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Core Component 7: Fidelity of Implementation

The selected Web resources support site and district team members in their quest to ensure that variations in their data indicate changes in student learning, rather than inconsistency of intervention implementation.

Core Component 7: Fidelity of Implementation
The following Web resources support site teams’ efforts to implement intervention techniques and programs in the manner they were intended to be, and were found to be effective in research studies. These sites provide support in setting up aspects of infrastructure such as feedback loops, end-of-year surveys, embedded assessments, and stakeholder feedback.

  1. Create Your Implementation Blueprint: Avoiding Implementation Pitfalls External link opens in new window or tab.
    Provides guidelines and examples for implementation based on lessons learned so that more consistent implementation and intervention can be achieved. By Susan L. Hall. RTI Action Network.
  2. Introduction to Responsiveness to Intervention: Fidelity of Implementation External link opens in new window or tab.
    Provides an overview, definitions, tools, methods, sample roles and responsibilities, and rubric for judging high-quality fidelity of implementation at all three tier levels. National Center on Response to Intervention.
  3. RTI Integrity Framework: A Tool for Monitoring and Evaluating RTI Implementation External link opens in new window or tab.
    Provides explanations and examples of how the tools help implement and maintain fidelity and why they are important (Webinar 27:21) transcript, slides, rubric, worksheet, chat log. National Center on Response to Intervention.
  4. RTI Integrity Rubric and Worksheet External link opens in new window or tab.
    Provides forms for monitoring the school-level fidelity of RtI implementation for self-appraisal, not compliance. National Center on Response to Intervention.

Questions: Phyllis Hallam | phallam@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-4630 
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