Presentation on theme: "Building-Based Student Support Team A Regular Education Process of."— Presentation transcript:
Building-Based Student Support Team A Regular Education Process of
CONCERNS Discipline & Drop-outs Discipline & Drop-outs Individual needs/challenges Individual needs/challenges Referrals to special education Referrals to special education
LEE v. MACON Mandatory BBSST Lee v. Macon Consent Decree, Prereferral Process, pgs. 4-7Lee v. Macon Consent Decree, Prereferral Process, pgs. 4-7 Ala. Admin. Code § 290-8-9-.1-.72ER(2)Ala. Admin. Code § 290-8-9-.1-.72ER(2)
REFERRALS What Kinds Are There? Academi c Behavioral
Who should be referred? Students who are –Scoring 63 or below –Excessively absent and tardied –Displaying inadequate social/emotional behaviors –Experiencing environmental problems
Promotion Making the honor roll Passing the graduation exam Higher SAT scores BBSST is not a guarantee of…….
Active 504 or IEP students NEVER go to BBSST !
What BBSST can be is a guarantee that a student will be given every consideration & accommodation that the school staff can offer as an opportunity for success.
How Long? Give intervention 6-9 weeks (30-45 class days)…… (30-45 class days)…… If it is not helping the student- there’s absolutely no change after 2 weeks, change it.
Questions for Parents Where should your child study? How quiet should it be? What about light? Should you turn up the heat/cool air? Should children be allowed to eat while studying?ANSWERS It Depends On Your Child & Their Learning Style !!
Other Home Study Tips Listen to the internal time clock Have your student (or child) describe the ideal study spot Try an experiment for getting your student (or child) to do homework - For two weeks agree to let your student (or child) study at home any time, any place, with anything they say they need !! - For best results, contact the parent (or teacher) & discuss prior to implementing to determine whether work improves during the trial period