RTI Coordinator SHS 9.10/2019 (#1800768)
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS of this position include but are not limited to the following: Tier 1- Ensures a high-quality classroom experience for all children. 1. Uses data from instructional quality assessments to identify areas of strength and opportunity. 2. Works with teachers and support staff to create a print-rich, engaging physical environment for children (i.e., work stations). 3. Works with teachers and support staff in establishing and supporting positive classroom climates using a Positive Behavior Support System. 4. Assists teachers and support staff to develop research-based, instructional practices that support the development of children’s language, early literacy, and mathematical background knowledge and concept development. 5. Maintains and uses data to help teachers plan whole group and small group instruction. 6. Uses coaching tools effectively (i.e., videos, coaching forms, fidelity checks, and modeling). Tier 2- Supports teachers in developing and implementing secondary interventions. 1. Uses data to help teachers identify and group children who need additional supports. 2. Helps teachers develop and implement classroom-based, developmentally appropriate interventions for small groups of children to close the gaps in their acquisition of curriculum and/or behavioral skills. 3. Supports teachers in documenting children’s progress. 4. Facilitates the Student Support Team (SST) process with the principal, support staff, parents, and instructional staff. 5. Uses instructional and behavioral support tools (i.e., SST forms, functional behavior assessment forms, behavior observation forms) effectively. Tier 3 – Coordinates individualized and tertiary support 1. Works with the Special Education Supervisor, Building Administrator, School Psychologist, Instructional Supervisor, etc. to facilitate eligibility for special education. 2. Supports special education staff in the implementation of research-based best practices. District and Building Level Support 1. Oversees data collection and progress monitoring at every tier. 2. Responsible for supporting intervention materials, including software. 3. Creates a resource and intervention portal. 4. Creates and implements systems for program administration, including referrals, data collection and storage. 5. Allocates time and resources effectively. 6. Respects confidentiality. 7. Communicates effectively with parents, students, staff and community. 8. Responsible for implementing the Districts’ RTI Plan at assigned site. 9. Responsible for developing and maintaining notebook of Title I monitoring requirements. 10. Leads and participates in meetings, including grade level planning meetings and data analysis meetings. 11. Facilitates Family Engagement activities (i.e., training, Student/Parent Compact) in the school. 12. Organizes and manages the Leveled Reader Library.