The first steps to developing an effective during the school day intervention and enrichment program include the following:
- Agreement to hold ourselves accountable for the learning of the students
- Commitment to teach and assess the same concepts
- Willingness to make adjustments to the master schedule to create intervention time for students
- Readiness to answer these four questions adapted from Richard Dufour:
- What do we want to the students to know? (common curriculum/scope and sequence)
- How will we know if they know it? (common assessments)
- What will we do for those who don't know it? (reteach)
- What will we do for those who master it? (enrichment)
Presentation on Prescriptive Intervention and Common Formative Assessment
A presentation on the concepts of prescriptive intervention, CFAs, and an analysis of various intervention choices
Implementing reteach and enrichment on your campus
This post contains a short five minute video of an effective during the school day intervention and enrichment program.
What is Prescriptive Intervention?
A look at the components of a targeted intervention rather than a genral approach.
The Evolution of Intervention
A quick review of four different solutions for during the school day intervention.
Immediate Incremental Intervention
We must use a similar approach to reteaching that we use in coaching in our classrooms as well.
5 Tips for During the School Day Intervention from an Elementary Principal
Some practical guidace from the principal of an exemplary Title 1 Texas public elementary school