To add an intervention to a student, select “Interventions” from the “Dashboard.”
Select a “Student Name” from the drop-down menu. The “Grade” and “School Name” auto-fill based upon the student selection.
Enter a “Reason For Intervention” and an “Area For Improvement,” indicated by a red arrow.
Click the drop-down to the right of “Intervention” and select from the “Type,” “Area,” and “Category” filters, indicated by orange arrows, to narrow the list of intervention programs. Select the desired “Intervention Program” from the list below.
Briefly describe the “Goal of Intervention”.
List the “Progress Tool” being used to measure the success of the intervention, and the “Student Target” which is the goal the student is anticipated to reach.
Enter the minimum and maximum “Measurement Range Values” for the “Progress Tool.”
Enter the “Frequency” and “Duration” of the intervention.
Click the drop-down to the right of “Select Teacher Assigning” to select the name of the teacher assigning the intervention, or type the assigning teacher’s name in the field below.
Click the drop-down to the right of “Select Teacher Responsible” to select the name of the teacher overseeing or monitoring the intervention, or type the responsible teacher’s name in the field below.
Click the drop-down to the right of “Secondary Staff” to select the name of a secondary staff member associated with the intervention, if applicable.
Click the menu icon to the right of “Start Date” and “End Date” to select the intervention start and end dates.
Click the drop-down to the right of “RTI (Response to Intervention)” and select the RTI level from the drop-down menu.
Click the drop-down to the right of “Status” to select the status of the intervention – In Progress, Completed, or Pending – from the drop-down menu.
Select the “Result” from the drop-down menu to state the effectiveness of the intervention.
Enter a description of the “Evidence” to support the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of the intervention in the field indicated by a red arrow.
Click “Create” to complete the creation of the intervention.