The Process to Identify and Help a Struggling Student (ways to identify a…
The Process to Identify and Help a Struggling Student
ways to identify a struggling student
formative and summative assessment
Students who may be emotionally or academically disengaged or below standard output level.
Students who have been given differentiated work, small group or 1-1 interventions and continue to struggle with retaining information
Strategies to help a struggling student
2rd step :explode:: If the problems are more serious and little progress was shown, I will inform the student life directive and student affairs directive, the school counsels, the school learning team to get support and help for the students.
:!: If consulting an expert, doctor or psychologist is needed， I will suggest the students to do it and I will try to find solutions with the school learning support team based on the diagnosis from the expert, doctor or psychologist.
Students are placed into small groups
Modified tasks and differentiation;
Mixed means of engagement to fit student need and student learning style (kinesthetic, linguistic, visual, etc.)
Involve parents in helping struggling students;
Consistent communication and
Formative and summative feedback to the child and parents.
In-class support by providing an additional teacher to my class
consistent communication with the parents
Contact special education teacher and grade team leader for better solutions and support from the school to help the students
The student distracts other students in the class.