Delta Math RtI Program Implementation Team Training

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Delta Math RtI Program Implementation Team Training. deltamath@oaisd.org. Welcome. Who am I? Mike Klavon OAISD Secondary Math Consultant Michigan Integration of Math Initiatives ( MI) 2 Todays Purpose: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>Instructional Services Update: Power Expectations and Electronic Learning Assessment Resource (ELAR)</p> <p>Delta Math RtI Program </p> <p>ImplementationTeam Training</p> <p>deltamath@oaisd.orgWelcomeWho am I?Mike KlavonOAISD Secondary Math ConsultantMichigan Integration of Math Initiatives (MI)2</p> <p>Todays Purpose:To build capacity within your implementation teamto lead Delta Math meetings with your staff.Essential Questions:What is Delta Math?How is Delta Math intended to be used?</p> <p>Welcome290+ schools trainedsince 200885,000+ screenedduring 2012-13</p> <p>Introductions:NameBuildingGrade levels</p> <p>House Keeping/Ground RulesHandoutsIndividual and Team PacketsComputersSharing is recommendedTeam TimeAvailable when invitedParking LotPost questions for group (Why, what and how?)RestroomsCell phones and side bar conversationsPlease respect others </p> <p>TopicsDelta Math PreviewIntroducing Delta Math to your staff (Online Learning Module 1)Teacher preparation for readiness screening (Online Learning Module 2)Recommendations for instruction in tiers 2 and 3Recommendations for planning targeted tier 2 interventionImplementation team planningImplementation ChecklistStages of implementation:AwarenessPreparationInitial ImplementationSustaining</p> <p>Handout #24, 25</p> <p>6 </p> <p>Delta Math Preview </p> <p>Resources and Purpose Readiness Screeners and Reports (Online)To identify students who may benefit from targeted tier 2 intervention for each readiness standard.To measure the impact of targeted tier 2 intervention for each readiness standard.Guided Reviews (Paper-Based)To introduce the learning target and review actual screener questions to begin a targeted tier 2 intervention.Quick Checks (Paper-Based)To measure student progress during targeted tier 2 intervention.Growth Charts (Paper-Based)To monitor student progress during targeted tier 2 intervention.</p> <p>Handout #1Systems of SupportIntensive InterventionsRecommended for students not responding Tier 3 to targeted tier 2 intervention 5%Time and frequency varies Targeted Interventions Tier 2Prior Grade-Level 15%30 minutes, 2 to 5 days per week </p> <p>Differentiated Core InstructionOn Grade-Level Tier 1 60 minutes per day 80%</p> <p>The Delta Math RtI Program resources focus on the identification of studentsfor targeted tier 2 and tier 3 intervention with progress monitoring.High Priority StandardsIES: Assisting Struggling StudentsRecommendation #2Introduction to the Math Shiftsof the CCSSAcheivethecore.org</p> <p>Handout #3Handout #2Grade Level Readiness Screeners</p> <p>11 </p> <p>Introducing Delta Mathto your Staff</p> <p>(Online Learning Module 1) www.deltamath.orgClick on the Learning Module tab.Then, click on Learning Module 1 to explore as a team.Handouts are included in your packet. (#s 4-8 and a 4th grade readiness screening packet)</p> <p>Teacher Preparation for Readiness Screening</p> <p>(Online Learning Module 2) </p> <p>*The Training Mode Simulation is handout #9 </p> <p>Recommendations for Instructionin Tiers 2 and 3</p> <p>Instructional RecommendationsExplicit and systematicVisual representation of mathematical ideasMonitor progressInclude motivational strategies</p> <p>Handout #2</p> <p>IES Practice Guide, 2009Explicit InstructionThe National Mathematics Advisory Panel defines explicit instruction as follows (2008, p. 23):Teachers provide clear models for solving a problem type using an array of examples.Students receive extensive practice in use of newly learned strategies and skills.Students are provided with opportunities to think aloud (i.e., talk through the decisions they make and the steps they take).Students are provided with extensive feedback.IES Practice Guide, Assisting Struggling Students with Mathematics, p. 21 </p> <p>Explicit Lesson Design(Anita Archer) BeginningPreview (3 Ws)MiddleModeling (3 Cs)I do itWe do itYou do itEndReview (Archer and Hughes) http://miblsi.cenmi.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=8SQEFkjDTPo%3d&amp;tabid=1408Handout #11</p> <p>Planning Targeted Practice(Anita Archer) A checklist is included for planning targeted practice.</p> <p>The entire packet may provide guidance for planning all Tier 2 additional support.Handout #12Systematic InstructionInstruction should gradually build proficiency by introducing concepts in a logical order.</p> <p>For exampleprovide interventions on place value before providing interventions on adding and subtracting two digit numbers with regrouping.</p> <p>IES Practice Guide, Assisting Struggling Students with Mathematics, p. 22 Sequenced Readiness StandardsDelta Math grade level readiness standards are sequenced based on the analysis of multiple sources.</p> <p>Visual Representation of Mathematical IdeasIES examples for whole numbers, groups of tens, fractions and algebraic expressions.</p> <p>The following CCSS Math Progressions documents can provide instructional guidance!Draft K5 Progression on Number and Operations in Base TenDraft K5 Progression on Counting and Cardinality and Operations and Algebraic ThinkingDraft 35 progression on Number and OperationsFractions Draft 68 Progression on Statistics and ProbabilityDraft 68 Progression on Expressions and EquationsIES Practice Guide Example 10Dots can be arranged in groups of 5 and 10.The smaller number is decomposed to make 10 and some more.</p> <p>Handout #13IES Practice Guide Example 5Ten sticks can be used to show groups of ten.</p> <p>IES Practice Guide Example 6Fraction strips can be used to show equal parts in relation to the whole.</p> <p>IES Practice Guide Example 8Sticks and cups represent algebraic constants and variables and can be used to represent actions while solving equations.</p> <p>Recommendations for PlanningTargeted Tier 2 Intervention</p> <p>Instructional RecommendationsExplicit and systematicVisual representation of mathematical ideasMonitor progressInclude motivational strategies</p> <p>Handout #2</p> <p>IES Practice Guide, 2009Targeted Tier 2 Intervention CycleHandout #1429Create Targeted Intervention Group</p> <p>Screening Packet</p> <p>Targeted Tier 2 Intervention Plan(Session 1)Recommended actions include:ReviewReflectAssessChart ProgressCreate GroupsResources for session 1 are available at www.deltamath.orgHover over the Program Resouces tab and click on the grade level. (Password Required)Handout #15Step 1 - ReviewExplore the Guided Review for readiness standard 1 with the targeted tier 2 intervention group.Introduce the learning target and why it is important for future learning.Use a think-aloud strategy to review each problem.Invite students to share.</p> <p>Handout #16Ask students to reflect on their learning today.Reflection can be either verbal or written and may include the following question prompts:Step 2 - ReflectHandout #17</p> <p>Students individually complete Quick Check Form A for readiness standard 1 during the recommended time allowed.Guide students to self-correct their Quick Check Form A and write their score at the top of the page.Note: If time is limited, Quick Checks can be corrected by an adult.Step 3 - Assess</p> <p>Handout #18Hand out the Growth Chart for readiness standard 1.Guide students to record their progress in their Growth Chart:The type of intervention support provided.Their score in the table and chart.Collect student papers.</p> <p>9/25/122Step 4 - Chart ProgressHandout #19Setting goals and charting progress on a graph promotesintrinsic motivation.Step 5 - Create GroupsSort the students Growth Charts based on Quick Check data:Students who score below the learning goal are recommended to receive explicit instructionStudents who score at or above the learning goal are recommended to receive targeted practice</p> <p>Handout #19</p> <p>9/25/122Table TimeReview the intervention plan for session 1.What resources does the Delta Math RtI Program provide to be used during the first session of a targeted tier 2 intervention cycle?How can you decide if a student should receive explicit instruction or targeted practice during the second intervention session?</p> <p>Handout #15</p> <p>Targeted Tier 2 Intervention Plan(Sessions 2 through 8)Beginning (1 Group)Introduce the learning target and its relevanceMiddle (2 Groups)Teach (I do, We do)Practice (You do)End (1 Group)ReflectAssessChart Progress</p> <p>Handout #20, 21Regroup/ExitUse Quick Check data recorded in each Growth Chart to determine the type of support each student should receive and create flexible groupsStudents who score below the learning goal are recommended to receive explicit instruction.Students who score at or above the learning goal arerecommended to receive targeted practice.</p> <p>Discontinue targeted tier 2 intervention for students after they meet the learning goal 3 times.Table TimeReview the intervention plan for sessions 2 through 8.Which students are recommended to receive explicit instruction?When should a student be considered for exiting the targeted tier 2 intervention group?</p> <p>Handout #20Resources OrganizationIt is recommended that each school creates one set of targeted tier 2 intervention resources per grade and keep them in a central location.3 folders per readiness standardIntervention Cycle Masters (Folder 1)Lessons (Folder 2)Practice (Folder 3)Intervention cycle masters are available at www.deltamath.org under the Program Resources tab. (Password Required)Lesson and practice resources can be located within the previous grade levels district adopted curriculum.</p> <p>Implementation Team Planning Current Models of Support</p> <p>School wide to classroom modelsTime of day, frequency and durationMultiple small groups to whole classroomsWho provides the intervention?Handout #22, 23Implementation ChecklistBegin planning for:AwarenessPreparationInitial ImplementationSustainingHandout #24, 25</p> <p>44Learning from ExperienceBuild capacity without overwhelming your staff.Develop experts, provide opportunities to share and stay focused on the missionAnd rememberA student can hit any target they can seeand that holds still!</p> <p>(Rick Stiggins, formative assessment expert)Thank You!The Delta Math RtI Program was developed by the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District (OAISD).</p> <p>(The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the Michigan Department of Education, the Michigan State Board of Education, or the U.S. Department of Education, and no endorsement is inferred.) </p> <p>This document was produced and distributed through Michigan's Integrated Mathematics Initiative (MI) 2, a Mandated Activities Project (MAP), funded under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) through the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education. The facilitator manual was produced by EDC, Inc. in Waltham, MA. </p>

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