Response to Intervention at Work 1-Day Institute - Part 1

Details

The RTI at Work™ approach is built upon the PLC at Work® framework. It offers powerful, research-based practices (tools) to help a Professional Learning Communities at Work school or system ensure that all students learn at high levels.

Response To Intervention (RTI) is not a series of implementation steps to cross off a list but a way of thinking about how educators can ensure each child receives the time and support needed to achieve success. This one-day basic overview is for teams who have had PLC at Work training or are interested in how RTI at Work builds upon the PLC at Work framework.

Participants will leave with a basic understanding of RTI at Work and the Three Tiers of the Pyramid. Having common knowledge, common language and common expectations around the PLC at Work process and RTI at Work is critical in deep sustained implementation.

1. At your school/system, can targeted students receive Tier 1 (access to grade-level essential curriculum), Tier 2 (extra support in mastering grade-level essential curriculum), and Tier 3 (intensive remediation in foundational skills)? If not, why not?
2. Has your school/system used the PLC process to create a guaranteed and viable curriculum? Do all students have access to these grade-level essential standards at Tier 1? Do these standards drive Tier 2 interventions? If not, why not?
3. Do common assessment results determine staff assignments for interventions? Do your most at-risk students have access to the best trained staff in their areas of need? If not, why not?

Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Learn about how a leadership team/guiding coalition needs to be in place to steer the shift to a culture of collective responsibility.
  • Understand how collaborative teacher teams take the lead to define essential learnings.
  • Be introduced to the concept of the intervention team, which addresses complex issues such as motivation, attendance and behaviour.
  • Be given an overview of the RTI at Work Pyramid and introduced to the essential actions of each of the three teams at Tiers 1, 2 and 3

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020JAC
Session Session 1 - 8:45am - 10:30am
Day Day 4
Topic Intervention

The RTI at Work™ approach is built upon the PLC at Work® framework. It offers powerful, research-based practices (tools) to help a Professional Learning Communities at Work school or system ensure that all students learn at high levels.

Response To Intervention (RTI) is not a series of implementation steps to cross off a list but a way of thinking about how educators can ensure each child receives the time and support needed to achieve success. This one-day basic overview is for teams who have had PLC at Work training or are interested in how RTI at Work builds upon the PLC at Work framework.

Participants will leave with a basic understanding of RTI at Work and the Three Tiers of the Pyramid. Having common knowledge, common language and common expectations around the PLC at Work process and RTI at Work is critical in deep sustained implementation.

1. At your school/system, can targeted students receive Tier 1 (access to grade-level essential curriculum), Tier 2 (extra support in mastering grade-level essential curriculum), and Tier 3 (intensive remediation in foundational skills)? If not, why not?
2. Has your school/system used the PLC process to create a guaranteed and viable curriculum? Do all students have access to these grade-level essential standards at Tier 1? Do these standards drive Tier 2 interventions? If not, why not?
3. Do common assessment results determine staff assignments for interventions? Do your most at-risk students have access to the best trained staff in their areas of need? If not, why not?

Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Learn about how a leadership team/guiding coalition needs to be in place to steer the shift to a culture of collective responsibility.
  • Understand how collaborative teacher teams take the lead to define essential learnings.
  • Be introduced to the concept of the intervention team, which addresses complex issues such as motivation, attendance and behaviour.
  • Be given an overview of the RTI at Work Pyramid and introduced to the essential actions of each of the three teams at Tiers 1, 2 and 3