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It's About Intervention

IT’S ABOUT INTERVENTION:

The signature component of the Flex Mod schedule is the inclusion of something called Personalized Learning Time.  Each content area teacher will have the discretion for scheduling this time each week in order to meet the needs of individual students.

Just like the words say, this time is designed to meet the personalized needs of each student.  Personalized Learning Time will look different for each and every student, as this time is designed for the students to get what they need, thus making time serve the student. For some students, this will be time for them to work on the class work they have been assigned with the expert in the room to help and to answer questions.  For other students, this is a time for them to dig more deeply into concepts and content that is of high interest to them. Students will all have the opportunity and guidance to get what they need.

One of these needs is intervention.  Teachers offer many opportunities for students to show what they are getting...and what they are missing...through formative assessments.  Formative assessments are assessments designed to give the teacher feedback on who is getting it, and who needs a little extra help -- thus, intervention.  

Personalized Learning Time gives teachers the time to meet the needs of these students who just are not getting it during the initial instruction.  Based on the formative assessment evidence, the teacher will meet with students individually or in small, targeted groups for re-teaching. This is all done during Personalized Learning Time, within the time allotted for that class during the week, offered flexibly each week; time meeting the needs of the students.

It's About Intervention

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