Students convenes to revisit the IEP and determine the

Students
who are not showing sufficient progress are moved to Tier 2. It is during this
Tier that students are provided with intensive instruction matched to their
needs on the basis of performance and rates of progress. For behavior
management Tier 2 is considered the target, short-term (observations,
Functional Behavioral Assessments FBAs) behavior plans. Students who make
little progress at Tier 2 are then considered for a more intensive interventions as part of Tier 3. Before Tier 3
intervention a team consisting of the student’s teacher, parents, speech
therapist, guidance counselor, school psychologist, special education teacher
and other staff members will meet and use the RTI data collected to decide what
instructional support the student needs and how long they will need it.
 This multidisciplinary team convenes and a full evaluation is conducted
to document eligibility and an Individualized Education Program (IEP) is
developed. In Tier 3 students receive individualized, intensive interventions
that target the student’s skill deficits. Students receive the most intensive
intervention by a special education professional. Placement for service
delivery and the specific interventions are based on the IEP. For behavioral
management Tier 3 is the intensive, long term tier consisting of behavior plans and
counseling therapy, multi-agency plans and data progress monitoring. For
students who are responsive to Tier 3, the multisensory team convenes to
revisit the IEP and determine the best placement (e.g., Tier 1 or Tier 2).Students
who are not showing sufficient progress are moved to Tier 2. It is during this
Tier that students are provided with intensive instruction matched to their
needs on the basis of performance and rates of progress. For behavior
management Tier 2 is considered the target, short-term (observations,
Functional Behavioral Assessments FBAs) behavior plans. Students who make
little progress at Tier 2 are then considered for a more intensive interventions as part of Tier 3. Before Tier 3
intervention a team consisting of the student’s teacher, parents, speech
therapist, guidance counselor, school psychologist, special education teacher
and other staff members will meet and use the RTI data collected to decide what
instructional support the student needs and how long they will need it.
 This multidisciplinary team convenes and a full evaluation is conducted
to document eligibility and an Individualized Education Program (IEP) is
developed. In Tier 3 students receive individualized, intensive interventions
that target the student’s skill deficits. Students receive the most intensive
intervention by a special education professional. Placement for service
delivery and the specific interventions are based on the IEP. For behavioral
management Tier 3 is the intensive, long term tier consisting of behavior plans and
counseling therapy, multi-agency plans and data progress monitoring. For
students who are responsive to Tier 3, the multisensory team convenes to
revisit the IEP and determine the best placement (e.g., Tier 1 or Tier 2).