Teachers spend a lot of time and effort discussing student needs, creating plans, providing differentiated support, and documenting the work--however, without the right intervention plan, the work becomes a documentation process instead of the intended problem-solving practice. In this webinar, Dr. Nicole Moriarty, Director of ENL, and Catherine Shanahan, Instructional Leader K12, of Mineola Union Free School District in New York joined together with Dr. Essie Sutton, Director of Learning Science, and Dr. Eva Dundas, Chief Learning Officer at Branching Minds, to discuss best practices for intervention planning in a MTSS/RTI model.
In this webinar we cover:
the key components of successful intervention plans and common pitfalls;
how to select and document evidence-based supports for struggling students;
how this practice has evolved at Mineola UFSD, with the support of Branching Minds;
leading to an impressive 9 percentile point gain average for students provided interventions.