Video: Intervention System at Fleming Neon Middle School
Fleming Neon Middle School has a fully
functioning intervention system in place to ensure students are
successful! Principal Ronnie Goins shares the importance of intentional
scheduling, being data driven, and how putting the needs of learners
first creates the learning environment that not only teachers embrace,
but students also understand their role in the intervention process and
school success. Total time
Video: Fleming Neon Middle School’s Motto is Exemplified By Teachers and Students
“Our students are successful based on what
we do.” This is the motto shared by the principal, Ronnie Goins, and is
exemplified in the hallways and in conversations at Fleming Neon Middle
School by teachers and students. Students know and make learning
decisions based on their data and teachers use the data to determine
learning next steps in the intervention block. The motto is not just a
set of words, but the foundation of a belief system that drives the
learning culture at FNMS. Total time 0:58.
Video: Fleming Neon Middle School Teachers and Students Work Out Flexible Plan For Success
Fleming Neon Middle School teacher, Stacy Quillen shares how
Response to Intervention is most powerful when students learn to
self-regulate and take charge of their own learning. Teachers and
students work out a flexible plan for success. Students are guided in
goal setting and find success in reaching goals as students and teachers
work collaboratively. Total time 1:12.
Video: Relationship Building Equates to Students Being Motivated and Inspired
The number one influence on student
success is building relationships! Fleming Neon Middle School teachers
talk about how building these relationships with their students is a
vital piece to the puzzle! Relationship building equates to students
being motivated and inspired to challenge themselves in the learning
process. Total time 1:49.
Video: School-wide RtI Program Benefits Students
Lisa Ware, Curriculum Coach at Jones Park Elementary located within Casey County, shares how the “all hands on deck” approach to their school-wide RtI program benefits students. Total time :41.
Video: Placement Decisions Within RtI Groups Based On Performance Data
Zach Hibbs, Educational Recovery Specialist and former mathematics teacher, along with Sarah Sowders and Sarah Tyson, teacher leaders at Hopkins County Central High School, demonstrate how they make student placement decisions within RtI groups based on performance data. Within this video, teachers share strategies used with students to target specific standards. Total Time 3:23.
Video: RtI at Pulaski County High School (PCHS)
Rodney McAninch describes the Response to Intervention process at
PCHS. He explains the systematic process used to
meet the needs of all students. The video includes a discussion of the
Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycle and how the data is helpful in monitoring Tier I
Instruction. Total time 4:42.
Video: Focus and Purpose of RtI at PCHS
Principal Rodney McAninch describes the focus and purpose of the Response to Intervention process. A discussion of the intensive, individualized intervention used to meet the needs of each student is included as well as the role of the counselor and the entire Intervention Team in student placement and ultimate student achievement. Total time 3:50.
Video: Learning Labs at Pulaski County High School (PCHS)
Sheila Elmore, guidance
counselor at PCHS, shares the interventions they
provide for underclassmen and the college readiness classes they provide
for seniors. She explains how students are placed in the intervention
classes and how students earn high school credit through
participation and completion of the work. This video explains how the
learning labs are graded and how the RTI team monitors student progress
and achievement. Total time
Video: Reading Learning Labs at PCHS
Teri Marcum, teacher at PCHS, explains the purpose of the Reading Learning Lab and the types of interventions offered within the lab. This video demonstrates how students monitor their own progress and how the teacher individualizes instruction to benefit student success. Total time 4:29.
Video: Math Learning Labs at PCHS
This video describes how and why PCHS individualizes instruction within learning labs, which are impacting the success of students. Teacher Lucian Deaton explains the purpose of math learning labs, how students are assessed, and how they are appropriately assigned to the labs. Mr. Deaton shares a story of a student who benefited from participating in the learning lab. Total time 6:29.
Video: PBIS-Check and Connect Program
Julena Edwards, Youth Service Center Coordinator, shares the Check and
Connect Program at Pulaski County High School, a behavior intervention
strategy. The video includes how the program encourages students to
problem solve while enabling students and staff to develop a caring
relationship. Click on the image below to view the video. Total time
Video: Back-On-Track Program
Pulaski County High School student, Tyler Gillilan explains the Back-On-Track program and shares his experiences with this intervention process. He describes how his behavior has improved as a result of participating in the Back-On-Track program. Total time 2:22.
Video: Learning Contracts
Annie Conner, Special Education Liaison at Pulaski County High School,
shares how learning contracts are effectively implemented and how they
are used to impact student behavioral expectations so that student
learning is increased. Total
Video: Franklin Simpson High School-Evolution of an RtI System
Principal Tim Schlosser shares the evolution of a successful
high school response to intervention process. This video includes the
role and importance of the counselor, Mandy Bills, and academic coach,
Leah Wood, in the school-wide success of RtI. Total time 9:23.
Video: Franklin Simpson High School-Safety Nets
Larissa Adams, high school math interventionist tells of three
tools that are instrumental at Franklin Simpson High School for the
Freshman/Sophomore math intervention program. This video illustrates
how data is used effectively to make instructional decisions to ensure
students are improving and reaching grade level skills. Total time 5:38.