Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
The Change Plan study reflects an extended interest originating from the Saleem (2019) program evaluation study. The Saleem (2019) program evaluation revealed the absence of critical elements used to mobilize RtI supports and trigger adjustments to Tier II level interventions. Following the program evaluation were two meaningful action research activities including efforts of elevating the RtI framework and improving data collection forms. The plausibility of deep rooted factors continuing to exist in current RtI operations prompted research efforts of the Change Plan. Using Wagner’s 4C’s “As Is” and “To Be”diagnostic tools provided a lens into RtI orientations and sustained behaviors since its initial inception. Research design tools including a self-report survey revealed RtI practices were loosely aligned to the needs of the district.
Saleem, Tammy, "Elevating The Response To Intervention Framework: Positioning Data To Forge Change Needed For Stronger RTI Practices" (2020). Dissertations. 450.