Identify and help a struggling student, - Coggle Diagram
Identify and help a struggling student
Signs of struggling student
barely follow direction
cant stay on task
Difficult to stay on task
Lack of self motivation
lack of self control
Takes longer time to finish work
Difficulty in focussing on task or at claaroom
kinda static( Hand on ): Using his senses
Quizzes & assessments grade from previous years
Communicate with grade level team
Communicate with school counselor
Talk to student if he's older that 7 years
Communicate with his parents
Follow RTI process
Tier 1:High-Quality Core Instruction
all students receive instruction within an evidence-based, scientifically researched core program.
Tier 2:Some Risk
consists of children who fall below the expected levels of accomplishment and are at some risk for academic/behavior failure. The needs of these students are identified through the assessment process, data dialogues, and PLC conversations.
Tier 3 students with ILP. or who need to be successful may be students needs to sit with the teacher one to one.
Communicate with Admin for further assessments (IQ tests, Behavioral assessment)
Professional Learning Community (PLC) process
Response to Intervention (RtI) process
“Students get what they need when they need it.” Without a lot of barriers and labels.
the Response to Intervention (RtI) model to address student performance and growth.
RtI provides a framework for PLCs to structure interventions and discussions concerning students.
RtI holds the promise of ensuring that all children have access to high-quality instruction and that struggling learners – including those with learning disabilities – are identified, supported, and served early and effectively.
Collect data for assessments, teacher teams, and admin meet to look at the overall grade-level data. Check the strengths and areas of need as a grade level by math and reading strands.
In my school we use student-focused Round Table process. This is the recognition that there may be issues surrounding a child’s learning and/or behavior that require the collective attention of a group of educators (specialist and generalist alike) and may include the parents and/or student.
Students Success program
My School provides SSP for Tier 3 students may need small instructional groups. These groups focus on the targeted components of reading, writing, math, content, and/or behavioral
work in small groups
Giving students extra time to finish assignments
Accommodation vs modifications
Allow students to use technology & allow students to communicate or respond in task orally instead of writing.
Instructions & clear directions in classroom
Staff Writers (Ed.). (2020, November 7). Successful Strategies for Teaching and Supporting Students with Disabilities [Fact sheet]. Successful Strategies for Teaching and Supporting Students with Disabilities. Retrieved April 8, 2021, from
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