Provides an overview of how to apply a systems approach to the implementation of RtI (Response to Intervention) as part of the school improvement process. Also incorporates Plan-Do-Study-Act improvement cycles into the RtI model in order to minimize Tier 2 interventions and keep Tier 1 at a maximum.
Response to Intervention
Purpose: The purpose of this workshop is to provide a guide for districts and schools in applying a systems approach to the implementation of Rtl (Response to Intervention) as part of the school improvement process.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Explain the connection of Response to Intervention (RtI) to student learning and the school improvement process.
- Proactively focus on the development and continuous improvement of classroom learning systems as the most effective strategy for keeping Tier 1 percentages high and Tier 2 percentages at a minimum.
- Create an action plan for implementing and monitoring the progress of the district and/or school’s RtI approach.
- Apply the Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycle (PDSA) to the continuous improvement of the research based, high-yield instructional strategies and supporting activities incorporated in the district and/or school’s RtI model.
- Monitor the fidelity of implementation of RtI.
District and building leadership teams
Successful completion of basic training in continuous improvement
Required Materials for Participants:
- A Systems Approach to RtI Participant Workbook
Additional Materials That Should Be Considered to Support Participant Learning: