Reviewing Your Selected and Intensive Levels of Support
In a school’s culturally responsive multi-level system of support, the selected and intensive levels are established to respond to students whose needs extend beyond the reach of a robust universal level of support.
Sounds good, right? But how do schools get started?
The Wisconsin RtI Center has developed a process to guide schools in creating and sustaining a school-wide approach to respond to student needs. The graphic below illustrates the key features of this process.
The Wisconsin RtI Center has developed a set of independent learning modules to guide schools through the key features associated most directly with the selected and intensive levels of support. These features are highlighted in the graphic above.
To find out which key features to address in your school, read the module descriptions and gauge the degree of match to your school’s needs. If your school has completed the School-wide Implementation Review (SIR), also analyze results for your selected and intensive levels of support to use as a part of your decision-making process.
Once you have found a starting point, access the learning module by clicking on the key feature from the menu below.
- Establish Collaborative Structures
- Select Interventions and Additional Challenges
- Plan Logistics
- Dig Deeper
- Match Supports to Needs
- Monitor Progress and Adjust Accordingly
- Evaluate and Refine the Process