ETO Intervention/Enrichment Cisely Scott Curriculum Support Specialist Education Transformation Office
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Cisely ScottCurriculum Support SpecialistEducation Transformation Office
Common Board Configuration (CBC)DATE: August 10, 20111
BELL RINGER: Make an appointment.
OBJECTIVE: Today we will examine the role Interventions and Enrichment play in our work to improve student achievement by identifying its purpose, reviewing materials used for interventions, and looking at how an effective intervention program is developed.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is having a strong plan for interventions/enrichment such an important part of increasing student achievement. instructional math coach?VOCABULARY: interventions, enrichment, accountability groups, interventionists
AGENDA: Access prior knowledge: What is Intervention?Who Goes to Intervention?What Types of Intervention? Intervention MaterialsGetting StartedSelecting InterventionistSetting Up for InterventionsYour Turn (Activity)Journal Reflection: How does this affect teacher performance and student achievement?
EXIT SLIP: IN YOUR JOURNALConnect: Write about 3 new things that you learned today and how this will help you as a teacher.Connect: Why is having a strong plan for interventions/enrichment such an important part of increasing student achievement.?
HOME LEARNING: Review todays lesson and develop your next steps to utilize this information at your school.
Essential Question Why is having a strong plan for interventions/enrichment such an important part of increasing student achievement?
Make An Appointment!
InterventionWho? What?When? The answersin no particular orderWhy?...because Im tired and sleepy Where? Why? How ?
What Is Intervention?
What is Intervention?A 30-60 minute session, outside of the regular math instructional blockA small group session that focuses on skills identified by assessments, and/or teacher observationDesigned to close critical learning gaps and increase mathematical fluency
Who Attends Intervention?Accountability GroupsLowest 25%Bubble 2 StudentsAYP Subgroups (i.e. ELL Students)Students that show deficiencies on assessments (fluid groups)
When Do Interventions Take Place?Before SchoolAfterschoolDuring Special AreasDuring Differentiated Instruction
Types of InterventionPush In InterventionPull Out Intervention
Interventionists travel to the classrooms.Works with groups of students during small group instructional time.May also assist the teacher by reinforcing the lesson.
Push-in MaterialsETO Provided Intervention MaterialElevations, Hands-On Standards, Benchmark Specific MaterialsGoMath Grab and Go ActivitiesGoMath Strategic Intervention ActivitiesGoMath Online InterventionExamView ItemsEverglades LessonsFundamental Packets
Pull-Out InterventionsInterventions take place in a designated area (i.e. lab, portable, identified room).Teachers deliver students to the designated intervention room/lab.Interventionist works with a small group of students, utilizing the Elevations curriculum.
Colorful Student Pages
Choosing InterventionistsSit in on interviewing process.Give person a practice assessmentWatch them teach one intervention sessionChoose someone that is comfortable with math.
Getting StartedInterventionists are given a scheduled time to push-in/pull-out students.
Getting StartedReview the rosters of interventionists.
Getting StartedReview the skills calendar.
Getting StartedPlan with interventionistsDiscuss/Review lessonsDiscuss manipulative usageProvide other materials to ensure organization (containers, binders, copy boxes etc.)
Keys to Effective InterventionCommunicate constantly with interventionists.Monitor student progress through quizzes.Visit interventions.Monitor attendance by reviewing sign-in sheets.Interventionists communicate with teachers.
3-D Shapes (Elevations)
So Whats Your Plan?With your 12:00 partner, tell how you would ensure that interventions were effective and successful in your school?
ActivityDevelop a skills calendar, by looking at an Edusoft report. Identify which Elevations lessons you would use. Be sure to incorporate quizzes!
Think-Pair-ShareWith your partner, discuss how doing this activity helps to streamline and guide interventions.
Why Do We Need Enrichment?Many times we focus on the lowest 25% for extra interventions.Students that are proficient, according to FCAT data, often fall to lower levels the following year.
How do you provide enrichment?
How To Provide Enrichment?Math ClubsProject-based instructionPull group during differentiated instructionAllow high-performing students to be student teachers to tutor/guide in small groups
Your TurnDiscuss other ways to provide enrichment for our students.
ReflectionsWrite about 3 new things that you learned today and how this will help you increase student achievement in your classroom.Why is having a strong plan for interventions/enrichment such an important part of increasing student achievement?