Tier 3 of the RTI Model Problem Solving Through a Case Study Approach

ISBN-10: 1412953316

ISBN-13: 9781412953313

Edition: 2010

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Description: This book for school psychologists demonstrates how to use the case study method at tier three of the Response to Intervention model to effectively identify and address learning disabilities and select the services appropriate for individual students. Tier Three of the RTI Model: Problem-Solving Through a Case Study Approach provides step-by-step guidelines for academic and behavioral interventions in Grades K–12. Defining the role of the school psychologist as a critical member of a collaborative RTI team, the authors demonstrate how the team would develop a specific case studies that include:  Problem identification Problem analysis Progress monitoring Selection of research-based interventions Evaluation of case study outcomes

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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 12/29/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.408
Language: English

Sawyer Hunley is an associate professor, the coordinator of the School Psychology Program, and a Learning Teaching Fellow at the University of Dayton. She is chair of the National Certification Board for the National Association of School Psychologists, and was instrumental in revising the procedure for obtaining the National Credential of School Psychologists (NCSP). Hunley has served as a member of the Program Approval Board for the National Association of School Psychologists, and has participated in the writing of the last three revisions of the NASP Standards. Her professional and research interests include systems change for K-12 and higher education. Her publications and presentations have focused on the nature of the changing field of school psychology, data-based decision making, and the relationship between learning space and teaching/learning. She has over twenty years ofnbsp;experience as a school psychologist practitioner, supervisor, and faculty member.

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction to RTI and the Case Study Model
Context and History
The Response to Intervention Process
The Case Study Model and Prereferral Intervention
Summary
Assessment Principles and Practices
Assessment Methods
Assessing Behavior
Summary
Facilitating Response to Intervention in Schools
School Psychologist as Systems Change Agent
Evaluating the System
Goal Setting
RTI Implementation
Summary
Problem Identification
Behavioral Definition of the Problem
Problem Certification: Establishing the Severity of the Discrepancy Between Actual and Expected Performance
Formulating Intervention Goals
Planning Data-Collection Activities for Baseline Measurement and Progress Monitoring
Assessment of Factors Related to the Problem
Summary
Problem Analysis
Generating Hypotheses
Primary and Secondary Dependent Variables
Types of Hypotheses
Intervention Selection
Hypothesis Testing
Summary
Single-Case Design
Single-Case Design and Hypothesis Testing
Single-Case Design and Progress Monitoring
Choosing a Single-Case Design
Summary
Intervention
Selecting Research-Based Interventions
Intervention Integrity
Linking Interventions to Hypotheses
Characteristics of Effective Academic Interventions
Characteristics of Effective Behavioral Interventions
Targets of Intervention
Summary
Evaluating Case Study Outcomes
Visual Analysis
Conducting Visual Analyses
Magnitude of Change
Choosing, Calculating, and Interpreting Effect Sizes
Quality of the Outcome: Goal-Attainment Scaling
Choosing Evaluation Methods and Judging Outcomes
Summary
Using the Case Study to Determine Special Education Eligibility
Disability Versus Eligibility Determination
Responsiveness Versus Resistance
Using Case Study Information for Special Education Eligibility Determination
RTI and Specific Learning Disabilities
Decision Making in Eligibility Determination
Technical Adequacy of Decision-Making Practices
Eligibility Decisions
Summary
Program Evaluation
Case Study Structure
Case Study Rubric
Case Study: Morgan
Case Study: Reggie
Evaluation of School Psychology Services and Programs
Case Study Fidelity
Intervention Integrity
Magnitude of Change
Goal-Attainment Scaling
Summary
References
Index
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