Response to Intervention (RtI)
What is RtI?
According to the National Center on Response to Intervention, "Response to intervention integrates assessment and intervention within a multi-level prevention system to maximize student achievement and to reduce behavior problems. With RtI, schools identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust the intensity and nature of those interventions depending on a student’s responsiveness, and identify students with learning disabilities" (2010).
What are the Levels of RtI at Elk Grove?
There are three levels of RtI at Elk Grove. The first level focuses upon providing research-based best practice instruction to all students. The secondary level of RtI is characterized by smaller targeted groups of students who require additional support to be successful in the classroom. These students, for example, may receive additional support through academic resource room study and small group instruction. The third, tertiary, level is for students who require intense, one-on-one instruction to be successful. The RtI pyramid outlines these levels of instructional support in this framework.
What are the examples of RtI at each of the levels?
Click HERE to see the current interventions for the first, second and third levels of RtI at Elk Grove High School.
2010-2011 RtI Newsletters
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Quarter 1: Focuses upon best practices with reading instruction, specifically highlighting the benefits of independent reading across the content areas.
Quarter 2: Focuses upon the reading and writing processes, specifically highlighting the benefits of scaffolding with these two areas.
Quarter 3: Focuses upon pre-reading and making inferences.
Quarter 4: Focuses upon backwards design, choosing appropriate instructional strategies and highlights the work of our co-teachers and special education department.
(Archived) 2009-2010 RtI Newsletters
: Focuses upon best practice vocabulary instruction
: Focuses upon background/foundations for formative assessment
: Focuses on continuing support for formative assessment
For more links, see our Moodle site with additional professional resources and instructional support.