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Response to Intervention (RTI) is a way to help students at the first sign of difficulty. RTI supports academic, behavioral and community needs through systems of data analysis, problem solving, instruction and intervention.
RTI is not a program but a process: a way to identify who is at risk, why they are struggling, and how we can support them as a community.
The OUSD RTI Pyramids
RTI is most often represented by a three tiered pyramid of increasingly intensive and individualized interventions. This structure applies to both Academic supports and Behavioral supports for OUSD students. Click on the links for larger images.
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|Literacy Pyramid |
Many schools already have the pieces needed to create a strong RTI framework. This tool will help assess your school's current capacity to "do" RTI.
RTI is built on systems of data, problem solving and intervention. These pages outline the "Big 3" essential components for sustainable practice.
#Powerpoint Presentations for Schools
Why RTI? An Overview Presentation
This powerpoint will help viewers to understand where RTI comes from, how it applies to our daily work with students, and why it has become the national framework for student success.
How to RTI: Creating Systems and Structures for Responsive Instruction and Intervention
This powerpoint is meant for use by school leaders to better understand the nuts and bolts of creating a strong RTI process within the school site. Sections may be helpful in presenting to staff and creating a "to do" list for the Big 3 components of RTI.
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports - An Overview
PBIS is being implemented throughout the district in both elementary and secondary schools. This powerpoint offers an orientation to PBIS, explains its components, and provides the rationale behind using an RTI structure for behavior.
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