc


Videos:

Mineola Middle School IST



Response to Intervention: A Tiered Approach to Instructing All Students



Conditions that Support Effective Implementation of RtI

RTI at the Secondary Level


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Leadership Network
Within our group we have an incredible range of expertise in RTI implementation. We have 10 active mentor groups with the Leadership Network, but this group is unique in the level of skill and experience. The members of this group come from Vermont, Florida, Illinois. Michigan, Colorodo, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and New York.
We meet almost monthly via tele (or video) conference.
Our First Meeting
Our Second Meeting
Our Third Meeting
Our Fourth Meeting
Our Fifth Meeting
Our Sixth Meeting
The final meeting of the year (June)
January 2011
Assessment for Effective Intervention -

RtI Blog

Resources / References:

Overview of Rti and Aimsweb- memo to staff (2010).doc








Closing the Gap of Claassroom Intervention.pdf
Read Naturally and RtI.pdf

Ehren, B.J., Lenz, B.K. & Deshler, D.D. (2004). Enhancing literacy proficiency in adolescents and young adults. Handbook of language and literacy.

Hardcastle, Beth and Justice, K. __RtI and the Classroom Teacher: A Guide for Fostering Teacher Buy in and Supporting the Intervention Process__. LRP Publications

McCook, John. (2006). The RTI Guide: Developing and Implementing a Model in Your Schools. LRP Publications.

Moje, E.B. (2006). Motivating texts, motivating contexts, motivating adolescents: an examination of the role of motivation in adolescent literacy practices and development. Perspectives, 32 (3)

Pajares, F., & Urdan, T. (2005). Academic motivation of adolescents. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Websites:

www.interventioncentral.org

www.rtiactionnetwork.org

www.whatworksclearinghouse.org

http://www.nysrti.org/


NYSED Resources:

1. Implementation of Response to Intervention Programs (April 2008)
2. Parent Guide to RtI

3. Response to Intervention - Guidance for New York State School Districts - October 2010

4. A Response to Intervention (RtI) Process Cannot Be Used to Delay or Deny an Evaluation for Eligibility under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

Articles & Research:




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