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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
RTI team building.
New York : Guilford Press, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Front Matter; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures, Tables, and Forms; Chapter 1 --
Introduction: Data-Based Decision-Making Teams and Their Role in Schoolwide Response-to-Intervention Models; What Is RTI?; Current Trends in RTI Adoption; Roles and Functions of Teams within RTI; Types of RTI Teams; Organization of RTI Teams; Summary; Part I: Before the Team Meeting; Chapter 2 --
Getting Started: Establishing Your Team; Defining Your Team and Getting the Right People at the Table Defining Your RTI Team as a Leadership Team or a Data TeamTeam Membership: Making Sure the Right People Are at the Table; Developing a Shared Team Mission and Goals; What Is a Mission Statement?; Develop Your Team Mission Statement; Defining Team Members' Roles and Responsibilities; Useful Roles for School-Based Teams; Additional Considerations When Identifying Roles for RTI Teams; Team Member Commitment; Assessing Commitment of Returining Members on Experienced Teams; Summary; Chapter 3 --
Planning for Collaborative Data-Team Meetings in RTI; Establishing Routines Adopt Consensus-Based Decision-Making ProceduresEstablish a Predictable Meeting Schedule; Develop Standard Sets of Recurring Agenda Items; Assign Presenters to Recurring Agenda Items; Create Standard Forms for Agendas, Meeting Minutes, Action Plans; Establish Procedures for Ongoing Team Improvement; Premeeting Planning; Identify the Purpose of the Meeting; Develop and Circulate the Agenda; Summary; Part II: During the Team Meeting; Chapter 4 --
Data-Based Assessment and Screening Decisions; Review of Evidence-Based Benchmark and Screening Practices; Planning for Schoolwide Screening Create the Leadership TeamSelect Screening Measures; Provide Professional Development; Organize Data Collection Logistics; Analyze and Use Screening Data; Schedule Data Review Meetings; Rules, Roles, and Regularity; Establish Ground Rules; Roles in Meetings; Hold Regular Meetings; Preventing and Addressing Common Roadblocks during Benchmark Meetings; Summary; Chapter 5 --
Data-Based Intervention Planning Decisions; Review of Evidence-Based Intervention Practices; Modifying Group Interventions within the Grade-Level Continuum; Making Groups Dynamic Considerations for Selection, Delivery, and Fidelity of InterventionsThe Action Plan; Preventing and Addressing Common Roadblocks during Intervention Planning Meetings; Summary; Chapter 6 --
Data-Based Progress Monitoring Decisions; Review of Evidence-Based Progress Monitoring Practices in RTI; Selecting Progress Monitoring Measures; Frequency of Progress Monitoring; Goal Setting for Individual Students; Examining RTI; Modifying Interventions for Individual Students; Meeting Facilitation; Unconventional Meeting Ideas
|Series Title:||Guilford practical intervention in the schools series.|
|Responsibility:||Kelly Broxterman, Angela J. Whalen.|
"Collaborative effort and productive meetings are what really drive and inform an RTI process, but problems frequently arise in these areas. Broxterman and Whalen systematically delve into these
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