RTI and MTSS
Response to Intervention (RtI) is “the practice of providing (1) high-quality instruction/ intervention matched to student needs, and (2) using learning rate over time and level of performance to, (3) make important educational decisions” (Batsche, et al., 2005). This means using differentiated instructional strategies for all learners, providing all learners with scientific, research-based interventions, continuously measuring student performance using scientifically research-based progress monitoring instruments for all learners and making educational decisions based on a student’s response to interventions.
District 142 uses the FastBridge benchmark assessments, Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) scores, IAR results, and classroom assessments to provide educational decisions and monitor student progress.
Response to Intervention (RTI): A Primer for Parents
FastBridge Benchmark Assessment
FastBridge assessments combine Curriculum-Based Measures (CBM) and Computer-Adaptive Tests (CAT) for reading and math delivering accurate, actionable reports for screening and skill analysis for our classroom teachers.
- Reading CBM – Fall, Winter and Spring
- Math Concepts and Applications – Fall, Winter and Spring
- Math Computations – Fall, Winter and Spring
Researched Based Instructional Materials
- Grades K-5
- Wilson Fundations and Reading Systems (K-5)
- RAZ-Kids (Grade K)
- Haggerty Phonics (Grades K-1)
- Comprehension Toolkit (Grades 1-5)
- Grades 6-8
- Read 180
- Wilson Reading
- Elementary School (Grades K-5)
- IXL Math
- Middle School (Grades 6-8)
- IXL Math