Project #78004 - Response to Intervention (RTI) Report (Education Field)

** Please note this is not a "traditional" paper/project. Please only bid on this project if you believe you are able to help as needed. Someone with some kind of knowledge of educational practices would be ideal, but not required. 

I need assistance with an assignment for my Classroom Management and Discipline graduate student course. I need someone whom is capable and willing to familiarize themselves with the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework model as it is essential for completing this project. I will provide the information on the "struggling student" as mentioned in the prompt. I will attach links that describe how to use the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework model along with examples of what the completed assignment should look like. 

Prompt: Create a plan to address the needs of a struggling student, at the grade level of your choice, using the Response To Intervention framework. Write a report that details student's characteristics, universal screenings, interventions, progress monitoring, fidelity, additional personnel, and barriers.  The student can be struggling academically, behaviorally or in multiple areas. The final project only needs to be 5-6 pages, not 12 like the examples. 

The necessary sections of the report are: 

  • Introduction to RTI (introducte the RTI model) 
  • Student Profile (introduce the student)
  • Possible Explanations (why is the student acting out?)
  • Validation (why you believe what you do about the possible explanations)
  • Planning (what you plan to do to help the student)
  • Behavioral Incentive Plan (design an incentive plan to help promote good behavior)
  • Evaluation Plan (how do you plan to evaluate your plan?)
  • References (there needs to be a total of 4, 2 of which I will provide)

Focus Student: The student being evaluated for this project/assignment is a 7 year old first-grade male. The student has a very hard time remaining focused during lessons being taught by the teacher and often does not complete his work. He is very often out of his seat, even when the teacher has repeatedly told him to sit down and has issued warnings that lead to loss of privileges. This student is a bright child that appears to understand everything, but his poor performance on assignments and tests would indicate he does not retrain information. The student interacts well with his classmates, but is often in trouble for talking too much and/or when the teacher is talking. He is also known to play rough on the playground, too. It is assumed that the student has ADHD. 

When in doubt, closely follow the examples that I attach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/03/2015 12:00 pm
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