|Long Beach Island Board of Education Special Meeting: In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975 c. 231 this is to advise that the Long Beach Island Board of Education will hold a special meeting on June 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Ethel Jacobsen School at 200 Barnegat Avenue, Surf City, NJ 08008 for the purpose of Personnel and Attorney/Client Privilege and will contain executive session. Action may or may not be taken.|
Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-tier approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs. The RTI process begins with
high-quality instruction and universal screening of all children in the general education classroom. Struggling learners are provided with interventions at increasing levels of intensity to accelerate their rate of learning. These services may be provided by a variety of personnel, including general education teachers, special educators, and specialists.
|Tiers of Intervention||Helpful Websites|
Tier III Students who are not making adequate progress at Tier II will receive Tier III interventions. Tier III interventions include intensive instruction, specific to the student’s highest area(s) of need. Tier III should only represent 1-5% of the population. Tier III interventions are provided by the classroom teachers as well as specialists in the specific area of skill deficit.
|Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics (RtI)|
Tier II Based on academic school-wide screening, students who are not meeting grade level benchmarks and for whom Tier I interventions are not supportive enough will receive Tier II interventions. They receive the same instruction as students in Tier 1 as well as targeted interventions. Tier II represents 5-10% of the population. Tier II interventions are provided by the classroom teacher as well as support staff when necessary.
|RTI Action Network|
Tier I ALL students receive Tier I interventions, also know as “Best Practices.” Tier I interventions will be successful with 80- 90% of the student population. Classroom teachers provide Tier I interventions and supports.
http://www.pbisworld.com : Resources for each Tier and data tracking. Step by step instructions, examples and templates to use. A stand-alone tool for the team.
http://www.rti4success.org/ : This website has great articles and videos on beginning RTI trainings. Also has various data tracking charts.
http://www.rtinetwork.org/k-5 : Resources for grades K-5
http://www.Interventioncentral.org : Another resource that is full of resources on every tier. This is my go to website on a variety of topics and a resource that was recommended by an RTI intense school.
http://www.csd.k12.wi.us/staff/tier2interventions.cfm : Tier 2 interventions for struggling students in a variety of subject areas.
https://www.rtimdirect.com/pdf/Tier2Intervention.pdf : A great resource with examples of tier 2 interventions and instructions
http://www.corwin.com/upm-data/34841_Collier_RTI_for_Diverse_Learners_Ch1.pdf : Tier 1 article on instruction for diverse learners and ELL
http://www.elmiracityschools.com/uploadeddocs/2009ilwresponsetointervention.pdf : Resources specific to the school district but could be utilized at LBI as well. I looked at this as an example for some different ideas.