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Intervnetion NameDescriptionTier Area of ConcernTargeted SkillDurationFrequencyProgress Monitoring
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Behavior ContractsStudent contracts designed to communicate clear boundaries and expectations for behavior. Student and family buy in is crucial, consequences are outlined, time is defined.Tier 2/3BehaviorPositive behaviordefine in the plan
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Planned IgnoringIgnoring attention-seeking or escape behaviorsTier 1BehaviorAttention- seeking, escapeAs neededNone
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Environmental ControlSetting up the classroom to support student in attending to the materials Ex: Move student away from trigger students or move student space to front of classroomTier 1Behavior
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Physical ProximityOrient your physical space based on the students behvior. If the student is begining to act our or become disruptive, move closer. If the student is a runner and you can see them begin to escelate, position your body in front of the door. Tier 1Behavior
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Visual SupportsVisual reminders of schedules, upcoming events, and behavior expectationsTier 1/2BehaviorTime on task, organization
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Plan for Changes or Triggering Parts of the DayReminders and supports for changes in schedule. Remind student about the change and process what appropriate/expected behavior looks like.Tier 1/2Behavior
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Direct to the Calming SpaceIf the student shows precurser behaviors, in a calm voice direct them to take a calming break. Do not talk to the student until they are calm. Give them a clear direction in a calm, quite tone. When the student is calm, process with them. ***Calming Space expectations should be taught and practiced prior to student useTier 1Behavior
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Buddy ClassroomStudent is directed to a neighboring classroom to refocus away from classroom stimuli. Same expectations as classroom calming space.Tier 1Behavior
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Social Thinking MapA processing tool to support students in understanding how their behavior affects others and how behaviors make individuals feelTier 1/2BehaviorSample social thinking map
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Provide Attention for Wanted BehaviorsWhen a student is following directions and engaging in behavior we want to increase, provide praise, attention, and a token. Even if the behavior is small and something we think they should already be doing. Tier 1Behavior
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Guided Math - Small GroupFor students identified with marked difficulties/needing extension and have not responded to core extension/scaffolding. Instruction targeted to specific skill, knowledge, or strategy. Homogeneous small group instructionTier 2MathNumber sense, place value, operations/ numeracy, problem solving20-30 min2-4 daysSnappyMaths Assessments
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Core Instruction Math: Extension or ScaffoldingAdditional small group of individual instruction during core instruction time, differentiated to meet the needs of the student. May be advanced instruction with beyond grade level expectations, re-teaching of grade-level expectations, or instruction which addresses prerequisiste knowledge/skills/vocabulary in order to master content standardsTier 1MathNumber sense, place value, operations/ numeracy, problem solving10-20 min
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MobyMaxEnrichMathNumber sense, Computation20-30 min
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FrontRowEdTier 2Math
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Paired ReadingThe student reads aloud in tandem with an accomplished reader. At a student signal, the helping reader stops reading, while the student continues on. When the student commits a reading error, the helping reader resumes reading in tandem.Tier 1/2ReadingFluency15-20 min1-3 times per weekDIBLES/ Timed running record
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Reading Core Instruction: Extension or ScaffoldingAddition al small group or indvidual ubstruction during core instruction time, differentiated to meet the needs of the student. May be advanced instruction beyond grade level expectations, re-teaching of grade-level expectations, or instruction which addresses prerequisite knowledge/skill/vocaubulary in order to master content standards.Tier 1ReadingAll skills
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Orton-Gillingham Method of Reading InstructionThis theory combines multisensory techniques along with the structure of the English language. Those items taught include: phonemes and morphemes, such as prefixes, suffixes, and roots. Common spelling rules are introduced as well. Multi-sensory education incorporates the three learning pathways, which are: auditory, kinesthetic, and visual. Tier 3ReadingPhonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension30 minutes/day4 days per week for 9 - 18 weeksOrton-Gillingham resources
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Guided Writing Based upon diagnostic data, systematic, strategic, explicit instruction in a focused area of instruction provided by a highly qualified teacher. No more than 3 students/group.Tier 3WritingAll skills45-60 minutes/day2-3 days/weekLucy Caulkins writing rubric
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Guided Writing For students identified with marked difficulties/needing extension and have not responded to core extension/scaffolding. Instruction targeted to a specific skills, knowledge, or strategy. Homogenous small group instruction up to 5 students/group. Tier 2WritingAll skills20 - 30 minutes/day3 - 4 days/week for 9 - 10 weeksLucy Caulkins writing rubric
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Core Instruction WritingAdditional small group of individual instruction during core instruction time,differentiated to meet the needs of the student. May be advanced instruction with beyond grade level expectations, re-teaching of grade-level expectations, or instruction which addresses prerequisiste knowledge/skills/vocabulary in order to master content standardsTier 1WritingAll skillsLucy Caulkins writing rubric
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Pre-Teach Replacement Behaviors Teach alternative behaviors to your classroom. EX. When feeling upset deep breathing, or saying 1,2,3 come see me
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Response CostResponse Cost is the term used for removing reinforcement for an undesirable or disruptive behavior. By removing something (a preferred item, access to reinforcement) you decrease the likelihood that the target behavior will appear again. It is often used with a token economy, and is best used when a student understands the implications.Tier 1/2
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Behavior ChecklistIdentifying a behavior you want to see increse and reinforcing that behavior in various ways. The behavior checklist reminds you to provide reinforcment for that behaivor and will increase the behavior targeted
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Token Economy
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ClassDojoAn online tool used to reinforce positive behavior and track positive/negative behavior. Data can be shared with parents.Tier 1/2/3ClassDojo.com
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