What we'll cover

Campuses accommodate a wide range of student abilities in their classrooms. As students struggle with learning, teachers and PLCs need structures and strategies to meet the unique learning needs of particular students. In this class, campus leaders and teacher leaders learn how to leverage local assessment data in the moment, at the end of instruction, and over time to plan intervention that supports all students. We will explore the intervention concept of “pulling the string” and how it can ensure that no one goes backwards.

What you will learn:

  • Use data to inform areas for intervention
  • Explore the lead4ward Intervention Subcluster Tool
  • Review the lead4ward Field Guides and their role in intervention
  • Connect the process and content standards to assessment
  • Facilitate student goal setting and monitoring
  • Use instructional strategies to check for understanding

Your solution for:

  • Understanding the role intervention plays before, during, and after instruction
  • Addressing intervention in the general classroom at a subcluster level
  • Identifying manageable ways to respond to all kids that need intervention

Audience: For campus teams:

  • leadership team (principal and teacher leaders) OR
  • PLC (principal and a selected PLC)

Date: Wednesday, August 7 - 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Cost: $185 - lunch included 

Location: Harris County Department of Education - North Post Oak Building - 6005 Westview Dr, Houston, TX 77055