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RI MTSS: Data Based Decision Making in Tiered Intervention

RI MTSS: Data Based Decision Making in Tiered Intervention

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Author: Nicole Bucka
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This tutorial is intended as a booster to several days of MTSS training, a tool for coach or administrative preview/review, and is not recommended to replace the in depth and much more thorough training and coaching.

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Tutorial

Part 1: Introduction (10:28)

Additional Resource: RI MTSS Data Use Series

Part 2: Intervention Entrance, Exit, and Movement Decision Rules (7:31)

Resource: Tier 2 Targeted Group Intervention Rubric

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Source: Adapted from National Center on Intensive Intervention (April, 2014). Designing Intensive Interventions for Students With Significant and Persistent Academic Needs. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, National Center on Intensive Intervention.

Part 3: Intervention Progress Monitoring (13:27)

Resource: Tier 2 Protocol Data Based Decision Making

This tool was designed for a middle school, Tier 2 math intervention. Theoretically, Tier 2 interventions strive to not individualize (that's Tier 3), but in a secondary setting, the contextual factors (i.e. the school schedule and nature of the interventions) created a situation where (although in Tier 2) we had a "non-responder" or two and had to do something!

This is a standard protocol intensification process that we could apply even to groups of students with the intervention before getting to individualization.

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Source: adapted from Lempke 2015

Resource: Trendline Guidance

Our teachers report that this is a helpful resource for them in analyzing trendlines.

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Source: Adapted from National Center on Intensive Intervention (April, 2014). Designing Intensive Interventions for Students With Significant and Persistent Academic Needs. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, National Center on Intensive Intervention.

Part 4: Intervention Evaluation and The "Non-Responder", or Data Based Individualization, Process (24:00)

Resource: Initial Meeting Agenda

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Resource: Initial Meeting Facilitator's Script

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Resource: Clarifying Questions to Create a Hypothesis

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Resource: Evidence Based Intensification Checklist

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Resource: Formal Meeting Notes Template

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Resource: Progress Monitoring Meeting Agenda

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