RTI (Response to Intervention) is a way of collecting data about the effectiveness of a research-based intervention used to support a student
Click Here for a 5 minute TEACHER video about "How to RTI"
Click Here for a 2 minute PARENT video from Bill Sky about RTI
In short: RTI is data collection to see if an intervention is working
1 Defined problem
(why is the kid struggling)?
ex: poor reading comprehension
1 Research Based Intervention
(a program /exercise that has been proven and published)
ex: Orton-Gillingham or Wilson Reading
See Tier II Academic Interventions
1 Progress Monitor =
(how to measure the success of the intervention)
See below progress monitoring tools
Did the intervention work?
If success increased by 15 points or more = yes
Ok, so now get started. All you need for RTI is in the document below:
Reading Progress Monitoring Tools
Math Progress Monitoring Tools
Writing Progress Monitoring Tools
Behavioral Progress Monitoring Tools