The RTI Fidelity of Implementation Rubric and the RTI Essential Components Worksheet are for use by individuals responsible for monitoring the school-level fidelity of RTI implementation. They may also be used by schools for self-appraisal evaluation; however, they were not designed for compliance monitoring and therefore should not be used for this purpose. The rubric and the worksheet are designed to be used together and are aligned with the essential components of RTI.
This collection of resources provides information about MTSS/RTI implementation, implementing MTSS/RTI with fidelity, and evaluating your RTI framework.
This collection of publications includes research articles, presentations, tools, and briefs on a range of MTSS/RTI related topics.
Essential Components of RTI Integrity Framework: A Tool for Monitoring and Evaluating RTI Implementation
In this webinar, Dr. Amy Elledge discusses the RTI Essential Components Integrity Rubric and Worksheet. She describes how they can be used to monitor school-level fidelity of RTI and as a self-appraisal evaluation to identify areas to target professional development and resources. The webinar also gives examples from schools and districts who have utilized the tools to measure their fidelity to RTI.
Webinars are web-based seminars, or presentations, that are transmitted over the web. This collection includes webinars on a range of RTI related topics.
AIR is currently supporting the New York State Department of Education by serving as one of four regional professional development centers focused on RTI. AIR is developing training materials and providing on-site and off-site technical assistance to teams of staff in 120 schools in New York City.
From 2010 through 2012, AIR helped restructure and facilitate meetings with Washington’s state leadership team and to develop an “essential components” document that was presented to the State Board of Education to enhance buy-in among stakeholders. In addition, AIR supported the development, administration, analysis, and synthesis of a survey across the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction that helped the office identify overlapping areas within the office related to RTI efforts.