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Christine Suau EEX 3070 Video 1 In this video, the three-tier model for Response to intervention is thoroughly described. Tier one is differentiated instruction that is provided to all students and is delivered by the general education teacher. This tier uses evidence-based core curriculum in order to meet the expected learning needs for approximately 80% of students. Tier 2 Builds up tier 1 instruction and is usually delivered to a small group of students. This tier does not replace tier 1 core curriculum, it is added in order to provided further instruction to those students who need extra assistance. Tier 3 instruction is provided to a smaller group of students who are not showing adequate progress in tier 2 or tier 1. Tier 3 uses intensive instruction that is extended for those students and is usually provided to students individually or in groups of 1 to 3 students. Students do not have to be labeled as disabled in order to receive tier 3 intervention. This tier is usually offered to about 5% of students, some of the students may require special education services. This tier supplements tier 1 and students are not pulled from the classroom during instruction in order to receive this intensive intervention. As a future teacher, I would like to know how exactly to implement progress monitoring in order to ensure that all my students are receiving the support they need. After assessments and progress monitoring I would be worried that my instruction is not effective toward certain students. How would I know if it was my instruction, or their skills to retain the knowledge?
Christine Suau EEX 3070 Video 2 In this video Response to intervention tiers 1 and 2 and differentiated instruction are explained

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