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Alignment of Interventions

Sometimes students finish or place out of an intervention program in the middle of the year, and it is difficult to know what program they should be placed into next.  Not all programs have multiple levels, nor is it often clear to teachers what program to use next.  How do you coordinate or align intervention programs so that students are placed in the appropriate sequence of programs?

Summary of Team Ideas for Addressing the Issue:

Scaffolding of service/programs

Flexibility of groups

Longer small group time with less double dosing

Bumping successful students out as more needy students come in for double dose

Flooding at grade level

Dual language makes intervention difficult due to scheduling

Diagnose-list of interventions by 5 Big Ideas, matching the student to the intervention (Hillsboro shared one that was helpful)

Grade Level Team meetings-discuss the students, if anyone really falls out-special education, teacher works with teacher to train them to collect data about students

© 2006 by the Oregon Reading First Center

Center on Teaching and Learning

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