- Student Intervention Response Meeting
- Apply a problemsolving strategy
- Collaboratively plan with collogues using a systematic approach
- Use progress monitoring data and intervention logs to determine which students required an instructional adaptation
Student Intervention Response Meeting
Materials: Student screening data, progress monitoring data, informal diagnostic data, Instructional Planning for Intervention form, Intervention Logs, sample lessons, 25-minute collaborative problem-solving process
Course Hours: 4
Prerequisite Trainings: DIBELS®, Data Analysis, Informal Surveys, Differentiated Instruction through Use of Informal Surveys, Intervention Logs and Logistical Planning for Intervention.
Course Description: Instructor will facilitate a meeting to determine student progress as a result of classroom intervention. The 25-Minute Process for Academic or Behavior Concerns will be introduced and modeled as a tool for collaborative problem solving. Participants will practice and then apply the student focused process targeting a current problem.
Participants will be able to:
Student Participation: Yes
Substitute Needs: 1 substitute teacher to follow each SBSL coach.