This collection of resources provides information about the multi-level prevention system. The multi-level prevention system includes three levels of intensity or prevention. The primary prevention level includes high quality core instruction. The secondary level includes evidence-based intervention(s) of moderate intensity. The tertiary prevention level includes individualized intervention(s) of increased intensity for students who show minimal response to secondary prevention. The primary level may be known as Tier I, the secondary level as Tier II, and the tertiary level as Tier III or intensive intervention.
In this webinar, Dr. Katie Klingler Tackett provides an overview of Schoolwide Multi-Level Prevention Systems also commonly know as a Multi-Tiered System of Support. She discusses key features of each level or tier within the system including the primary level (Tier I), secondary level (Tier II), and tertiary level (Tier III).
Through this module participants will become familiar with the essential components of an RTI framework with a particular focus on the multi-level prevention system. The module covers the three levels of a multi-level prevention system (primary, secondary, and tertiary), selecting evidence-based practices, and making decisions about student movement between levels of the prevention system.
This glossary includes key terms related to MTSS/RTI and the essential components of MTSS/RTI, screening, progress monitoring, multi-level prevention system, and data-based decison making.
This series of self-paced learning modules takes a closer look at how assessment and data-based decision making are used within the RTI framework. The first in this series provides an overview of the types of assessments that can be used within a RTI framework, while the others look more specifically at decision making using screening and progress monitoring data. The final module explores how the multi-level prevention system relates to special education and how RTI differs from a prereferral process.how the multi-level prevention system relates to special education and how RTI differs from a prereferral process.
This resource provides a definition of RTI, reviews essential RTI components (screening, progress monitoring, the multi-level prevention system, and data-based decision making), and responds to frequently asked questions about implementing RTI. This document lays out four essential components of RTI: a school-wide, multi-level instructional and behavioral system for preventing school failure; screening; progress monitoring; and data-based decision making for instruction, movement within the multi-level system, and disability identification (in accordance with state law).
This learning module provides an overview of the multi-level prevention system within the Response to Intervention framework. It explains the relevant focus, instruction, settings, and assessments at each level of prevention and demonstrates how screening and progress monitoring are utilized for data-based decision making.
These three training modules were developed for beginning implementers of response to intervention (RTI) or multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS). These modules are intended to provide foundational knowledge about the essential components of RTI (screening, progress monitoring, the multi-level prevention system, and data-based decsion makning) and to build an understanding about the importance of RTI implementation. The modules were designed to be delivered in the following sequence: screening, progress monitoring, and multi-level prevention system. The fourth essential component, data-based decision making, is embedded throughout the three modules.
These collections of resources focus on the essential components of RTI. The four essential components of an RTI framework are screening, progress monitoring, multi-level or multi-tier prevention system, and data-based decision making.
This collection of resources provides information about data-based decision making. Data analysis and decision making occur at all levels of RTI implementation and all levels of instruction. Teams use data to make decisions about instruction, movement within the multi-level prevention system, and disability identification (in accordance with state law).