Presentation on theme: "AAIS PREVENTATIVE AND RESPONSIVE INTERVENTIONS Promoting Innovative Practice David Holden"— Presentation transcript:
AAIS PREVENTATIVE AND RESPONSIVE INTERVENTIONS Promoting Innovative Practice David Holden firstname.lastname@example.org
P YRAMID OF I NTERVENTIONS Responsive (Individual) Use of teams to address individual student academic needs Responsive (Whole Group) Use of both formative and summative assessments to determine and make adjustments to instruction Preventative Ongoing collaborative instructional planning, classroom level delivery, and collaborative data analysis through interdisciplinary and content PLC teams
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WCHS I NTERVENTIONS S HARE P OINT S ITE
D ID YOU SEE / HEAR …? A sense of process Data driven/evidence based conversation Use of technology Positive, solution-oriented conversation
B EST P RACTICES Intervention Specialist Role: gather data, supervise paperwork, initiate intensive processes (level 3) Submit Names In Advance of Meeting Make Sharing Best Practices a Priority Establish a “Flag” System (Next 2 Slides)
W HITES C REEK HS F LAG S YSTEM Tier One: Start with 2 flag students 70/70 Rule: Attendance: 70% or higher attendance average Grades: 70% or lower grade average Students moving toward 3rd flag (ex: suspensions) Start with 10th graders and work your way up.
W HITES C REEK HS F LAG S YSTEM Tier Two: Look at two flag students who have attendance averages below 70% Check the Support and Interventions page in Chancery to see if they have been submitted to cluster support. As a team, establish an advocate for each student. The advocate will touch bases with the student and call home and update the Support and Interventions page in the student management system.
C OMMIT TO C ONTINUOUS I MPROVEMENT
T HANK Y OU David Holden email@example.com 619-947-8171 @davidholden