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Enhancing instructional problem solving : an efficient system for assisting struggling learners

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Guilford practical intervention in the schools series, The Guilford Press, New York (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LC4705 .B45 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9680978

Keywords:

Learning disabled children--Education, Remedial teaching, Response to intervention (Learning disabled children)

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction to the systems-oriented plan for academic achievement -- SOPAA key definitions, history, components, and roles -- Preliminary considerations for SOPAA implementation -- Initial steps of the TAPS process: requests for academic support and preparation for the intervention planning meeting -- Secondary steps of the TAPS process: intervention planning, follow-ups, and summative reviews of interventions effectiveness -- Assessment for instruction -- Maximizing implementation through targeted professional development -- Maximizing intervention delivery through recruiting and raining school volunteers -- Obtaining support for the SOPAA through effective communication with school leaders -- Obtaining nd sustaining support for the SOPAA through effective communication with teachers -- Using the SOPAA with multidisciplinary co-facilitators -- Evidence-based and learner-verified intervention programs in reading, mathematics, and writing -- Case illustrations of SOPAA implementation -- USing the SOPAA to support graduate students' training and applied experiences in schools.; Summary: This book presents a schoolwide model of instructional support designed to make the most of available time, resources, and personnel--one that is also fully compatible with other problem-solving models, such as response to intervention. The authors provide a comprehensive and cohesive framework for linking assessment and intervention. They show how to interweave evidence-based instruction with targeted professional development and other components that support improved learning outcomes for all K-8 students. --from publisher description

Publication Language:

eng