The process to identify and help a struggling student (observe students in…
The process to identify and help a struggling student
observe students in class and document signs of struggle
Does the student have test anxiety and/or perform poorly on standardized and other tests?
Does the student avoid reading independently or reading aloud?
Is there a significant difference in student's abilities in different subjects?
Is student reading and/or writing below grade average?
Has the student's vision and/or hearing been eliminated as a source of learning difficulties?
Does the student exhibit different behaviors (acting out or withdraw) due to frustration with reading or handwritten assignments?
Does the student exhibit attention deficit in the classroom but can work on the computer (or video games) for extended periods of time?
teachers of other subjects
Referral or request for evaluation
: A school professional may ask that a child be evaluated to see if he or she has a disability.
waiting for the eligibility of the student for services
contact with parents on a weekly basis about the action plans for their children
Progresses are measured and reviewed
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applying common techniques for helping struggling students, e.g. differentiated instruction, scaffolding, graphic organization, mnemonics, and multisensory Instruction and etc..
Eligibility is decided
Carrying out IEP
modify the abovementioned differentiated techniques