predetermined format which will be delivered the same way for each student. If the student shows appropriate progress, then they will no longer need the additional instruction in Tier 1. If progress is determined to be minimal, then the student will proceed to Tier 2. 4. Recommendation was implemented, unfortunately Compton's progress continues to be insufficient. Name and explain the next step in the RTI approach. Since Compton's progress continued to be insufficient, he will be referred to Tier 2, where he will be provided more intensive instruction from “the team." Again all students follow “one standard, validated intervention that addresses a variety of skills”(IRIS 2006). Tier 2 is built further on the Tier 1 instruction, using strategic, evidence-based interventions to help students catch up in areas of difficulty. Tier 2 generally consists of an even smaller group of students. Compton will receive "target" Tier 2 instruction while continuing to receive Tier 1 instruction. If Compton reaches “his goals” he no longer receives Tier 2 instruction, but will continue to receive Tier 1 instruction. If Compton continues to show insufficient progress at the Tier 2 level he will then be moved up to Tier 3. References 4
RESPONSE-TO-INTERVENTION Lerner, J., John. B., (2015) Learning Disabilities and Related Disabilities. Stamford, CT:Cengage Learning The IRIS Center. (2006). RTI (part 1): An overview: Retrieved from 5
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