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    Procedures for Determining Intervention
     
    Step 1 - Assess the Students
    • AIMSweb
    • NWEA 
    Step 2 - Analyze the Data 
    • Look at the assessments to gather information and data
    • Look for common misconceptions and most frequently missed major content standards/skills
    Step 3 - Use the Data to Drive Instruction
                 
          Tier 1 Whole Group Instruction (Progress monitoring, collaboration and high quality intervention)
    • Interventions are developed to reteach material 
      See intervention options within (**please note: interventions are not limited to those within the RTI binder)
    • All content is spiraled back into the curriculum through differentiated small group instruction, math centers, or common cumulative assessments.
           Tier 2 Students that need additional targeted interventions
    • Interventions are developed to reteach material 
      See intervention options within (**please note: interventions are not limited to those within the RTI binder)
    • All content is spiraled back into the curriculum through differentiated small group instruction, math centers, or common cumulative assessments.
     
           Tier 3 Customized Interventions
    •   Determine individualized intervention student achievement and data
     
     

    Step 4 - Re-assess the Student (Progress Monitoring)
    • Implement all tiers of intervention and monitor implementation 
    Step 5 - Analyze the Data
     
     
     

    Calculating Target Goals:

    1.   Note the Initial Corrects (baseline score) from the universal screening “rainbow report” or baseline probe in the area you plan to progress monitor in.

    2.  Multiply the Accelerated ROI # by # of weeks left in the school year. This determines the amount of growth needed to close the gap.

           Accelerated ROI is calculated by multiplying the Average ROI by 1.5.

    Accelerated ROI x # Weeks Left = Growth Rate (“catch –up rate”)

     Week of:    # of Weeks Left of PM until 06/10/2016
     September 14  38
     September 22    37
     September 28  36
     October 5  35
     October 12  34
     October 19  33
     October 26  32
     November 2  31
     November 9  30
     November 16    29 
     November 23    28 
     November 30    27 
     December 7  26 
     December 14 25

    3.      Add the calculated Growth Rate # to the baseline score. This determines the Goal Corrects as the end target score for the duration of the progress monitoring.

     

    4.     File all 2014-2015 progress monitor schedules before creating schedules for the 2015- 2016  school year.