Math RtI Overview

# Math RtI Overview

## Math RtI Overview

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1. Math RtI Overview

2. How does Delta Math support early intervention in Math?(A.K.A. - Math RtI)

3. Executive Summary • Purpose: To help your teachers better understand the process of early intervention and math RtI. Team Handout

4. Components of an RtI Model • Universal or school-wide screening measures • Multi-tiered service delivery for ALL students • Progress Monitoring • Data-based decision making Response to Intervention in Mathematics Executive Summary, p. 3, ¶ 4.

5. Component 1 - Universal Screening • What is it? • Reliable, valid, individual or group assessment (accurate) • Brief, low-cost, repeatable and easy to administer (efficient) • Aligned to the curriculum (relevant) • Sensitive to incremental student growth (sensitive) • Give a cut-point or a benchmark goal (meaningful)

6. Delta Math Screener Resources

7. Intensive Intervention Individualized, highly specific 5-10% Targeted Intervention Supplemental, some students, reduce risk 15-20% Universal Prevention Core Instruction, all students, preventive, proactive 80% Component 2 - Multi-Tiered Support All Students in School

8. Delta Math Multi-Tiered Support Recommended for Tier 3 when student does not respond to Tier 2 interventions. Compare numbers to 30 Identify one more thana number from 2 to 10 Compose and decomposenumbers from 2 to 10 Understand numbers to 30 as having groups of tens and some ones Count to 100 by tens Relate #s and quantities to 30

9. Component 3 - Progress monitoring Gives the teacher information on whether (or not) a student is benefiting from instructional strategies as well as whether the student is on-track to reach his or her learning goal Provides frequent data to guide instructional decisions Must align with the overall goal of the intervention

10. Delta Math Progress Monitoring 4th Grade Quick Check

11. Data-based Decision Making • Screening/Diagnostic Data • Used to identify students who may need additional help. • Determines what students can and cannot do within a certain skill set to pinpoint intervention needs. • Progress Monitoring • Used to create flexible intervention groups and to verify that the students is making progress towards an established goal.

12. Data Math Decision Making Support • Building Intervention Groups • Who needs additional help for each learning target? • Determining Intervention Levels • Should an intervention be delivered to all students as a Tier 1 intervention, or to small Tier 2 intervention groups? • Progress Monitoring • Does a student need explicit instruction or targeted practice? • Core Instruction • What are the strengths and weaknesses of your math program?

13. The 11th Commandment Thou shall not address inadequate Tier I (Core) through Tier II and Tier III supports alone. D. Tilly

14. Executive Summary • Purpose: To help your teachers better understand the process of early intervention and math RtI. Team Handout

15. Team Time: Focused Discussion • Please take 5 minutes to discuss what your building is already implementing within the RtI framework? • Note: You may record your current RtI actions in the “Summary of each tool“ column of the Think Sheet. Team Handout