'What I Need' Intervention #MakeItCount #EveryChildEveryDay
Response to Instruction & Intervention
Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI²) is Tennessee’s framework for teaching and learning that begins with high-quality, differentiated instruction throughout the day and emphasizes intervening with students when they first start to struggle to avoid prolonged academic difficulties. At CMS Response to Intervention is called W.I.N. Time where each student is provided tiered, research-based intervention based on their individual needs.
E.A. Cox Middle School administers AimsWeb, a universal screening process that uses multiple sources of data to identify individual student strengths and areas of need and that provides us with accurate information for making informed decisions about skills-specific interventions, remediation, re-teaching, and enrichment for each child three times per year. All students must participate in a universal screening process to identify those who may need additional support and/or other types of instruction.
WIN Structure for Tiered Supports
WIN Time Progress Monitoring
Progress monitoring is used to assess students' academic performance, to quantify a student rate of improvement or responsiveness to instruction, and to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. Progress monitoring can be implemented with individual students or an entire class.
WIN Cycle of Continuous Improvement
As we #MakeItCount for #EveryChildEveryDay, it is our goal that all students are learning at high levels in a culture of collaboration that is focused on results. Through a continuous cycle of screening, data-based decision making, multi-tiered supports and progress monitoring, it the mission of E.A Cox Middle that Everyone is a Leader: Learning, Growing, and Succeeding.