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FRAMEWORK for Meeting the Needs of EACH LEARNER…
which is built upon RESPONSE TO INVENTION body of research.
Who are our learners?
School Wide Structures
Class Wide Structures
Small Group Instruction with the SBT
Are our structures and resources supporting student achievement for each learner?
Faye Brownlie and Randy Cranston
One of the parameters of this project is collaboration:
A focus on support (LA/resource,teacher-librarian, Aboriginal Support, etc.) teachers working in the classroom, with the teacher.
It focuses on the ongoing context for learning for the students, not just the specific remediation of skills removed from the learning context of the classroom
By sharing our collective knowledge about the whole class and developing a plan of action based on this, we can better meet the needs of all students.
When intervention is focused on classroom support it improves each student’s ability and opportunity to learn effectively/successfully in the classroom.
Is this the best approach to maximize student learning:
Is it OK to …
Is this the most effective use of teacher time to support the mutually agreed upon goals of student learning?
…most frequently done, least planning
Both teachers take about half the class and teach the same thing.
* NOT paper and pencil practice groups…teaching/thinking
Writing: 1 teacher works with whole class prewriting and drafting, small groups of 3-4 students meet with 1 teacher to conference
Reading: everyone’s reading. Large group - teacher moving from student to student listening to short oral reads. Small group - 2 to 3 students being supported to use specific reading strategies
Math: large group using manipulatives to represent shapes, small groups, rotating with other teacher, using iPads to take pictures of shapes in the environment