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RTI Professional Learning Webinar Series: Using Research to Select and Design Effective Interventions Session RTI Professional Learning Webinar Series: Using Research to Select and Design Effective Interventions Session #9 12/9/09 3 -4: 30 pm Promising Progress: Looking Forward Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Counting ALL Participants After you join the webinar as usual: 1. Go to the Counting ALL Participants After you join the webinar as usual: 1. Go to the Chat Window 2. Type your district name and school name or organization name or “parent” 3. Type the names of every person in attendance with you 4. Send it to “This Room” Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 2

Who are we? • • Teachers Administrators Counselors or Social Workers County Office or Who are we? • • Teachers Administrators Counselors or Social Workers County Office or DOE Parents PK-5, 6 -8, 9 -12, postsecondary Statewide Organizations Other? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 3

Welcome and Introductions • John Wight, Ga. DOE • Dr. Kimberly Anderson, REL-SE at Welcome and Introductions • John Wight, Ga. DOE • Dr. Kimberly Anderson, REL-SE at SERVE Center at UNCG Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 4

REGIONAL EDUCATION LABORATORY- SOUTHEAST (REL-SE) Operated by the SERVE Center at UNCG Serving Alabama, REGIONAL EDUCATION LABORATORY- SOUTHEAST (REL-SE) Operated by the SERVE Center at UNCG Serving Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina Executive Director Dr. Ludwig van Broekhuizen 800 -755 -3277 www. serve. org Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 5

The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) System Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) System Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 6

REL-SE MISSION To serve the educational needs of the Southeast using applied research, development, REL-SE MISSION To serve the educational needs of the Southeast using applied research, development, dissemination, and training and technical assistance, to bring the latest and best research and proven practices into school improvement efforts. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 7

REL-SE Services 1. Outreach and dissemination of research, evaluation, and policy information 2. Technical REL-SE Services 1. Outreach and dissemination of research, evaluation, and policy information 2. Technical assistance to SEAs and LEAs 3. “Issues & Answers” publications 4. Randomized Controlled Trial experimental studies on interventions of relevance to our region • AMSTI/Alabama and K-PAVE/Mississippi Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 8

SERIES FRAMEWORK: EBDM CYCLE Today’s Focus 9 SERIES FRAMEWORK: EBDM CYCLE Today’s Focus 9

WEBINAR SERIES OVERVIEW • Series SESSION 1 Introduction • RTI Overview INTRODUCTION • Understand WEBINAR SERIES OVERVIEW • Series SESSION 1 Introduction • RTI Overview INTRODUCTION • Understand SESSION 3 methodologies used in ed. research, and their strengths and weaknesses for determining “what works” SESSION 2 SBR & EBDM • Understand Scientifically Based Research and the Evidence. Based Decision. Making Cycle TYPES OF RESEARCH METHODS 10 CRITICAL READING PROTOCOL FOR STUDIES ABOUT INTERVENTIONS SESSION 4 • Understand how to assess the rigor and findings of studies • Practice using the Critical Reading Protocol

WEBINAR SERIESOVERVIEW • IES Practice SESSIONS Guide RTI Math • IES Practice Guide RTI WEBINAR SERIESOVERVIEW • IES Practice SESSIONS Guide RTI Math • IES Practice Guide RTI Reading STATE OF RESEARCH ON RTI LOOKING FORWARD: 5 & 6 INTERVENTION 7 • Learn what SESSION 8 SESSION 9 PROMISING REVIEW PROTOCOL • Determine the desired outcomes, program features, implementation issues, and extent of evidence on an intervention. fidelity of implementation is and how to monitor it effectively. FIDELITY OF RTI IMPLEMENTATION 11 PROGRESS • Learn from colleagues in GA how they put the concepts and tools from this series into action.

TODAY’S OBJECTIVES 1. Learn from colleagues how to put the concepts and tools from TODAY’S OBJECTIVES 1. Learn from colleagues how to put the concepts and tools from this series into action 2. Reflect on what we have learned in this series 3. Discuss our own next steps and next steps for GA/statewide Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 12

Objective #1 Learn from colleagues how to put the concepts and tools from this Objective #1 Learn from colleagues how to put the concepts and tools from this series into action Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 13

Prep. For The Presentations 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat Prep. For The Presentations 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. How have I/we already integrated some of the concepts and/or tools from this webinar series into my/our own RTI practice and decision-making processes? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 14

Presenter #1: Leah Falls - GA Virtual Academy Powering educational systems by translating and Presenter #1: Leah Falls - GA Virtual Academy Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Georgia Virtual Academy and the RTI Process Together, We’re Better! Georgia Virtual Academy and the RTI Process Together, We’re Better!

5 -Year Vision and Teacher Professional Development • In 2007, the Leadership Team developed 5 -Year Vision and Teacher Professional Development • In 2007, the Leadership Team developed a 5 -year RTI implementation plan • With 5, 000 students we have organized into Academic Teams to make the RTI process more manageable • We also organize a thorough, consistent Teacher Professional Development plan for each school year • We have a virtual PD every other month; on the alternating months, we have a F 2 F PD. Topics so far this year: – Our annual RTI Overview (F 2 F) – Interventions and Progress Monitoring – processes (online) – Matching Interventions and PM Probes – GVA case studies (F 2 F) – Math Interventions for Grades K-8 (online) – Using AIMSweb (pilotingsystems by translating and disseminating a new program – F 2 F) Powering educational the best research, information and knowledge

Flow Charts for Teachers • To help our teachers understand our virtual RTI process Flow Charts for Teachers • To help our teachers understand our virtual RTI process better, we developed a series of flow charts that list the steps for different processes involving things such as: – – – The RTI Tiers Direct Parent Requests for evaluation 504 Plan referrals Related Services referrals Students exiting from Special Education Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Paperless RTI System of Information – Total Access • Our Leadership Team feels it Paperless RTI System of Information – Total Access • Our Leadership Team feels it is very important for administrators and teachers to feel that our RTI process is available and transparent for all who need access • We have developed a Windows-based Share. Point site, with password-protected access – All referral forms, documents, resources (including intervention strategies), and weblinks are available to everyone in the school all the time • Helps teachers and RTI coordinator update student records in real-time • Helps the Leadership by translatingtrack RTI data Team and disseminating Powering educational systems the efficientlybest research, information and knowledge

Presenter #1 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #1 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #2: Shelly Bell - Floyd County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating Presenter #2: Shelly Bell - Floyd County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

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Presenter #2 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #2 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #3: Rachel Mc. Cullough - Charlton County Powering educational systems by translating and Presenter #3: Rachel Mc. Cullough - Charlton County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

RTI implementation at Saint George Elementary School Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating RTI implementation at Saint George Elementary School Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Background § Our very small school is located in Saint George, Georgia. We have Background § Our very small school is located in Saint George, Georgia. We have 183 students grades Pre-K through Sixth. 98% of those students are white and 69% receive free or reduced lunch. Our school is located in an extremely rural area with the majority of families being very low-income. CRCT test data from the spring 2008 test showed that math scores at every grade level were in need of improvement. Our Better Seeking Team also did a Root Cause Analysis and found that we have too many gaps across grade levels in basic computation facts. This data led to researching a school-wide math intervention program. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

§ Goal: § To improve math achievement at Saint George Elementary School using a § Goal: § To improve math achievement at Saint George Elementary School using a Tier 1 intervention across all grade levels § What we implemented: § After researching different supplementary math fact programs, we decided on a program from the Otter Creek Institute called “Mastering Math Facts” better known as “Rocket Math”. This program is done in addition to our current math curriculum. It takes about 10 minutes each day from start to finish. It works by increasing math fact mastery through structured, self-paced practice. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

We took these actions: § We found that “Rocket Math” would meet our needs We took these actions: § We found that “Rocket Math” would meet our needs and was within our budget. § Training took place during Pre-planning for teachers to become familiar with the program and get ready to start implementing it. § All students were given the (fall) Universal Screening in Math Computation using Aimsweb benchmarks. § Teachers in all grade levels were to began using the program in addition to regular math curriculum. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

§ After using the program daily for the first and second nine weeks of § After using the program daily for the first and second nine weeks of school, we gave the (winter) Universal Screening in Math Computation using Aimsweb benchmarks. § The Data collected from grade 2 was compared to the previous years Aimsweb data to determine if improvement occurred. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

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Presenter #3 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #3 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #4: Mimi Gamel, Crabapple MS - Fulton County Powering educational systems by translating Presenter #4: Mimi Gamel, Crabapple MS - Fulton County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Crabapple Middle School’s Supplemental Services Academic and Character development Mimi Gamel, Graduation Coach, SST/504 Crabapple Middle School’s Supplemental Services Academic and Character development Mimi Gamel, Graduation Coach, SST/504 Chairperson Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Crabapple Middle School’s School Facts • Home of the Huskies • Built in 1983 Crabapple Middle School’s School Facts • Home of the Huskies • Built in 1983 • Located in Roswell, Georgia • 25 miles north of Atlanta • Fulton County’s First School of Excellence • Light house School to Watch 2003, 2006, 2009 Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Collaboration with Colleagues is KEY: Monthly Meetings of the Minds • Administrative Team, Graduation Collaboration with Colleagues is KEY: Monthly Meetings of the Minds • Administrative Team, Graduation Coach & SST Chair – Provide data on student achievement • Grades, Standardized and Criterion-referenced test scores, etc. – Set up school-wide interventions • Learning Labs, Extended Day programs, mentoring programs, etc. • Counselors, Social Worker, & Media Specialist – – Create programs for at-risk students Social/Emotional issues Attendanceeducational systems by translating and disseminating intervention Powering Attendthe best research, information andin SST and CBT meetings and participate knowledge

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Presenter #4 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #4 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #5: Robin Clark - Forsyth County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating Presenter #5: Robin Clark - Forsyth County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Elements Impacting Success Robin Clark, School Psychologist Forsyth County Collaboration with other departments System Elements Impacting Success Robin Clark, School Psychologist Forsyth County Collaboration with other departments System framework, with flexibility Administrative support for the RTI process Universal screening and progress monitoring tool Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Elements of Success Dedicated RTI time Working closely with Teachers/Administrators to help them understand Elements of Success Dedicated RTI time Working closely with Teachers/Administrators to help them understand implement the process Developing specific set of interventions or programs to use with specific groups of atrisk students Seeing a positive and early impact Continuing to have ongoing discussions within and between schools to share ideas Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Elements of Success Professional Learning SST Process Progress Monitoring Tools Best Practices at each Elements of Success Professional Learning SST Process Progress Monitoring Tools Best Practices at each Tier level Behavior – Tier 1 - 4 Research Based Interventions for Core skills RTI Team Leader Camp Eligibility Resources Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #5 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #5 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #6: Donna Major- Walton County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the Presenter #6: Donna Major- Walton County Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Walton County Public Schools Donna Major, Ph. D, District Coordinator Youth Middle School POI Walton County Public Schools Donna Major, Ph. D, District Coordinator Youth Middle School POI Chairs-- Charlie Wilson, AP and Sharon Adams, Team Members: Jana Adesegun, Julie Benefield, Mary Cooper and Denell Petty Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

How can I keep up with all of this data ? Powering educational systems How can I keep up with all of this data ? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

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STUDENT DATA NOTEBOOKS (developed by YMS POI Team) Each principal, assistant principal, LEAD, and STUDENT DATA NOTEBOOKS (developed by YMS POI Team) Each principal, assistant principal, LEAD, and teacher maintains a Data Notebook Contents of the notebook are consistent for each of the above four groups Included in the notebook will be: – Grade distribution data, ITBS projections and CRCT data – Results of three, seven, and nine week assessments – Specific areas of weakness identified through periodic course assessments – Reports from walk-through – Intervention action sheet – Teacher’s individual Blueprint for Excellence – LEADS and building Blueprint for Excellence Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Intervention Action Sheets: This sheet will document adjustments that will be made in instruction Intervention Action Sheets: This sheet will document adjustments that will be made in instruction based on data analysis of identified weaknesses – Evidence of interventions will be: • Teacher lesson plans that demonstrate adjustments in instructional practices • Periodic review of teacher lesson plans by LEADS • Evidence of modification in lessons as viewed during walk-through • Teacher lesson objectives that address intervention strategies Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Intervention Action Sheet Example: Key Elements: • Identified weaknesses from periodic assessments • Specifically Intervention Action Sheet Example: Key Elements: • Identified weaknesses from periodic assessments • Specifically state intervention strategy • Identify how you will measure the effectiveness of the intervention strategy – What data will be used? – Identify how the intervention strategy will be observable Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

INTERVENTION ACTION SHEET cont. Assessment Period: from ______ to _________ Identified Weaknesses (Benchmarks not INTERVENTION ACTION SHEET cont. Assessment Period: from ______ to _________ Identified Weaknesses (Benchmarks not met) Intervention Strategies How will the intervention strategy be observable? How the intervention strategy will be measured? Results/Outcomes (Measure at next assessment period) 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 2. 3. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Youth Middle School Intervention program— Using their student data students are grouped according to Youth Middle School Intervention program— Using their student data students are grouped according to reading and math deficits or strengths. Student’s are given interventions during Academic Support time outside of the content area schedule, through before and after school tutoring, during STAR time-an after school program, during lunch study times and Remedial Reading and Math Connection classes. Student’s are given interventions in deficit areas by being placed in the Academy of Reading or Math programs, direct teacher instruction from a L. A. or Math during AS time, Read 180, Vocabulary building classes, A+, and other SRB individual instruction. The following slide show the impact of their efforts--- Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Youth Middle School : Academy of Reading Intervention Results Youth Middle School Tier 2 Youth Middle School : Academy of Reading Intervention Results Youth Middle School Tier 2 Program Reading (Ao. R) Math (Ao. M) Average Pre Test level 5. 16 3. 9 Average Post Test Level 5. 68 4. 57 57 80 Students showing no measurable improvement 30 34 Students showing. 5 grade level improvement 0 9 Students showing 1 grade level improvement 12 6 Students showing 1. 5 grade level improvement 0 3 Students showing 2. 0 grade level improvement 7 11 Students showing 2. 5 grade level improvement 0 6 Greater than 2. 5 grade level improvement 8 11 47% 58% (Jan-Mar 2009) Total Number of Students % of students showing greater than expected improvement Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

What we learned ØA number of student’s needed direct contact with a teacher to What we learned ØA number of student’s needed direct contact with a teacher to make sure they were focused rather than leaving them alone on a program such as Academy of Reading and Math. ØBehavior, attendance and motivation often impact a student’s success and BIP’s are needed along with skill interventions. ØIt takes time and patience and the support of the entire faculty and staff to develop a school wide program. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Presenter #6 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box Presenter #6 Discussion 2 min. Chat Facilitators lead their groups Individuals utilize chat box 1. What “key points” do we take away from this presentation? 2. How might we use these “key points” to strengthen our own practice? 3. What questions do we have? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Quick Reminder • Where can we find expert reviews of rigorous research to support Quick Reminder • Where can we find expert reviews of rigorous research to support our decisionmaking? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Great Resources • Institute of Education Sciences – ies. ed. gov – Doing What Great Resources • Institute of Education Sciences – ies. ed. gov – Doing What Works – What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) – Regional Educational Laboratory Program (REL) – Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) • Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE) – www. bestevidence. org • Alliance for Excellent Education – www. all 4 ed. org • Center on Instruction – www. centeroninstruction. org Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Great Resources • The National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research Great Resources • The National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER) -www. caldercenter. org • The Center on Innovation and Improvement – www. centerii. org • Consortium for Policy Research in Education – www. cpre. org • RAND – www. rand. org • American Institutes of Research - www. air. org • National Governors Association – www. nga. org Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Objective # 2 Reflect on what we have learned in this series Powering educational Objective # 2 Reflect on what we have learned in this series Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Quick Poll The MOST valuable piece of learning throughout the whole series for me Quick Poll The MOST valuable piece of learning throughout the whole series for me was: A. Types of Research Methods (session #3) B. Critical Reading Protocol for Studies about Interventions, and/or Intervention Review Protocol (# 4 and/or #7) C. IES RTI math/reading Practice Guides (#5, #6) D. Fidelity of Implementation (#8) E. My colleagues’ presentations (#9) Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Quick Poll The 2 nd-MOST valuable piece of learning throughout the whole series for Quick Poll The 2 nd-MOST valuable piece of learning throughout the whole series for me was: A. Types of Research Methods (session #3) B. Critical Reading Protocol for Studies about Interventions, and/or Intervention Review Protocol (# 4 and/or #7) C. IES RTI math/reading Practice Guides (#5, #6) D. Fidelity of Implementation (#8) E. My colleagues’ presentations (#9) Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Objective #2 Reflection 3 min. Chat EVERYONE utilize chat box! 1. How have my Objective #2 Reflection 3 min. Chat EVERYONE utilize chat box! 1. How have my “most” and “ 2 nd-most valuable” pieces of learning from this series impacted my thinking and practice? 2. Which 1 piece from my colleagues’ presentations today do I most want to try, and why? Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Objective #3 Discuss our own next steps and next steps for GA statewide Powering Objective #3 Discuss our own next steps and next steps for GA statewide Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Share out 1. Presenters: Please share 1 thing (1 type of support) that you Share out 1. Presenters: Please share 1 thing (1 type of support) that you need to take your use of research in RTI decision-making to the next level –-on the Mic or Chat Box 2. All Participants: Please share 1 thing that you need to take it to the next level AND 1 thing that will help GA take it to the next level statewide —in the Chat Box 3. John and Kim: Reflections on GA’s next steps, and how SERVE/REL-SE can be of support Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Series Evaluation Your input is crucial as we figure out where to go next Series Evaluation Your input is crucial as we figure out where to go next and how to get there. Go to ______ and complete the brief online evaluation survey. Thanks! Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 65

Accessing All 9 Archived Webinars 1. Go To Ga. DOE RTI Guidance webpage to Accessing All 9 Archived Webinars 1. Go To Ga. DOE RTI Guidance webpage to download materials for each session http: //www. gadoe. org/ci_services. aspx? Page. Req=CIServ. RTI 2. Go to https: //www. georgiastandards. org, the Elluminate Live! Trainings link to access the archived recorded webinars—find them by the date of each session. Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge

Thank you for all your great work! John Wight, Ga. DOE – jwight@doe. k Thank you for all your great work! John Wight, Ga. DOE – [email protected] k 12. ga. us – 404 -656 -0478 Dr. Kim Anderson – [email protected] org – 404 -657 -6174 The SERVE Center/REL-SE – 800 -755 -3277 – www. serve. org Powering educational systems by translating and disseminating the best research, information and knowledge 67