RTI / MTSS Assessment and Intervention Data

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Ty Participant Subscriber 2 years
On the student app, it would be great to be able to warehouse RTI / MTSS data on academic interventions / progress monitoring. Currently, staff is inputting the following information into very inconvenient, albeit beautifully designed (shout out to Taylor Cox) spreadsheets. Benchmark Data (will differ from site to site):
  • IReady
  • BAS
Bi-Weekly Progress Monitoring on Specific Interventions (concept would apply to most schools implementing RTI):
  • It would be nice to have the intervention name, an input for the dates of the intervention (drop down function of some sort with preloaded approved interventions), and baseline scores .
  • Bi-Weekly update function for staff to enter data (mostly Oral Reading Fluency and / or nonsense word fluency from DIBELS).
Social /Emotional Risk Data (similar to what was suggested through Catalyst):
  • Benchmark Data collected for SRSS in fall, winter, and spring .
  • Input for intervention name, input for type of data collected, and input for data.
Overall, this would be a more streamlined way of collecting data that wouldn't require giant warehousing of information on spreadsheets that teachers can mess with the formulas when entering. An RTI / MTSS portion of the platform would be extremely innovative in the sense that it would have historical data that could follow students from year to year. Middle school and high school instructors could get more detailed information on the many eveidence based interventions that happen in the elementary. At the more macro district level, it would create an ability to monitor the effectiveness of specific interventions, and could even start to build more predictive intervention models for students fitting certain profiles. I would be happy to help with a pilot and Taylor Cox and I have collaborated already on what this could potentially look like - whether through .csv upload or through teachers directly entering in Abre (which they do now in Sheets). Excited to see a potential connection to our Tiered Systems of Support!