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Response to Intervention (RTI)


Response to Intervention (RTI)



MAKING TIME AT TIER 2

Creating a Supplemental Intervention Period in Secondary Schools

By Mike Mattos

Give every student the help and enrichment they need. Take a look inside two schools to discover the innovative ways they developed systematic interventions programs. Discover practical strategies to build Tier 2 intervention and enrichment periods into the school day, and learn how to work in collaborative teams to create targeted interventions and overcome implementation challenges to ensure all students are successful.

  • Learn how to revise schedules to build intervention periods without extending the school day.
  • Understand the challenges to creating intervention time, and gain tips to overcome them.
  • Recognize the elements that define an effective intervention program.
  • Observe educators discussing and developing systematic interventions to guarantee that all students learn at high levels.
  • Explore how to create intervention and extension periods through activities

    DVD / 2014 / 49 minutes

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    ON SOLID GROUND

    How PLC Practices Create the Foundation for a Successful Intervention Program

    By Mike Mattos

    Decades of research have demonstrated that all students can learn at high levels and that schools control the factors that make it possible. In this breakout session, Mike shows how professional learning community practices provide the foundation for a successful intervention program and offers practical, effective strategies for beginning to build that foundation. Discover straightforward practices for planning and self-assessment that create successful intervention programs.


    DVD (With CD) / 2011 / 76 minutes

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    PRACTICAL LOOK AT RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION, A

    By Mike Mattos

    A system in which struggling students must fail before they can receive additional support is being replaced by comprehensive systems of interventions. In this breakout session, Mike provides an accessible survey of response to intervention systems and explains how RTI, combined with a professional learning community foundation, creates a powerful system for achieving high levels of learning for all students.


    DVD (With CD) / 2011 / 78 minutes

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    PYRAMID RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION

    Four Essential Guiding Principles

    By: Austin Buffum, Mike Mattos, Chris Weber

    Shift to a culture of collective responsibility, and ensure a path of opportunity and success for your students. Focusing on the four Cs vital to student achievement, this powerful four-part program will help you collect targeted information on each student's individual needs, while offering important learning leverage points. Perfect for self-hosted workshops, this resource will help you create encouraging and efficient team structures in your school.

  • Connect the ongoing processes of RTI within a PLC to improve teaching and ensure that all students learn at high levels.
  • Harness the winning strategies of teachers and administrators from five schools that successfully implemented RTI to build team structures for collaboration.
  • Leverage tips from real team meetings, classroom interactions, and RTI experts to lead the shift to a culture of collective responsibility.
  • Develop a system of convergent assessment to identify students for intervention, determine needs, monitor progress, and intervene or extend learning based on progress.

    4 DVDs / 2011 / 88 minutes

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    IMPLEMENTING RTI IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENTS AND THE THREE -TIERED APPROACH 1

    In Program One, meet Ra-Shaan, an entering high school freshman, and watch as she and her classmates experience (RTI) from the student's perspective. Classroom scenes show how teachers, administrators, and specialists use the results of universal screening and diagnostic tests in a problem-solving activity known as Five Reasons Deep analysis. See how a collaborative team designs specific interventions targeting to the root causes of low achievement. And delve into a three-tiered instructional intervention that features research-based strategies for:

  • Tier 1 classrooms that meet the needs of most students.
  • Tier 2 classrooms for students needing interventions of moderate intensity.
  • Tier 3 classes for small groups of students in need of longer and more frequent interventions.

    DVD / 2010 / 45 minutes

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    IMPLEMENTING RTI IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: IMPLEMENTING INTERVENTIONS AND BUILDING RESOURCES 2

    In Program Two go in-depth into the problem solving process that helps Ra-Shaan with her reading troubles. Experience the team approach as teachers, specialists, Ra-Shaan, and her mother meet and come up with innovative strategies to use both in the classroom and at home to help her achieve success. Then see how educators can use online resources and an expert pool of teachers to monitor progress and ensure that strategies help all their students overcome learning gaps.

    DVD / 2010 / 45 minutes

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    LEARNING CPR

    Creating Powerful Responses When Students Don't Learn

    By Austin Buffum

    The most significant difference between a traditional school and a PLC school is how it responds when students don't learn. Dr. Buffum advocates for a tiered system of intervention, which provides both the supplemental and intensive support every school needs for a successful RTI program. Learn how to create a highly effective intervention program and gain practical, proven intervention ideas that are timely, targeted, and systematic.


    DVD (With CD) / 2010 / 70 minutes

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    TIERS WITHOUT TEARS

    A Systematic Approach to Implementing RTI in PLC Schools

    By Austin Buffum

    A school's implementation of RTI should be targeted, timely, and systematic. An intervention can serve multiple tiers of students when staff make it intensive and based on collective responses rather than on the views of individual teachers. Dr. Buffum explains how universal screening devices, diagnostic assessments, and progress monitoring tools align the work of PLCs through RTIˇXwithout being "just more testing."


    DVD (With CD) / 2010 / 61 minutes

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    MORE TIME TO TEACH: MANAGING CONFLICT WITH STUDENTS

    When teachers and students are in conflict, the teacher's response will often determine whether the situation escalates or de-escalates. MANAGING CONFLICT WITH STUDENTS gives teachers the tools to respond to conflict situations in a way that keeps problems small. Designed for general/special education teachers, administrators, and university instructors, MANAGING CONFLICT will reduce classroom disruptions, improve school atmosphere, and bring the joy back to teaching.

    DVD / 2009 / (Educators) / Approx. 20 minutes

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    RTI & DI - THE DYNAMIC DUO

    By Lynn Heintzman and Helene Hanson

    Response to Intervention (RTI) and Differentiated Instruction (DI) are two powerful approaches for addressing the needs of all learners. They share many common elements, perhaps the most significant of which is their student-centered focus and utilization of on-going assessments to inform decision-making and facilitate good instruction. RTI, as a multi-tiered framework, uses a problem-solving process to match the needs of students to research-based interventions. DI is a way to plan/deliver curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners. It is through DI that RTI can be successfully implemented. Indeed, RTI and TI are truly the "dynamic duo!"

    This DVD will help you learn how to effectively differentiate instruction in TIER 1 (core curriculum instruction) and TIER 2 (targeted instruction) stages of RTI. A range of strategies are demonstrated, such as the use of flexible grouping, support staff, continuous progress monitoring and data collection.


    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2009 / 37 minutes

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    POWER OF RTI, THE: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

    By Jim Wright

    Response to Intervention is an effective method for helping struggling learners achieve academic success. The good news is that RTI can also be a powerful management approach to challenging behaviors in the classroom.

    Jim Wright, widely renowned authority on RTI and author of the national best seller, RTI Toolkit: A Practical Guide for Schools, presents powerful strategies for structuring classroom routines that minimize opportunities for student misbehavior. He focuses on TIER I techniques which address:

  • Classroom rules, routines, and schedules
  • Positive behavioral expectations
  • Simple strategies to manage defiant and con-compliant students
  • Targeted use of rewards and feedback
  • Structured lessons to incorporate meaningful student choices
  • Management of daily classroom transitions

    In addition to Tier I strategies, Wright provides constructive and positive approaches to address student misbehavior, if and when it occurs. Learn how to implement RTI to create optimal learning environments with a minimum of discipline and behavior problems.


    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / (Grades K-6) / 68 minutes

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    RTI TACKLES READING

    By Karen Kemp

    This production addresses the five essential components of reading achievement as identified by the National Reading Panel and NCLB - phonetic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, text comprehension. It demonstrates how a Response to Intervention (RTI) model can be used to assist students in the acquisition of reading skills in the general education classroom, thus substantially reducing the number of referrals to special education.

    Ms. Kemp, innovative educator and national presenter, identifies specific strategies that can be used in reading instruction. Observe general education classrooms where effective RTI is being implemented, and learn how a district has moved separate and independent systems of special education and general education toward a unified and effective collaborative model that embraces all students.


    DVD / 2008 / 30 minutes

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    RTI: CREATE YOUR OWN RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION

    RtI is not a law; RtI is a way forward. And it is time to act. For two years the publisher has kept the RtI movement on its radar. We waited to act until we could find distinct yet complimentary approaches to Response to Intervention (RtI) and Early Intervening Services (EIS) that have demonstrated results in differing types of schools. After viewing you'll be better able to create a response to intervention that fits your school. There is over 2 hours of footage and step-by- step instruction. Featuring National education consultant Dr. Alan Coulter. He offers ways for preventing chronic student and school failure.

    Principals, master teachers and consultants in Illinois and Michigan will demonstrate two approaches - the protocol and problem-solving approaches that meet the intent and spirit of IDEIA 2004. Coulter compares and contrasts the two approaches so teachers, principals and central office leaders construct their own approach based on RtI or EIS, that meets their school's context and needs; staff commitments; and starting point. One superintendent called RtI "an embedded school improvement model focused on prevention."

    You will gain:
  • Knowledge of RtI core principles
  • Awareness of 2 approaches: Protocol & Problem-Solving
  • Appreciation for collaborative consultation
  • Familiarity with problem solving teams
  • Mastery of integrating a multi-tier approach
  • Understanding of the challenges of implementation

    Review
  • "The DVD is a worthy product that will be very helpful to American schools. There is a massive amount of misinformation and "folk information" around that only serves to confuse. The Forum team has done an excellent job of capturing the essence of what makes RtI work. Compelling!" - James Tucker, McKee Chair of Excellence in Learning, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

    2 DVDs / 2007 / 195 minutes

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    RTI TACKLES THE LD EXPLOSION: A GOOD IDEA BECOMES LAW

    By: Karen Norlander, Esq.& Karen A. Kemp

    What is RTI, and who is truly learning disabled? According to the research that prompted changes to the IDEA in 2004, 50% of children identified as students with disabilities in the United States are identified with learning disabilities. Of those, 70 to 80% would never have been identified if only they had been effectively taught to read.

    Determined to tackle the LD explosion, Congress introduced a whole new approach for identifying children with learning disabilities. While it authorizes an assessment of a child's response to research-based reading instruction in regular education ˇX referred to as *Response to Intervention (RTI) ˇX as a prerequisite to referral, it eliminates continued reliance on the now discredited discrepancy model.

    Learn how these seemingly minor changes in federal law place new and far reaching demands on the entire school community and how they serve as a powerful catalyst designed to redefine the roles and responsibilities of special education and general education in tackling illiteracy.


    DVD / 2006 / 32 minutes

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    PROBLEM SOLVING IN RTI: A COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING KIT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL INTERVENTION TEAMS

    This complete professional development 5 DVD training kit offers a full overview of an easy-to-implement problem solving process that elementary school teams can use to meet the needs of struggling students and reduce inappropriate and disproportionate referrals for special education evaluation. National professional development trainer Renae Azziz Ed.S., NCSP provides strategies based on current research and step-by-step instructions to teach teams to:

    Use a 5 step problem solving process to:

  • Identify and prioritize student concerns
  • Develop effective intervention plans
  • Utilize data to determine responsiveness

    Build collaborative interactions and relationships between educators, parents, and students. Increase communication and coordination among staff in special education and general education. Develop and implement focused response to intervention team training with research-based interventions to meet the unique needs of students at the first signs of difficulty. Systematically use data to determine student needs and level of improvement, thereby reducing inappropriate and disproportionate referrals for special education evaluation.


    5 DVDs (With Workbook, CD)

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    PROBLEM SOLVING IN RTI: A COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING KIT FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL INTERVENTION TEAMS

    This complete professional development 5 DVD training kit, offers a full overview of an easy-to-implement problem solving process that secondary school teams can use to meet the needs of struggling students and reduce inappropriate and disproportionate referrals for special education evaluation. National professional development trainer Renae Azziz Ed.S., NCSP provides strategies based on current research and step-by-step instructions to teach teams to:

    Use a 5 step problem solving process to:

  • Identify and prioritize student concerns
  • Develop effective intervention plans
  • Utilize data to determine responsiveness

    Structure a consultation model that works effectively at the secondary level. Increase communication and coordination among staff in special education and general education. Develop and implement focused response to intervention team training , research-based interventions to meet the unique needs of students at the first signs of difficulty. Systematically use data to determine student needs and level of improvement, thereby reducing inappropriate and disproportionate referrals for special education evaluation.


    5 DVDs (With Workbook, CD)

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    RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION: AN EASY TRAINING KIT FOR TEACHERS ON IMPLEMENTING RTI IN THE CLASSROOM

    This complete professional development training kit offers a full overview of a response to intervention framework that teachers can use to help all students meet or exceed academic and behavior standards. National professional development trainer Renae Azziz Ed.S., NCSP provides strategies based on current research and step-by-step instructions to help:

  • Reduce inappropriate referrals to special education
  • Move teachers away from a wait to fail model of instruction
  • Rely on assessment data to improve instruction
  • Develop an overall awareness of the essential components of Response to Intervention

    DVD (With Workbook, CD)

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