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RTI Applications, Volume 2 Assessment, Analysis, and Decision Making

ISBN-10: 1462509142
ISBN-13: 9781462509140
Edition: 2013
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Book details

List price: $38.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 1/14/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 164
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Advanced Response-to-Intervention Applications
Beyond the "Interventions" in Response to Intervention
The Role of Outcome Data in Response to Intervention
The First "Fine-Print" Point of Evidence-Based Intervention
The Second "Fine-Print" Point of Evidence-Based Intervention
The Third "Fine-Print" Point of Evidence-Based Intervention
Evaluating Intervention
Decision Making in Response to Intervention
Response to Intervention and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
The Book
School-Based Assessment
Assessment
Formative Evaluation
Assessment Data for Response-to-Intervention Decisions
Identify Need for Intervention
Identify Interventions
Determine Intervention Effectiveness
Determine Whether Special Education Is Warranted
Treatment Fidelity
Permanent Product
Direct Observation
Self-Report
Implementation Integrity System
Conclusion
Generic Tier 2 Fidelity Observation Checklist
Assessment for Problem Solving
Problem-Solving Framework
Problem Analysis
Problem Analysis within the Tiers
Tier 1
Tier 2
Tier 3
What about the 50 Other Things That Need to Be Assessed?
Evaluating Interventions: Applied Single-Case Design
What Is Applied Single-Case Design and Why Is It Ideally Suited for Response to Intervention?
Basics of Single-Case Design: Baseline Logic
Prediction
Affirmation of the Consequent
Verification
Replication by Affirmation of the Consequent
Why Use Baseline Logic in Applied Practice?
Relevant Formal Designs
The ABC Notation System
The Classic "Withdraw" Design
B Design
A-B Design
A-B-A Design
A-B-A-B Design
Multiple-Baseline Design
The Role of Single-Case Design in a Response-to-intervention Model
Conclusion
Evaluating Interventions: Analysis of Intervention Data
Summarizing Data through Visual Presentation: Creating the Line Graph
Single-Case-Design Graphing Guidelines
Building Intervention Graphs
Analysis of an Intervention Effect: "Was There a Change?"
"To What Degree Was There a Change in the Target Behavior(s) When the Intervention Was Implemented (or Removed)?"
Analysts of a Functional Relationship: "Can We Say That the Intervention Was Responsible for the Observed Change?"
A-B-A-B Design
Multiple-Baseline Design
What Happens If You Can't Document an Intervention Effect?
Using Quantitative Metrics
Wrapping Up Design and Analysis
Intervention Graph (Percent)
Intervention Graph (Frequency Count)
Multiple-Baseline Across-Targets Intervention Graphs
Decisions about Groups
Tier 1: Is There a Classwide Problem?
Criteria for Class Median
Tier 2
Who Needs a Tier 2 Intervention?
Any Surprises or Missed Students?
What Intervention Is Appropriate?: Category of Deficit
Is There Anyone for Whom We Should Go Right to Tier 3?
Decisions about Individual Students
Selecting an Intervention Target
Selecting the Intervention
Monitoring Progress
Logistics of Strategic and Intensive Measurement
Case Example
Evaluating Intervention Effects: Managing Progress Monitoring Data
Decision-Making Rules
Dealing with Bounce
Responding to Inadequate Progress
Conclusion
Sample Bare-Bones Intervention Team Meeting Form
Sample Instructional Planning Form with Instructions
Special Education Eligibility
Advantages of a Response-to-Intervention Approach to Eligibility
Using Data from the Response-to-Intervention Framework for Making Entitlement Decisions
Essential Conditions to Support a Response-to-Intervention Process
Criteria for Eligibility under a Response-to-Intervention Framework
Criticisms of the Response-to-Intervention Approach to Entitlement
Limited Research to Scale
Identification of True learning Disabilities
Overidentification
Use of Local Norms for Decision Making
Common Implementation Concerns
Documentation of Response to Intervention
Defining the Intensity of Interventions
Definition of a "Full Evaluation"
Case Study
Intervention 1
Intervention 2
Entitlement Decision
Conclusion
Case Review Protocol for Evaluating Integrity of the Problem-Solving Model
Conclusion
Backdrop of the RTI Applications Volumes
Districtwide Response-to-Intervention Professional Development Plan
Train All Core Response-to-Intervention Teams in the Advanced Applications of Response to Intervention
Train All Educational Professionals Involved in the Basics of Response to Intervention
Yearly Retraining in Response-to-Intervention Best Practices
Final Thoughts
Sample Response-to-Intervention Training Proposal
References
Index

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