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        Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) for Math

        Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) is a three-tiered approach to student learning that is focused on prevention and early intervention. RTI² uses assessment for instruction, intervention, and transition between these tiers for K-12 students as they develop skills in mathematics calculation, mathematics problem solving, and written expression. Learn more about RTI² for reading and its implementation from experts at the Tennessee Department of Education.

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        Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) is a three-tiered approach to student learning that is focused on prevention and early intervention. RTI² uses assessment for instruction, intervention, and transition between these tiers for K-12 students as they develop skills in mathematics calculation, mathematics problem solving, and written expression. Learn more about RTI² for math and its implementation from experts at the Tennessee Department of Education.

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        What Is RTI²?

        Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) is a framework for teaching and learning. Helping students succeed is the fundamental mission of the Tennessee Department of Education, and RTI² is a significant priority towards that end. This work is about empowering districts to give every student the opportunity to meet high expectations and the support to reach them. The work described in this online learning module matters to every academic division in Tennessee.

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        Using Data for RTI² for Math

        Once a universal screener has been administered and students “at risk” are identified, school data teams further analyze assessments to best identify the specific area of need for each student not meeting cut scores nationally normed by the screener. Tennessee students identified at the 25th percentile or below receive Tier II intervention, while students who are identified at the 10th percentile or below receive Tier III intervention outside core instruction (Tier I).

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        Data Collection for RTI² for Math

        In order to best meet individual student needs, current data should be collected to make instructional decisions. Forms of data that can be considered for decision making include: • Universal Screener Performance • Survey Level Assessments • Phonics Inventories • Informal Reading Inventories • Curriculum Based Measures • Skills Assessments • Reading Fluency Measures • Progress Monitoring • Classroom Observations • Attendance & Discipline

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        Aligning Interventions to Math Skill Deficits

        Scientifically-based researched interventions involve the application of rigorous, systematic, and objective procedures to obtain reliable and valid knowledge relevant to education activities and programs.

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        Summary of RTI² for Math

        Collaboration among all educators involved in a student's academic day is very important when providing an intervention. Tennessee school RTI² teams meet to analyze data, measure the effectiveness of interventions, and check student progress toward goals. A plan will be in place for when students are and are not making adequate progress within Tier II or Tier III. If students are not making adequate progress, the intervention may need to be changed. Sufficient data points should be collected before a change is considered. Only one or two variables should be changed at a time to measure effectiveness of the change. A change in intervention will be considered within each tier before moving to the next tier of intervention. For more information about RTI² for math in Tennessee, review the full RTI² manual located in the resources section of this media gallery.

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